Homily for the 26th Sunday in ordinary Time
Sunday Masses Canceled
January/Enero 13, 2019
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Homily for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Where jealousy and selfish ambition exist,
there is disorder and every foul practice.
Where do the wars
and where do the conflicts among you come from?
Is it not from your passions
that make war within your members?
You covet but do not possess.
You kill and envy but you cannot obtain;
you fight and wage war.
Homily for the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Homily for the 22nd Sunday in ordinary time
Homily for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time
Dearly Beloved, permit me to take these verses from the gospel out of its proper/original context. The passage begins:
“As a result of this, (As a result of what? Whatever you consider going on in the body of Christ, the church, the scandals, frustrations, etc.)
“As a result of this,
Homily for the 19th Sunday in Ordinary time Year B
The Jews murmured about Jesus because he said,
"I am the bread that came down from heaven, "
and they said,
"Is this not Jesus, the son of Joseph?
Do we not know his father and mother?
Then how can he say,
'I have come down from heaven'?"
Jesus answered and said to them,
"Stop murmuring among yourselves.
Homily for the 18th Sunday in ordinary Time
Homily for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2018
Dearly Beloved, Grace and peace to God and the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ who in his great love and mercy has bought all of us together into his presence that we may come to share in this great mystery that we have as followers of Christ. May he be praised for ever and ever. Amen.
Homily for 16th Sunday in ordinary time
Dearly beloved, we thank God who by his mercies has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavens. We thank him who has made it possible for us to gather in his presence as one big family. We recall in the book of Genesis; chapter 12 when God chose Abraham and the Jewish nation from among all nations. He chose them to be a light through which all other nations on earth will come to know him. That is, through these 12 tribes, all others may come to know God.
Homily for the 13th Sunday in ordinary
Dearly beloved, two weeks ago, while celebrating fathers’ day, I used the occasion to encourage you to read the Second letter of St. Paul to the Corinthians. I hope, definitely not all, but some, took the opportunity with the background we looked at to read. I did say we will take time again this Sunday to give a summary to the rest of the book. Those who did read will find additional insight to many of the things you have read already.