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Thursday of the Second Week of Easter

It is difficult to accept that the Peter we know in the Gospels is the same Peter in today’s first reading who now flouts the same people who had condemned Jesus to death. In comparing the Peter before Pentecost with the Peter after the ancestry of the Holy spirit, we realize what the Holy spirit […]

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A Better Cornerstone

Matthew 21:33 -4 6 The last-place several weeks have been a whirlwind of the actions of our message reads. After Jesus’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem and purging of the Temple( which we strangely skipped over ), he has entered the locus of superpower and engages in direct schism with those who would disavow his authority […]