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Trust and Mercy

Divine Mercy Sunday: Acts 4:32–35 1 John 5:1–6 John 20:19–31 (April 8, 2018; this homily is from April 7, 2002) Divine Mercy Sunday, 2018 By Deacon Lawrence N. Kaas April 8, 2018 (originally April 7, 2002) 20 years ago we … Continue reading

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The Best News Ever

We remembered our Lord’s execution on Friday. After Jesus was dead, Joseph of Arimathea asked Pilate for the body. He and another man wrapped the body of Jesus in a burial cloth and spices, placing it in a nearby tomb. … Continue reading

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Choosing Light or Darkness

I will live forever. Whether that’s good news or bad news is up to me. I’d say ‘it depends on me,’ but that’s not quite true. What I decide and do matters. But having an unending life in God’s presence … Continue reading

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Being Evangelical

I’m a Christian. I take my faith seriously. That’s why I think part of my job is evangelizing. Which doesn’t necessarily mean I’m an evangelist. For some folks, an evangelist is someone like Saints Mark, Luke and John. “The Evangelist” … Continue reading

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