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30th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013

My brothers and sisters in Christ, We are heading to November.  By observing the nature, we see a lot of falling leaves.  Most trees are standing still but show no green.  The wind blows the leaves creating a gentle noise that remind us slow down and take things easy.  I have been in the United States twenty years.  November is …

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29th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013

The late Pope John Paul II said, “To pray the Rosary is to hand over our burdens to the merciful hearts of Christ and his Mother.” I grew up in a rural countryside in Vietnam.  In the morning I got up early to go to church for daily Mass.  The first Mass was for adult at 4am and 5am was …

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27th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013

My brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus, October is always a special month for me to remember that 24 years ago myself and my siblings with others; 58 of us were confined ourselves in a bottom of a river boat escaped Vietnam on the south Pacific Ocean finally reached Galang Refugee Camp in Indonesia.  In my pocket at the time …

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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013

My brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus, We begin the fall which I see the leaves changing theirs color and they look so beautiful.  They are God’s creation for us.  Evermore beautifully if this Fall we have opportunity to invite many joining the Catholic faith.  In God’s will, he wants everyone following him.  At St. Boni and St. Mary Czestochowa …

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