Category: Sunday Mass Homily

Epiphany: Realizing What We Have

Epiphany: Realizing What We Have

1/3/2016

The readings for this Mass can be found at:

http://usccb.org/bible/readings/010316.cfm

We have so much in common with our Protestant brothers and sisters. There is much in common with the great religions. We even hold much in common with all people of good will. However, in this New Year, may we be open to a greater “Epiphany” about what is unique about being Catholic–part of the Church that holds the fullness of God’s revelation. I challenge you to do two things. First, to make Mass more central in your life and, second, to do at least one thing to study and know your faith better.

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Merciful Mother

Merciful Mother

12/13/2015

The readings for this Mass can be found at:

http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/121315.cfm

Do you love Mary? Do you believe that she can help you with all of your sorrows, hardships and sufferings? She is your Merciful Mother. Go to her and you will be healed by the fire of her Son’s Mercy.

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Making Mercy Visible

Making Mercy Visible

11/15/2015

The readings for this Mass can be found at:

http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/111515.cfm

Challenge of the week:

In Jesus of Nazareth, the mercy of the Father was made visible. The Father continues to want his mercy to be made visible through the members of the Body of Christ. How can you let the Father do this through you especially in this upcoming Year of Mercy?

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Going All In

Going All In

11/8/2015

The readings for this Mass can be found at:

http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/110815.cfm

Challenge of the Week:

We see the power and blessing that comes in the readings today when two women place their entire livelihood at the Lord’s disposal. What is keeping you from putting your livelihood at God’s disposal? We cannot imagine what the Lord will do through us, with us and in us, if we go all in with Him.

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La Llave A Nuestra Felicidad

La Llave A Nuestra Felicidad

11/1/2015

Las lecturas para esta Misa están disponibles en:

http://www.usccb.org/bible/lecturas/110115.cfm

Reto de la semana:

Dios es la única llave que puede abrir la plenitud de felicidad en nosotros. Y los santos ya la han descubierto. Pidámosles ayudarnos en esta búsqueda esencial.

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Family–School Of Love

Family–School Of Love

10/18/2015

The readings for this Mass can be found at:

http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/101815.cfm

Challenge of the Week:

Forget about me…I love you. This is what FAMILY teaches us. Be open to the lessons God would like you to learn both from your blood family and your parish family as well. Our share in the riches of family life will only be to the extent that we are willing to participate in these schools of forgetting ourselves in order to love more fully.

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You’re Worth God’s Mercy

You’re Worth God’s Mercy

10/4/2015

The readings for this Mass can be found at:

http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/100415.cfm

Challenge of the Week:

Believe a bit more today that you are worth more than the entire universe. You matter. Your problems matter. So don’t hesitate to reach out to others for help and to our loving Father for his mercy.

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Infant Memorial Mass

Infant Memorial Mass

10/4/2015

This Mass was celebrated for infants lost due to miscarriage, stillbirth and abortion. Parents were invited to come and name their children formally and place their children by name in the hands of the Lord. All were encouraged to claim these children as part of their families, to pray for them, to ask for their prayers and to allow the Mercy of God to come and heal their broken hearts.

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Messed Up

Messed Up

9/20/2015

The readings for this Mass can be found at:

http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/092115.cfm

Challenge of the Week:

Ask God for the grace to know and love more the fact that you are perfectly known and unconditionally loved by God. This will set you free to in turn love God and neighbor more than ever before. And this will stir within you a new an lasting joy!

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Spiritually Fat

Spiritually Fat

9/13/2015

The readings for this Mass can be found at:

http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/091315.cfm

Challenge of the Week:

Create more outlets for the nourishment of your faith o be manifested in works. Just as our physical nourishment goes to waste if we do not work and exercise, so too does our spiritual nourishment I we do not love and pray. What are you going to do this week to keep from getting “spiritually fat?”

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