Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

Thirteen hours out of the house, 400+ miles driven, two Masses celebrated, two sermons delivered, one young woman confirmed, one Cursillo weekend closed, several people greeted, hugged, or smiled at–all in a day’s work, and I like it that way. Being who I am, I had a homily for today’s propers “in the can” before the horrible event of this past week, but it was not hard to work it in as an example of the storm of Chaos and Evil that surrounds us, and into which Jesus speaks, “Peace. Be still.”

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