All three scripture readings give insights into how God wants responsible observance of the law. An interior framework based on love, not mere outward observance of rules.
Fr. Ray’s homily from the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) June 31, 2019.
Fr. Mark’s homily from the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) June 31, 2019.
Fr. Ray Carey’s Homily:
Fr. Mark Harrington’s Homily:
The number 3 has significance in our faith; such as the Trinity. Today all three scripture readings give some great insights into “whole living,” especially to inspire Fathers, on Fathers Day.
Fr. Mark’s homily from the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord (Year C) June 2, 2019.
This week, we have two Homilies for you! Take a listen to Fr. Mark & Fr. Bob’s homilies from the 6th Sunday of Easter, Year C, May 26, 2019.
Fr. Mark’s Homily
Fr. Bob’s Homily
Taking the time to show love to another person can feel so inconvenient. It can change our routine, our plans and desires, our way of life. Jesus says love one another. Can we do what he commands us to do?
The reading from the Acts of the Apostles show how Paul and Barnabas go forth in their mission to preach the Good News. Their journey is similar to the mission of motherhood. Fr Eric shows the connection in the homily.
The Disciples end up with empty nets after a night of fishing. It is the Risen Lord who offers new insight to move the nets and the Disciples experience abundance. This is our story as well.
Thomas is remembered as a doubter. He is labeled. Yet there are other places where his faith was strong. Do we label people in a negative way and do not desire to see anything redeeming about them?