Msgr. Owen Campion

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Msgr. Owen Campion is a retired priest from the diocese of Tennesee currently serving the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend at St. Peter and Paul Parish in Huntington.

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True discipleship is concerned with service to the poor

Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 9:30-37  The Book of Wisdom furnishes the first reading for this weekend. This book was written in an effort to say that being faithful […]

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Discipleship means denying oneself and taking up the cross

Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 8:27-35  The last and third section of the Book of Isaiah provides the first reading for this weekend in Ordinary Time. This passage is […]

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Sin is our burden, but God’s forgiveness heals

Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 7:31-37  The first reading for this weekend, from the Book of Isaiah, speaks of the blind, the deaf and the lame. Today’s culture is […]

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Welcome the Word that has been planted within you

Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23 The Book of Deuteronomy provides this weekend’s first reading. In this reading, Moses presents to the people the revelation that he […]

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Each of us must decide whether to accept Jesus, or reject Him

Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time John 6:60-69 The Book of Joshua, the source for this weekend’s first reading, looks at the period in the history of God’s people when Joshua […]

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Mary knew that through Christ, salvation had come to all

Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Luke 1:39-56 The Book of Revelation supplies the first reading on this feast of the Assumption of Mary. Some Catholics remember […]

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Peace and everlasting life are found in Jesus

Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time John 6:41-51 The First Book of Kings provides this weekend’s Liturgy of the Word with its first biblical reading. As the name implies, the kings […]

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Jesus is the bread of life, given to us and for us

Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time John 6:24-35 The Book of Exodus provides us with the first reading in this weekend’s Liturgy of the Word. As the name implies, this book […]

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Jesus is the source of our sustenance

Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time John 6:1-15  The Second Book of Kings is the source of this weekend’s first biblical reading. The two books of Kings originally were one volume. […]

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The Lord, our shepherd, cares for us

Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 6:30-34 The Book of Jeremiah is the source of this weekend’s first reading. One of the three major prophets of ancient Israel, Jeremiah so […]

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God has chosen us to share in His power and eternal life

Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 6:7-13  The Book of Amos is the source of this weekend’s first reading. Amos is one of the relatively few prophets of whom something […]

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The divine power of healing rests in Jesus

Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 5:21-43  The Book of Wisdom is the source of the first reading. When this book originally was written, the plight of God’s people was […]