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Spiritual Paralysis

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Fr. Ted reminds us that, "Christ is always in front of us," and that spiritual healing is readily available.

The word “paralytic” comes from an ancient Greek word: one, para, which means “from,” and the second is luō and luō, the most common translation of that is “to loosen.” And yet, I was looking up that word and I found that in ancient times luō had many many other meanings as well. It wasn’t just “to loosen,” but it could be translated as “to be set free, to…

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Belief

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On St. Thomas Sunday, Fr. Ted reminds us that if we choose not to believe, no amount of miracles will convince us otherwise.

In today’s Gospel, a week after the Holy Resurrection of Christ, the greatest feast of all feasts, after we witnessed the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, we hear right away about doubting.  And it’s quite natural because always there will be doubts in our hearts and in our minds because we are human beings and we are weak.  And sometimes, the difficulties of life, and the fears of life get in our way, so we begin to doubt and to question,…

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Monday Night Bridegroom Service—Priests and Hypocrisy

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Fr. Ted reminds his fellow priests that they can easily fall into hypocrisy along with the Pharisees.

Tonight’s Gospel is perhaps one of the strongest and most accusing Gospels in Holy Week. We hear that Christ really gets into it with the Pharisees and the scribes, the so-called leaders of the faith at his time. He is really harsh with them. He is really critical. We never hear Christ speak like this in the Gospels. This is the only place where he calls them “serpents” and “vipers”, and he says, “Woe, to you, scribes, Pharisees…

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