Homilies.

The liturgy of the Word is an integral part of sacramental celebrations. To nourish the faith of believers, the Homily extends the proclamation of the Word of God. For your reflection Homilies will be posted as they become available.

SAINT LEO THE GREAT

Only 3 Popes have had “the Great” appended to their names: Pope St. Leo I (reigned 440–61), Pope St. Gregory I (590–604), and Pope St. Nicholas I (858–67). Some are predicting that it is just a matter of time before John Paul II will be referred to as St. John...

31ST WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME (WEDNESDAY)

Today’s Readings reinforce the themes of last Sunday’s liturgy: the 2 great commandments: love of God and love of neighbor. The 1st commandment of love of God is the subject of today’s Gospel. First of all, it needs to pointed...

30TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME (WEDNESDAY)

Today’s Gospel presents a question that we have all asked at one point in our lives: “Lord, will only a few be saved?” We all wrestle with the notions of heaven and hell; salvation and damnation. We often wonder about whether few or whether many will be saved. ...

THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

The Liturgical calendar only celebrates 3 birthdays. On December 25, the Church celebrates the birth of Jesus; on June 24, the birth of John the Baptist; and on September 8, the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The church teaches that Jesus is fully human and fully...

SAINT JOHN VIANNEY

Today the Church celebrates the memorial of St. John Vianney. John Vianney was born near Lyons, a city in eastern France, in 1786. He was ordained a priest in 1815. 3 years later, in 1818, when he was 32 years old, he became the parish priest of Ars-en-Dombe, an...

SAINT CLARE

Today the Church celebrates the memorial of St. Clare. Clare was born in Assisi in Italy in 1194. At the age of 18, she heard a sermon by Francis of Assisi and was deeply moved by his words. In 1212, Clare left home and sought refuge with Francis, who received her as...

OUR LADY OF SORROWS

Today we celebrate the Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows. This celebration recalls the 7 sorrows of Mary. 1. Simeon’s prophecy at the presentation of Jesus in the temple  2. The flight into Egypt 3. The loss of the boy Jesus in Jerusalem 4. The meeting with Jesus...

27TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (B)

Today’s Gospel has 2 distinct parts. The 1st part deals with the sanctity of marriage; the 2nd part deals with the sanctity of children. I would like to share a reflection on the last part. The last part of today’s Gospel deals with the fundamental question: How do we...

24TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (B)

“Whoever wants to become my follower, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me”. These words were proclaimed in today’s Holy Gospel. Immediately after Peter had identified Jesus as the Christ, or Messiah, Jesus begins to teach his disciples what kind...

21ST WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME (WEDNESDAY)

“When you received the word of God that you heard from us, you accepted it not as a human word but as what it really is, God’s word, which is also at work in you believers”. These words were proclaimed in today’s 1st Reading. One of the truths of the Christian faith...

21ST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Today, we have the final reading from the 6th chapter of John’s Gospel. Next Sunday, we will go back to reading from Mark’s Gospel. The words proclaimed in today’s Gospel deal with one of the central truths of our Catholic faith: the Eucharist. Jesus tells his...

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