Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 9:49 AM
Thurs. Oct. 19 at 6 pm Parish Council-Conf Room and 8 PM Mom's Book Club in PC. Parish Census again this weekend after all Masses. BIBLE STUDY starts Monday Oct 23 at 10 am & 6:30 pm.

WEEKLY HOMILY BLOGS

December 2015

Dec 29

12/27/15 Holy Family - Fr. Reggie

It is easy for us to forget that the Holy Family of Joseph, Mary, and Jesus, whose feast we celebrate today, was a real family. We have all seen paintings and holy cards that depict them in a super-pious, unrealistic, sometimes surrealistic, way. But they were real human beings, just like us, and they lived in...
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Dec 29

12/27/15 Holy Family - Fr. James

The Family is the world’s smallest community. It is the basic platform of the human society from which larger communities, nations and the human race came forth. We are all products of families. We often say that: “charity begins at home (that is from the family)!” And so it is with other realities like hatred, strife, anger,...
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Dec 29

12/25/15 Nativity of the Lord - Fr. Reggie

The angels announced to the shepherds that a Savior was born for them. They called this "news of great joy," since this Savior was going to bring "peace to those on whom his favor rests." The peace that Christ brings is the source of that joy. The two always go together. Joy is...
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Dec 29

12/25/15 Nativity of the Lord - Deacon Ron

Homily Summary for The Nativity of the Lord — Youth Mass    Deacon Landry Please join me in a somewhat unusual, but very special exercise. First, we refer to the gospel of the Annunciation. At the hour of midnight—March 25th—when the Archangel Gabriel appeared before a teenager, a virgin, and asked her to become the...
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Dec 29

12/25/15 Nativity of the Lord - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti The Nativity of the Lord (Christmas) - Mass During the Day •    On Christmas day we naturally reflect upon the Christ child born in a manger... And this is appropriate...  •    This prologue to the Gospel of John, attempts to help us see our God, our faith, and our lives from a much...
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Dec 21

12/20/15 FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT - FR. REGGIE

Isn't it amazing that the prophet Micah, who lived more than 700 years before Christ, predicted where the Messiah would be born, in Bethlehem? And isn't it amazing that 700 years later, Mary and Joseph were required by the Roman authorities to go to Bethlehem to register for a census at the very time that...
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Dec 14

12/13/15 Third Sunday of Advent - Fr. Reggie

What should we do? That question is at the heart of it all. What should we do? We’re celebrating the 3rd Sunday of Advent now. We’re watching and waiting for the coming of Christ. And the same question might be in our hearts: What should we do? In the gospel we just read, people came to John the Baptist with exactly that question....
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Dec 14

12/13/15 Third Sunday of Advent - Fr. James

On this Third Sunday of Advent we light the pink candle on our Advent wreath. Pink is the color of Joy. We use this joyous color of pink to express our communal joy in the coming of Jesus, as our Savior. The theme of today’s readings is the command "Rejoice!" Prophet Zephaniah says, "Shout for joy, and Sing joyfully, O...
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Dec 7

12/6/15 Second Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Ron

Nothing in Sacred Scripture is there for nothing. So we need to reflect on how Luke introduces today's gospel message. It is a veritable who's who in a list of men in position of power placed there by the Romans. It can be argued that in doing so, the evangelist lent a certain air of credibility to what is to follow. What does follow, however,...
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Dec 7

12/6/15 Second Sunday in Advent - Deacon Tony

Second Sunday of Advent Lectionary: 6    12/6/15 Advent is a good time to take a deeper look at our faith… From the Prophet Baruch: “Jerusalem, take off your robe of mourning and misery; put on the splendor of glory from God forever…” These words could just as easily be addressed to each of us as...
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