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June 4th, 2023

Feast of the Trinity This weekend, the scriptures and the Church invite us to reflect on God’s very identity, its mystery, its power and its gift. There are so many analogies for our belief in the Trinity, telling us that God is three persons yet one God. As we get swallowed up in the mystery […]

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Last week I concluded my article with the invitation/challenge to connect the Feast of the Ascension with the Pentecost event that we mark this week.  The Ascension drama occurred forty days after Jesus rose from the dead.  Consistently the number forty is used to mark a long period.  The chosen people journeyed through the desert

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May 14th, 2023

Mom My mom, Pat Keehan, was one of the sweetest people you will ever meet. Not only is that my biased opinion, but countless people relay that same sentiment, even now years after her passing and countless times when she was alive. One of my grammar school classmates, Cathy Cormier (now Hughes), and her husband

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May 7th, 2023

Ignatian Retreat I will be participating in a 30-Day Silent Directed Retreat from Saturday, June 24 until Monday, July 24 at the Jesuit Retreat House in Sedalia, Colorado near Denver. I will be leaving Inverness on Friday, June 23 returning to the parish on or near Tuesday, August 1. The retreat is the Spiritual Exercises

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April 23 2023

We shift gears a bit this weekend. The Gospel we hear comes from Luke instead of John. The entire Gospel of Luke is written as a journey TOWARDS Jerusalem. The geographic journey moves hand in hand with the unfolding of both the identity and the mission of Jesus. The Gospel is a story that peaks

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