Monthly Archives: December 2014

Holy Innocents

“Herod the Great, the Governor of Galilee, was an Idumean Jew whom History describes as an extremely cruel man: he was a man who killed several of his wives and his own sons when he suspected they were plotting against … Continue reading

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Christmas

Merry Christmas, everybody, great to see everybody tonight. Christmas is my favorite holy day, really; I love the lights and the greens and how the city looks all decorated. I love watching Santa roll past on the firetruck, which in … Continue reading

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Advent 4

Every year around this time I like to remind myself and the world that Christmas is not the feast of the Incarnation, but rather the feast of the Nativity. Jesus was born on Christmas, but He incarnated, took flesh, on … Continue reading

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Advent 3

I had the honor of officiating at the wedding of Jeff and Melissa Kotora just a couple hours ago (yesterday afternoon), and while Jeff and Melissa were in the late planning stages for their wedding, they seemed to be calm … Continue reading

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Advent 2

  There was a moment a few weeks ago when I just couldn’t take it anymore. I broke down; resistance became futile, and I order the Jersey Sweet Corn Mac & Cheese at Oliver. Chef Matt classifies his Macaroni and … Continue reading

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