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Offer Him Yourself
Epiphany of the Lord Fr. James Misko, Pastor So who were they anyway?  Matthew doesn’t tell us.  We presume there were three because they brought three gifts.  We also don’t know exactly what they were.  Where they Magi - kings - astrologers - wise men?  We...

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God is Here
Christmas 2016 Fr. James Misko, Pastor Tonight God is here .  All week long… amidst decorating for Christmas… running the gauntlet of Burnet Road to Lamar to 183… from Target to HEB to the Arboretum… all week I’ve been wondering what I might say to you toni...

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To Whom Do You Belong, God or The World?
The Solemnity of Christ the King Fr. James Misko, Pastor A few weeks back I asked a profoundly simple question:   to whom do you belong, God or the World ?  Maybe more than any other question in the human experience… a deeper question than what career in wh...

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The Paradox of our Time
33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time Fr. James Misko, Pastor I don’t know about you… but I can’t remember the last time I’ve experienced a plague here in Austin.  And I don’t ever recall an earthquake bringing down the DKR Memorial Stadium down on the forty acres. ...

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They Were Truly Free!
32nd Sunday Ordinary Time Fr. James Misko, Pastor How can we begin to put our hands around this amazing story… our first reading from the book of Maccabees?  It’s unfortunate that in our version only a portion of the story is told.  If you go to 2nd Maccabe...

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Things Aren’t Always What They Seem
31st Sunday Ordinary Time Fr. James Misko, Pastor There’s a wonderful story about two travelling angels who had stopped to spend the night in the home of a wealthy family.  The story goes that the family was very rude to the angles and refused to let them s...

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True Self vs. False Self
30th Sunday of Ordinary Time Fr. James Misko, Pastor R eally when you think about it… your life right now… your vocation… your profession… your relationships… your hobbies… your hopes and dreams… your fears… your joys… all of it… when you think about it… th...

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Who do you need to thank today for your own sake?
28th Sunday of Ordinary Time Fr. James Misko, Pastor Meister Eckhart was a Dominican friar who lived in the 12th century who once wrote… if the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you it will be enough .   Today I want to talk about gratit...

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