11th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Readings: Ezekial 17: 22-24; Corinthians 5:6-10; Mark 4: 26-34

Originally delivered on June 16, 1991

In this week’s homily, Fr. Healy tells us a bit about his time teaching high school in Chicago and his time at a conference of the Holy Ghost Fathers. We are invited to remember that God is the source of all life and that His will shall be done with us or in spite of us.  The Kingdom of God is being achieved in our midst. We’re further invited to remember those that have gone before us in the fight for the realization of the Kingdom of God here on Earth and to feel their fear.  Let us gain hope in that our voices of dissent might be heard. We must also trust that God will see to our future.

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