Category Archives: Homily

Beatifications and Royal Weddings

Pope John Paul II was beatified on Sunday. In his Sunday homily, Deacon Greg talks about Blessed John Paul II. It is a beautiful tribute. I didn’t pay attention to the wedding of William and Kate. But Frank Weathers posted … Continue reading

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Homily for the Fifth Sunday in Lent

I am still working on my Sunday reflection sheet that is handed out at Mass, and   posted on my blog, but Deacon Greg has just posted his homily. “Every now and then, you’ll find a film critic who bemoans the … Continue reading

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We are Catholics…we belong to Jesus…

Archbishop Jose Gomez, the new archbishop of Los Angelos, gave his first Sunday homily yesterday, and it is wonderful. H/T Rocco Palmo of Whispers In The Loggia. Excerpt: “The readings today from the Word of God are all about Catholic … Continue reading

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Homily for 9th Sunday in Ordinary time

” My God is bigger than your storm” (Monsignor Bognanno) Deacon Greg has a great homily posted. He gets it. Really. Excerpt: Living the gospel is hard work.   Following the teachings of Christ is hard work. But it pays off. … Continue reading

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8th Sunday in ordinary time year A

Deacon Greg has a homily up: Excerpt: God goes out of His way to walk with us. The first reading from Isaiah assures us that, no matter what, the Lord will not forget us. And in the gospel, Jesus goes … Continue reading

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We are all called to holiness

In order to become saints we have to forgive our enemies, pray for our enemies, love our enemies. Deacon Greg has a homily up for this weekend. Excerpt. How do we begin? Writer Emmett Fox, in his book “Sermon on … Continue reading

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Today’s Gospel

As we head toward Advent and the beginning of a new liturgical year, the Church’s readings focus on the four last things: heaven, hell, death, and judgment. Monsignor Pope has posted a reflection on the Gospel reading,   The Passage … Continue reading

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