Aqui esta mi homilia de hoy sobre como podemos ofrecer todo nuestro ser como la viuda en el evangelio de hoy.
Yesterday at our All School Mass, we had Veterans, Military, Law Enforcement, Firefighters and Emergency Responders all present as we thanked them for their service to our country and community.
It was also the feast day of the Dedication of the Basilica of St. John Lateran.
This homily was my attempt to tie the two occasions together through an understanding of sacrifice and freedom.
I’ve finally figured out a way to be able to record not just my daily Mass homilies, but also Sunday homilies.
This weekend I look at three nuances in the Gospel reading that tell us a little bit more about our responsibilities as disciples and our experience of blindness.
My homily this morning on interpretation as the key to authentic development or progress in the Church avoiding the pitfalls of being stuck in the past or rushing into the future without proper discernment.
Recently we had a young woman in our parish take her own life, this morning in a Mass for our middle school students, I attempted to address the related topics of depression and bullying. Encouraging our students to get the help they need and be supportive of one another.
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.