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Conscious: A Reflection for Holy Cross Sunday

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Benedictine University and MySpiritualAdvisor.com's Mark Kurowski reflects on ISIL, those who say there is no good religion and raw power.  Does Jesus hanging on the Cross, "Holy Cross" in form our conception of power? Listen to this podcast of his reflection on the readings for 23rd Sunday of Ordinary Time to find out. Please read Ezekiel 33:7-9.  For Audio, "read more" below.  #GreatCatholicPreaching #Prayer #Sermons #Homilyhelper #ISIL #ConsciousnessofGod #Holiness #LoveAsPower

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Intervention: a Reflectionon Ezekiel 33:7-9

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Benedictine University and MySpiritualAdvisor.com's Mark Kurowski reflects on what it means to be sent by God to tell someone something they don't want to hear.  Does God want us to be hurt?  What does this have to do with shirts, ties and short stories?  Listen to this podcast of his reflection on the readings for 23rd Sunday of Ordinary Time to find out. Please read Ezekiel 33:7-9.  For Audio, "read more" below.  #GreatCatholicPreaching #Prayer #Sermons #Homilyhelper #Intervention #Holiness #GodsLove

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Complaints: A Reflection on Jeremiah 20:7-9

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Benedictine University and MySpiritualAdvisor.com's Mark Kurowski reflects on a real relationship with God.  Does God tolerate our complaining?  Do saints and holy people struggle with life, love, depression, suicide?  Is holiness for the few or the many?  Listen to this podcast of his reflection on the readings for 22nd Sunday of Ordinary Time to find out. Please read Jeremiah 20:7-9.  For Audio, "read more" below.  #GreatCatholicPreaching #Prayer #Sermons #Homilyhelper #Suicide #Holy #TheLittleFlower #GodWhereAreYou

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Unfathomable: A Reflection on Romans 11:33-36

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Benedictine University and MySpiritualAdvisor.com's Mark Kurowski reflects on the maddening way and the wonderful way in which God is incomprehensible.  This reflection is not about a God who is understandable, warm and fuzzy all the time.  Listen at your own risk of being inpired. Who knows the mind of God?  Listen to this podcast of his reflection on the readings for 21st Sunday of Ordinary Time to find out. Please read Romans 11:33-36.  For Audio, "read more" below.  #GreatCatholicPreaching #Prayer #Sermons #Homilyhelper #TwoSonsRoseWindow #JohnHenryCardinalNewman #GodOwesMeNothing

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Judgment: A Reflection on Matthew 15:21-28

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Benedictine University and MySpiritualAdvisor.com's Mark Kurowski reflects on the judgmental Christians, strippers, New Beginnings Church in Ohio and Larry.  Who has a right to faith?  Who knows the mind of God?  Listen to this podcast of his reflection on the readings for 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time to find out. Please read Matt. 15:21-28.  For Audio, "read more" below.  #GreatCatholicPreaching #Prayer #Sermons #Homilyhelper #CanaaniteNegro #LarrytheLoudMouth #WhoIsJudgedNow  #LordSaveMe

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"I have become acquainted with Mark Kurowski  and learned of his journey to the fullness of faith in the Catholic Church.  He gained a master's degree at the Divinity School of Duke University.  Then having been received into the Church he completed the theology studies for the priesthood at Mundelein Seminary of the Archdiocese of Chicago.  I have found his web site reflections solidly Catholic and helpful to all who are striving to follow the Gospel of Jesus Christ. "

Most Rev. James H. Garland, Bishop Emeritus of Marquette

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