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Below are the most recent DePorres Pages Homilies.

The End is Near

The End is Near

Readings for Today The readings for today signify the change that happens in the last week of the liturgical year. They turn a little more harsh. They focus on last things. The judgement is coming. We are told to think about our lives and what they mean. And while there is the comfort of God’s […]
What does it all mean?

What does it all mean?

Readings for Today One of the greatest books ever written was Man’s Search for Meaning, by Austrian Psychologist and Doctor, Viktor Frankl. The first half of the book is a recounting of Frankl’s experience in a German concentration camp. As a keen observer of humans, Frankl became interested in trying to determine how it was […]
What does it all mean?

What does it all mean?

Readings for Today One of the greatest books ever written was Man’s Search for Meaning, by Austrian Psychologist and Doctor, Viktor Frankl. The first half of the book is a recounting of Frankl’s experience in a German concentration camp. As a keen observer of humans, Frankl became interested in trying to determine how it was […]
Are you all in?

Are you all in?

Readings for Today Are you all in? That is an interesting expression to describe when we hold nothing back. While it is often used in an athletic context, it can also mean any part of our lives where we need to give our all to something.  In both readings, it is the widow who is […]
If you build it

If you build it

Readings for Today I am amazed at the vision and skill of architects. When I was president of a high school, there was an addition built on the school. Looking at the empty space above the existing building where the addition was to go, I simply could not imagine what I was told would be […]
Are you all in?

Are you all in?

Readings for Today Are you all in? That is an interesting expression to describe when we hold nothing back. While it is often used in an athletic context, it can also mean any part of our lives where we need to give our all to something.  In both readings, it is the widow who is […]
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