Pentecost

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Originally delivered on June 7, 1992

Readings: Acts of the Apostles 2:1-11; Paul to the Corinthians 12:3-7, 12-13; John 20:19-23

Fr. Healy reminds us that we have already received the Holy Spirit.  Perhaps not in the wind or the fire, but in the light and life of the diversity of our sisters and brothers.  Indeed, there are people throughout the world waiting for the fire within us to make a difference in their lives.  He reminds us of political events in Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Thailand, Cambodia, China, and Haiti where people are waiting for the power of the Holy Spirit.  The message of Pentecost is not to be still and wait for God to save, but rather that we must be fire on the earth.

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