Service As Preparedness – 10.23.18 – Daily Mass
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St. John Paul II shared the love of Christ and graces he received from God. We are not called to hoard that love or those graces ourselves, but rather to share them with others.
A look at how we can follow the example of St. Isaac Jogues in both our personal spiritual lives as well as our involvement in our parish community.
My homily yesterday reminding us that faith is a gift from God, one which parents can help to transmit through Baptism.
My homily for the students of our school, encouraging them to act cooperatively on the playground, in the classroom, and at home.
Looking at what those called to the active life in the Church can and should do in response to today’s Gospel in relation to the contemplative life.
My homily this morning examining how we have to put the story of the Good Samaritan in its context, with our relationship with God.
St. Therese was just 24 years old when she died, yet we all adore and admire her profound writings. For this reason we shouldn’t dismiss the younger generation wholesale. It is good that this month Pope Francis is convening the Synod on “Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment.” More importantly in March he hosted the Pre-Synod gathering with young people gathered from around the world.
My encouragement to the students of our school to enjoy their youth and not waste their time.
My homily for middle school students examining different “places” in their lives where they can shake the dust off their feet. From texting and social media, to the lunchroom.