Forgiveness is not Optional

We must make the choice to forgive, but the consequences are dire if we do not make that choice. Generous forgiveness is not an option if we desire eternal life.

Homily for the 24th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A.

The World Needs Catholic Prophets

Without the prophetic witness of Catholics, we don’t stand a chance.

Homily for the 23rd Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A.

The Word Burns Like Fire

God’s Word cannot be imprisoned in our hearts: it will burn like fire until it is set free. Even if it means we are objects of laughter and mockery, we allow God to transform us, for he will one day come with his angels in glory.

Homily for the 22nd Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A.

The Church Marches on the Netherworld

We have nothing to fear, but the gates of the netherworld do.

Homily for the 21st Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A.

Remain in God, Remain in Love.

We must seek God first. Only then can everything we do be through God, with God, and in God.

Homily for the Memorial of St. Martha on July 29th, 2020.

Do You Understand?

We have spent three Sundays with Jesus’s parables about the Kingdom of Heaven. Do we understand all these things?

Homily for the 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A.

Him Whom My Heart Loves

When we cannot find our beloved, our hearts are restless. This is the love with which God loves us, and this is the love with which God desires us to love him.

Homily for the Feast of Mary Magdalen, July 22, 2020.

The Almighty Power of God

God’s absolute power allows him to judge us with leniency.

Homily for the 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A.

Soul Garden

Jesus is not the only one trying to plant things our soul.

Homily for the Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A

Humility, Truth, and Morality

We must have humility to seek the truth. We must use the truth to inform our actions.

Homily for the Fourteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time.