Msgr. Owen Campion

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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Jesus is our only access to true and eternal life

Second Sunday In Lent Luke 9:28b-36 The Book of Genesis is the source of the first reading. It is a story about Abraham, whom the Jews regarded, and still regard, […]

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Return to God and repel sin, as Jesus did

First Sunday of Lent Luke 4:1-13 The Book of Deuteronomy provides the first reading for this first Sunday of Lent. Deuteronomy recalls the flight of the Hebrews from Egypt, where […]

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A life lived in the Lord will bear good fruit

Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 6:39-45 The Book of Sirach is the source of the first reading. Sirach does not appear in the King James, or Authorized, Version of […]

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Love and compassion for all is essential to discipleship

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 6:27-38 The first book of Samuel supplies the first reading this weekend. Originally this book, and its companion, the Second Book of Samuel, were […]

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The blessed are those who trust on the Lord

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 6:17, 20-26 For its first reading, this weekend’s liturgy presents a selection from the Book of Jeremiah. Jeremiah must have been intense in his […]

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Each person who hears the word of Christ has a holy task

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 5:1-11 The Book of Isaiah is the source of the first reading this weekend. It was composed in a time when tranquility prevailed in […]

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If we are in the Lord, those who fight against us will not prevail

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 4:21-30 The Book of Jeremiah is the source of this weekend’s first reading. Regarded as one of the major Hebrew prophets because of the […]

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Salvation, unfolding in Jesus, is the gift of God’s love

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 1:1-14, 4:14-21 The Book of Nehemiah furnishes the first reading for this weekend. At one time, in the Hebrew editions of the Bible, this […]

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Mary shows us how to follow and trust the Lord

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time John 2:1-11 The Book of Isaiah furnishes this weekend’s first reading. When this third section of Isaiah was written, the Hebrew people had just emerged […]

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Jesus is the instrument of God’s love for us

Feast of the Baptism of the Lord Luke 3:15-16, 21-22 The feast of the Baptism of the Lord is very important to the Church’s process of bringing us to Christ. […]

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Christ guides us all to the ‘land of perfect day’

Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord Matthew 2:1-12 This weekend the Church celebrates the ancient feast of the Epiphany of the Lord, reflecting upon the visit of Magi “from […]

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Our mission is to secure our salvation and reveal God’s love

Feast of the Holy Family Luke 2:41-52 This weekend, the Sunday between Christmas and the New Year, the Church celebrates the feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and […]