God’s Wisdom seeks us out, reminding us that every moment is preparation for eternity.
We are all called to bring glory to the name of God.
Homily for the 31st Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A. (Ordinary Form)
Let tomorrow worry about itself.
We all are called to holiness and to mission, because we are members of the priesthood of the baptized.
In the Most Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, God provides the sacrifice by transforming ordinary bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ.
If we love God, he promises that he will love us and reveal himself to us. So how do we love God?
We belong to Christ, not to anyone or anything else. If we follow him, we will assist him in building his kingdom on this earth.
After the frantic activity of Christmas Eve and birth of Christ, we take a breath and reflect.
Mass During the Day Readings: Isaiah 52:7-10; Psalm 98; Hebrews 1:1-6; John 1:1-18
Tonight we gather in silence, in stillness, and our hearts behold the light that has entered the world.
Midnight Mass Readings: Isaiah 9:1-6; Psalm 96; Titus 2:11-14; Luke 2:1-14
The formal proclamation of Christmas from the Roman Martyrology, chanted.