Sunday, December 15, 2019

Doubt - Third Sunday of Advent - December 15th, 2019

Many people at different times in their lives have their doubts about the faith or about certain teachings of the faith.  That was true for me earlier in my life.  Doubt is something we see in our Gospel passage today.  Listen to my homily to learn more. 


Doubt - Third Sunday of Advent - December 15th, 2019

Third Sunday of Advent

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Preparation for the Coming of Christ - First Sunday of Advent - December 1st, 2019


Let’s consider the word “Advent.”  It means “to come.”  Typically, it refers to the coming of someone or something notable or important.  We are preparing for the coming of Jesus Christ.  There is more than one.  The first coming of Christ is celebrated at Christmas.  At Christmas we celebrate the Incarnation, that is, God coming to us as a man.  The Second coming of Christ is when Jesus Christ comes in glory at the end of time.  
Listen to my homily to learn more about the coming of Christ, including the third coming of Christ!


Preparation for the Coming of Christ - First Sunday of Advent - December 1st, 2019

First Sunday of Advent

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Guest Homilist - Fr. Eddie Voltz - Holy Hour for Vocations - November 8th, 2019

Fr. Eddie Voltz, Assistant Vocation's Director, presided over and preached at the Holy Hour for Vocation on November 8th, 2019.  Listen to his encouragement for those who are discerning a call and to those who are praying for vocations.


Guest Homilist - Fr. Eddie Voltz - Holy Hour for Vocations - November 8th, 2019

Fr. Eddie Voltz, Assistant Vocation's Director

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Thursday, November 28, 2019

The Love of Christ Our King - Solemnity of Christ the King - November 24th, 2019


Jesus loved us so much that He came to earth and suffered and died for us.  He told us in John’s Gospel, “No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” (15:13)  His life was truly a gift of Himself that He laid down for our salvation and as an expression of His love for us.  He said, “No one takes it from me, but I lay it down on my own. I have power to lay it down, and power to take it up again.” (John 10:18)  Our king is a king who is willing to die to save us out of His love for us!  Who wouldn’t want a king like that?  Listen to my homily to hear more about His love for you!


The Love of Christ Our King - Solemnity of Christ the King - November 24th, 2019

Jesus Christ

Doubt - Third Sunday of Advent - December 15th, 2019

Many people at different times in their lives have their doubts about the faith or about certain teachings of the faith.  That was ...