I’m most of the way back! As some of you know, I’ve had some pretty serious computer troubles for the last couple weeks. Tried replacing the power supply unit, but no luck; turns out the motherboard was fried. So I had to bite the bullet and buy a whole new system, which I am gradually getting set up. (Say a prayer that I can salvage some of the files from the old hard drive.)
Didn’t want to leave you all hanging, though, so I thought I’d catch you up on the last two weeks. First, the 4th Sunday of Lent brought us the much-loved parable of the Prodigal Son. (I think I did well with this one, in all humility.)
And this week, the fifth Sunday of Lent, bring us the semi-uncomfortable story of the woman caught in adultery. Unfortunately, this version is probably the worst version of this homily from this weekend. I nailed it on Saturday night, which is odd: Saturday is normally the warm-up act; and I did reasonably well at the late Mass. But we’ll see what you think.