Author: frjustinhuang

Having Compassion on Yourself and Others

When I was 25, volunteering at St. Joseph’s Medical Centre in New York, I always…


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Living From an Overflowing Tank

Robert Morris once thought of his life’s mission as refuelling others: his wife, children, his…


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Boasting of Our Weaknesses

We’ve just started our annual Sabbath Summer season at St. Anthony’s, and here are my…


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Spending Money on Mission

As mentioned two weeks ago, today we’re going to re-examine our financial generosity, because that’s…


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Truth or Trendiness

I’d like to talk about the current situation surrounding the Kamloops Indian Residential School with…


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Seeing Life as a Mission

Given that we’re celebrating the solemnity of our patron, St. Anthony, today’s homily is about…


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Giving the Body for Others

I’ve never forgotten what the spiritual writer, Kimberly Hahn, said about the C-section scars on…


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It Matters That God is Called ‘Father’

Why is God called ‘Father’?  Can He be called ‘Mother’?  In the Second Reading, we see an…


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Learning from the Best

St. Teresa of Avila, a 16th century Spanish nun, writes about seven mansions of the spiritual life.  Describing…


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The Root of Our Sins

A famous priest, Fr. Mark Toups, teaches about spiritual healing using an apple and a…


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