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Amazed and Afraid
Hi Everyone! I hope you got something from watching episode one.  Bishop Barron (He
was just ordained a bishop last week!) is a very talented and knowledgeable theologian and has the ability to present the truths of the
faith in a way that is easy to unde...

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19th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Readings: 1Kings 19:4-8 Ephesians 4:30-5:2 John 6:41-51 It is often helpful to read the verses prior and the verses following the selection used at Sunday Mass to come to a better understanding as to what is happening. This is particularly true in this week...

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Coach Trip to Boston
You and your friends are invited to celebrate Spring  with  a CCGS coach trip to Boston on Wednesday, April 29. Although many passengers will be doing genealogical research, our destination of the New England Historic Genealogical Society on Newbury Street ...

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Tuesday February 17
Mass Readings: Genesis 6:5-8; 7:1-5, 10      Mark 8:14-21 What is the leaven that Jesus is warning us about? It is self-righteousness and self-gain. It is when the human person makes themselves the object of their hearts desire. The more they live for thems...

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January 6, 2015
Jn 4:7-10 Mk 6:34-44 Jesus' actions in the Gospel today remind us that while it is good to take care of our physical needs, we cannot ignore our spiritual needs.  He doesn't pity the crowd because of their lack of food. His pity is that they don't know what...

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Repentance and the New Evangelization
Psalm 15,
our reponse to the first reading, begins with verse 2.   In verse one we would read: “O Lord, who
shall sojourn in your tent? Who shall dwell on your holy mountain?” In verse 2
and 3 we get the response: “He who walks blamelessly and does justice;...

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Witnessing and Telling: the actions of a Christian
Yesterday’s Gospel presented us with a key component of the
Christian life: one of action.   It is not
possible to be a Christian without nurturing a relationship with Christ and
sharing our faith with others. This is emphasized today by the patron saint of...

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Living as Christ
This week we
have been challenged by the Scriptures to (in the words of St. Leo the Great) “surrender
to Christ”.   The Christian life is a
process of conversion of mind and heart, focusing totally on Christ. In this
process, we also continue to do the work...

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From the Pastor...
Dear Friends, It has been a very interesting week!   Monday, even though a holiday, was quite busy in the
morning.   In addition to the regular
7:30AM Mass, there was a funeral at 9AM and then the monthly Mass at Bourne
Manor.   Please keep in your prayers
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