28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Rev. Jim Ryan
Jesus said: "Stand up and go your way, your faith has been your salvation."
In an earlier homily I invited us to reflect on th ...
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Peter Szafran
If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.
Come, let us sing joyfully to the LORD;
let us acclaim the Rock of our salvation.
26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Frank Baiocchi
You know that many of us living in the United States, and surely 'most all of us gathered in this church this morning, are among the most we ...
24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Rev. Regina Nicolosi
In today's Gospel, Luke presents to us three "lost and found stories": A shepherd and his sheep, a woman and her coin and a father, and his ...
23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Rev. Jim Ryan
"Which of us can know the mind of God?" --Wisdom 9:13
This passage from the Book of Wisdom, in my humble opinion, is among the most inspira ...
22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Robert Weiss
"I am the Captain of the Pinafore and a right good captain too. I'm very. Very good and be it understood I command a right good crew." So b ...
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Rev. Jim Ryan
As we read the Gospel of Luke scholars tell us that the writer of this portion of the Good News of Jesus had discipleship on the mind. When ...
20th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Rev. Donald J. Wright
As Jesus entered the room after his Resurrection his greeting was always "Peace be with you." And one of the Beatitudes is "Blessed are the ...
18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Bob Scanlan
How much is enough? How much is too much? What controls your life? Are you happy with the values you have placed in your life? These and ot ...
Feast of Mary Magdalene, Father Don Wright
Did you notice in our first reading how many women St. Paul indicated had worked very hard with him. There are least a dozen starting with ...