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After taking some time to sort out its proper pronunciation, Michael Renninger says, “Saint Paul’s letter to Philemon is the shortest book in the Bible. It has only 25 verses. In this short letter, Paul...
“Today’s Gospel lesson, Luke 12:49-56, is hard! Jesus asks, ‘Did you think I came to bring peace to the earth?’ Well, yes, Jesus, yes, I did. You are the Prince of Peace. I don’t like...
“On Easter Sunday someone usually says, ‘Christ is risen!’ and everyone else says, ‘Christ is risen indeed!’  But some people have a hard time with the Resurrection: they have a hard time believing it actually...
“Love your enemies. Do good to those who hate you. Bless those who curse you. Pray for those who abuse you.” These words from today’s passage, Luke 6:27-38, are probably the most “radical, ridiculous, and...
Father Michael Renninger, pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Richmond, Virginia begins today’s sermon, “Doing It Right,” with a story about a classmate he and his fellow seminarians disliked. He said, “When she showed...
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