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Are Hearts are...Gross? A Homily for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time?
The Portland Peninsula and
Island Parishes Homily for the Fifteenth Sunday
of the Year Cycle A Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou July 16, 2017 For
a long time now, heart disease has been the leading cause of death worldwide.
Coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathy, ...

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Rest from the Burden of Sin - A Homily for the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
The Portland Peninsula and
Island Parishes Homily for the Fourteenth
Sunday in Ordinary Time Cycle A Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou July 9, 2017 Have
you ever been so incredibly tired that all you wanted to do was just collapse
in utter exhaustion? Have you ever ...

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Complete Attachment to God - A Homily for the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
The Portland Peninsula and
Island Parishes Homily for the Thirteenth
Sunday of the Year Cycle A Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou July 2, 2017 I
have a question for you. It’s a simple question, but maybe the answer is not so
simple. Why are you here? Seriously.
Why ...

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“O Mary, We Crown Thee with Blossoms Today!” - A Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Easter
The Portland Peninsula and
Island Parishes Homily for the Fourth Sunday of
Easter Cycle A Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou May 7, 2017 Many
years ago, in the city of Alençon, France, a handsome watchmaker and a
beautiful lacemaker passed by each other on a bridge. ...

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“I am looking for someone to share in an adventure that I am arranging.” - A Homily for the Third Sunday of Easter
The Portland Peninsula and
Island Parishes Homily for the Third Sunday of
Easter Cycle A Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou April 30, 2017 By some curious chance one morning long
ago in the quiet of the world, when there was less noise and more green, and
the hobbits...

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Have Mercy on Us and on the Whole World - A Homily for the Second Sunday of Easter
The Portland Peninsula and
Island Parishes Homily for the Second Sunday of
Easter Cycle A Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou April 23, 2017 When
I was a kid, it was a firmly enforced rule that the majority of the time I had
to be outside. Unless I was doing homework,...

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“Sins are like grapes…they come in bunches.” - A Homily for the Third Sunday of Lent
The Portland Peninsula and
Island Parishes Homily for the Third Sunday of
Lent Cycle A Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou March 19, 2017 Several
years ago, one of the former rectors of my seminary gave a spiritual conference
to the seminarians that made such a lastin...

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Becoming Holy Fools - A Homily for the Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
The Portland Peninsula and
Island Parishes Homily for the Seventh Sunday
in Ordinary Time Cycle A Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou February 19, 2017 I’d
like to share with you the interesting story of Saint Simeon Salos. He was born
in the 6 th century in the city ...

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Preparing for the Race of Lent - A Sermon for Septuagesima Sunday
Saint Gregory the Great Latin
Mass Chaplaincy Cathedral of the
Immaculate Conception Portland, Maine Sermon for Septuagesima
Sunday Mass in the Extraordinary
Form of the Roman Rite Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou February 12, 2017 “Do you not know that those who r...

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The Usefulness of Salt and Light - A Homily for the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
The Portland Peninsula and
Island Parishes Homily for the Fifth Sunday in
Ordinary Time Cycle A Reverend Kyle L.
Doustou February 5, 2017 In
his great work Natural History , the
ancient Roman philosopher Pliny the Elder wrote, “Nothing is more useful than
s...
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