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Come visit our place of comfort and peace during these chaotic times. Enjoy the words of Father Richard Mangini, a Catholic priest and beloved retired pastor of Saint Bonaventure Catholic Community in Concord, California.

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13th Sunday in Ordinary Time: Jesus frees us to be our best self

June 26, 2022 (First homily before Supreme Court Decision) Have you heard the expression: “You said a mouthful?”  It refers to someone who speaks an obvious and worthwhile truth – like the Scripture we have heard today.  So, let’s review each passage.  First reading: 1 Kings 19 The prophets Elijah and Elisha.  Neither wanted GodContinue reading 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time: Jesus frees us to be our best self

Holy Trinity Sunday: “I want to encourage you not to get stuck in spiritual mud”

June 12, 2022 (Second version) What do we say about God today?  A Holy Trinity!  But what does that mean?  I have never understood or appreciated the philosophical or theological writings of the Middle Ages, of the scholastics, and personally, I don’t have to understand the great mystery of who God is. What is importantContinue reading “Holy Trinity Sunday: “I want to encourage you not to get stuck in spiritual mud””

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