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

September 2016

Sep 27

9/25/16 Twenty Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

We often hear people say that they will get to heaven because they haven't committed any really, really heinous crimes. "I'm a good guy," they say, "I haven't murdered anyone or sold weapons to terrorists." This attitude is not a Christian attitude. As Jesus teaches us in this story of...
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Sep 27

9/25/16 Twenty Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. James

The Gospel today speaks of a rich man who failed to see what he was supposed to see. There was a poor man Lazarus at the gate of his house but the rich man did not notice him. He failed see Lazarus though he was at the gate of his house because he was focusing other things in life. The Gospel says that he dressed in purple garments and fine...
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Sep 20

9/18/16 Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Ron

Homily Summary for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time ~ Deacon Landry The conflict between seeking to accumulate material wealth and the hope of eternal life in Heaven  is one of the most prevalent in Sacred Scripture and peaks during the ministry of our Savior Jesus Christ. It is easy to interpret the material and spiritual worlds as...
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Sep 20

09/18/16 Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 135 •    The steward’s actions in today’s Gospel were certainly prudent in the eyes of the world, but his motives, were insincere...  •    The world would commend the steward for his cleverness, as did his...
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Sep 13

9/11/16 Twenty Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

Christ's parables always teach us something about God, but they also teach us something about ourselves. The parables we just listened to clearly highlight God's mercy, his active love for sinners. But they also give us an answer to the most difficult and urgent question that the human family has had to face in every...
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Sep 13

9/11/16 Twenty fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. James

The readings at Mass today remind us of God's mercy and His desire to seek and save the abandoned and the lost. In the second reading Paul writes how the merciful God transformed Paul the great tormentor of the Christians into the Apostle to the Gentiles.   The gospel reading for today appears to be all about ‘lost property’:...
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Sep 6

09/04/16 Twenty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 129 •    Today’s Gospel passage may seem a bit harsh on the surface… but in order to fully appreciate its message… Jesus’ words need to be reflected upon, and meditated upon, and prayed upon... •    In order to...
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Sep 6

09/04/16 Twenty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Ron

Homily Summary for the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time ~ Deacon Landry   The words of our Savior in today's gospel are disconcerting, even shocking. Our messiah, who we believe to be the Son of God—and therefore pure love itself—declares that we must hate in order to be his disciples. We can easily imagine the confusion and...
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WEEKLY HOMILY BLOGS

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