The prophets were obnoxious to the people around them. Jesus Christ, the fulfillment of the just man, was ultimately obnoxious. As disciples of Christ, we must learn to become obnoxious to evil through our childlike humility and complete vulnerability to Jesus Christ.
Homily for Sunday, September 19, 2021. Recorded at the 9am Mass.
Our works reveal our faith; so, let’s work to follow Christ, no matter the cost.
Homily for September 12, 2021.
We need to be ready to receive God when he comes to us in the Eucharist.
Homily for August 1, 2021
God doesn’t just give us what we want, he fulfills our needs and then some.
Homily for the 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year B.
God always works to lead us back to himself, because he loves us too much to be separated from us.
Homily for the Twelfth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year B.
God has planted the trees and caused them to grow. It’s not all on us.
Homily for June 13, 2021.
The Eucharist is God. That’s amazing!
Homily for the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, 2021.
In the Gospel, Christ tells us that he will be with us always, until the end of the age. God stays with us as himself, the Triune God.
Homily for Trinity Sunday, 2021.
Knowing something or someone changes us. If it doesn’t, we haven’t learned anything.
Homily for the Third Sunday of Easter, 2021.
(posted April 22, 2021)
God so loved the world that he sent his only Son to save it. Our response was… not great.
Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Lent, Year B.