Daily Archives: December 9, 2012

Authentic Democracy

Here is something our elected leaders need to remember. “An authentic democracy… is the fruit of a convinced acceptance of the values that inspire democratic principles: the dignity of every human person, the respect of human rights, commitment to the … Continue reading

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A Reflection on the Meaning of Death

I am reflecting on the meaning of death in recent days. In our parishes this past week there have been many individuals who are either on hospice, were recently diagnosed with serious illness, or who have died. I have also … Continue reading

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The New Look

After 1667 posts and nearly 660,000 visits, I have decided to change the theme page on this weblog. Thanks to WordPress, Catholic Faith and Reflections now has a new header depicting the baldichino and altar of St. Peter’s Basilica, a place dear … Continue reading

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Deacon Bob’s Homily for the Second Sunday of Advent – Cycle C

Here is my homily for the 2nd Sunday of Advent. May God bless you all. Audio: 2nd Sunday of Advent – Cycle C Text: 2nd Sunday of Advent – Cycle C  December 8/9, 2012  Baruch 5: 1-9; Phil 1:4, 8-11; Lk … Continue reading

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