Monthly Archives: November 2014

You Took Care of Me… Mt 25:31-46 — Nov 23, 2014

Main theme: “You took care of me”… Jesus declared his identification with human suffering, and presents us with a challenge that we should not look the other way. Today is the Feast of Christ the King.  But what kind of … Continue reading

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Expecting the Unexpected — Mt 25:14-30 — Nov 16, 2014

Expecting the Unexpected Mt 25:14-30 I saw a TED video (http://www.ted.com/talks/matt_cutts_try_something_new_for_30_days) featuring Matt Cutts speaking on the subject of 30-day challenges, and how they had deeply affected his life.  One example was his writing a novel in 30 days, by … Continue reading

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An Unfinished Life — Mt 25:1-13 The Ten Bridesmaids — Sun Nov 9, 2014

An Unfinished Life — Sun Nov 9 2014 — The Ten Bridesmaids Recently I saw the acclaimed movie, An Unfinished Life starring Robert Redford, Morgan Freeman and Jennifer Lopez.  The movie describes the situation of a man who cannot get over the untimely … Continue reading

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Remembering What’s Most Important — Mt 23:3 — Sunday Nov 2, 2014

The 1999 Academy Award winning movie Cider House Rules directed by Lasse Hallström starred Charlize Theron and Michael Caine.  The book (by John Irving) and the movie dealt with ways in which rules imposed by the authorities sometimes cannot be, or … Continue reading

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