All public celebrations of Mass and other gatherings have been discontinued due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The church is however open for individual prayers, devotions, and Reconciliation at scheduled times. Sunday Masses, Tuesday Holy Rosary, and Friday Stations of the Cross will be streamed live.
Stations of the Cross Live Stream - Friday, April 3rd at 7:00 PM.... DETAILS and INSTRUCTIONS..
Holy Rosary Live Stream - Tuesdays at 7:00 PM.... DETAILS and INSTRUCTIONS..
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4th Sunday of lent – May God Open your eyes to see the wonders of His glory – March 22, 2020
1 Samuel 16:1b,6-7,10-13a
Samuel is sent to anoint David as king.
The Lord is our shepherd.
The Ephesians are told to live as children of light.
Homily on the Baptism of the Lord 2020
Dearly beloved, most of you know I come from Ghana in West Africa. You can think of the many things that give me some kind of identity. My passport is one of them. I wonder how many of you have passports? Have any of you ever applied for a visa before travelling?
Homily for the 20th Sunday in ordinary time
THE BITTER PILL
Theme: In HIS WORD, is our Identity
Theme: We Mourn NOT for Christ but for our sins
Theme: “Your Contribution towards the Priesthood”
Dearly Beloved, our celebration today concludes the season of Easter. Easter is the feast of light, the new life that begins with Christ’s resurrection. Pentecost is the celebration of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. It marks the beginning of the new covenant, and the birth of the public life of the Church. The celebration of our birthdays is always a moment of great joy and feast. We, at Holy Spirit Parish therefore, have a dual celebration on this day of Pentecost.
Dearly Beloved, In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. We just invoked the presence of the Trinity. The Father who has loved us in Christ; The Son who died that we may have forgiveness for our sins; The Holy Spirit who empowers us. The church has always maintained this dogma as a mystery. It is a mystery to appreciate, but not necessarily a mystery to unravel. Many who have attempted to explain this mystery ended up in heresies.
Homily for Palm Sunday – 2019