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There’s a new sheriff in town

New Priest at Holy Family Orlando
Father Benjamin has the passion for the Christ.

 

New Priest at Holy Family Orlando
Father Ennis on left. Father Benjamin, dark hair.

 

There’s a new sheriff in town as they say. A rookie though. Only wearing his badge for two years.

Father Benjamin reminds Cheryl and i of what Father Ennis must have been like when he first started out 50 years ago.

The passion for the Christ is inspiring.

Only the inspired inspire.

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His passion is the passion of Jesus

Celebration at Rosen Shingle Creek
Father Ennis has created an awesome legacy in 22 years serving Holy Family Orlando

 

Preist celebrating 50 years
Father Bill Ennis celebrating 50 years of being an ordained Priest

 

More than 1,000 of us celebrated Father Ennis’ 50th Jubilee – 50 years as a Priest serving as the hands and feet of Jesus. His passion is extraordinary. Inspiring. What else would one expect from someone ordained to follow Jesus?

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Key Source Of Happiness

Listening to our Priest yesterday tell the story of a wise cat and a young cat…

The young cat was happy when it chased it’s tail. And only found happiness when engaged in that act.

The wise cat learned long ago that happiness isn’t something we chase, it’s something we carry. Something that follows us wherever we go.

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Afterwards

Powerful, Hopeful Dreams
Powerful, Hopeful Dreams

Do you volunteer to help out where you can?

Sounds so simple, doesn’t it?

Most people never do. They intend to, but life gets in the way.

After Mass yesterday, where I volunteered (10 years now) as a Lector, I went looking for Father Ennis. Based on a post last week, I wanted to tell him something.

Something he needs to hear.

Something he probably doesn’t hear nearly enough.

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Sunday Night Conversation

Ever have a casual conversation, and almost invisibly, a “truth” is revealed to you? Happens frequently doesn’t it?

Two nights ago while eating dinner and talking on speaker phone, my Mother-In-Law (88) was describing her Sunday. She’s always the last to leave Mass, because my Father-In-Law (85) walks incredibly slow these days, she told the Priest how much she liked his Homily (sermon).

The Priest commented that no one ever tells him if they like his preaching.

I guess we take it for granted.

But why?

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