Monthly Archives: October 2016

“Out on a Limb (Luke 19: 1-10)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Fr. Jim introduces us to Zacchaeus, the tax collector. Because he was short in stature, Zacchaeus climbed a tree in order to be able to see Jesus. As Jesus passed by, He called to Zacchaeus to climb down. Jesus then … Continue reading

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“Humility (Luke 18: 9-14)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Fr. Jim continues sharing the parables in the Gospel of Luke. This one highlights “The Pharisee and the Tax Collector.” Although the Pharisee followed all of the Jewish laws, he was filled with self-righteousness holding everyone else in contempt. He … Continue reading

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“Pray Pray Pray (Luke 18: 1-8)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Fr. Jim continues sharing the parables from the Gospel of Luke. The parable this Sunday is often referred to as “The Corrupt Judge” but as Fr. Jim likes to call it, “The Persistent Widow.” ┬áThis parable shows us the incredible … Continue reading

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“Attitude of Gratitude (Luke 17: 11-19)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Fr. Jim shares the Gospel of Luke about Jesus’ healing of the 10 lepers. ┬áJesus meets these lepers on his way back to Jerusalem, knowing what He is about to face; his own death. All ten beg Jesus for help, … Continue reading

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