Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Lent 4 “C”

    Posted on March 31, 2019 by in Reflections on Sunday Gospels

    From Lost to the Loving Father Introduction:  Today’s Gospel story is the focus of this Sunday.  It is a story about a family.  It appears to be a single parent family (the mother is not mentioned).  It is difficult to know how long a time span it took for this story to take place.  It is a familiar story that […]

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  • Lent 3 “C”

    Posted on March 20, 2019 by in Reflections on Sunday Gospels

    Renewing graces. Introduction:  There is much to reflect on in this Sunday’s readings.  The first reading has the “burning bush” experience of Moses and Moses’ call.  The second reading reminds us that the signs given to the People in their Exodus experience didn’t touch some Israelites.  The same thing can happen to us.  In the Gospel we hear three different […]

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  • 2nd Sunday of Lent C

    Posted on March 11, 2019 by in Reflections on Sunday Gospels

    LENT 2 ‘C’ Cross bearing and glory glimpsing Introduction:  This is Transfiguration Sunday,  there was a change in Jesus appearance, we must change more than appearances in our conversion process. Homily: God promises Abram descendants as numerous as the stars.  He also promises the Land. Paul tells the Philippians and us, “He will change our lowly body to […]

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  • 1st Sunday Lent C

    Posted on March 11, 2019 by in Reflections on Sunday Gospels

    LENT      After 15 years as founder and director of the Mexican American Cultural Center in San Antonio, Virgilio Elizondo  went on to be pastor of San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio (I think the oldest cathedral in the U.S.)  He says: “As one parishioner told me, ‘I like to come to San Fernando because in hearing the words […]

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