Now is the time of mercy. Now is the time for us to turn back to the Lord, to be reconciled to Him. Let us prepare for the coming of the Lord by repentance and bearing good fruit. Listen to my homily learn more.
The season of Advent is a time of preparation for the coming of the Lord. Listen to my homily to learn more about the different ways the Lord comes to us, especially the way that he comes to us in the Most Holy Eucharist, and how to be prepared for Him.
What do you think of when you think of a king? It’s probably not the image of a king we see in our Gospel passage today. And yet, we truly have the King of Kings as our King, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Listen to my homily to learn more.
In this homily I briefly describe part of my vocation story since this is a vocations awareness week and my story may help others discern what vocation they are called to. Also, talk about the universal vocation to holiness. Listen to my homily more information.
In our Gospel passage today Jesus gives us an example of bringing about conversion through loving the sinner. We too can follow that example and help others be drawn to Christ through our love for them. They will not care what we know until they know that we care. Listen to my homily to learn more!
In my homily today I talk about prayer and encountering the Lord in silence. How do we do that?What does that look like? Listen to my homily to learn more!
What if the only things you had today were the things you said thank you to God yesterday? Would you have anything at all? The readings today have a theme of gratitude. Listen to my homily to learn more about the reading, gratitude, and Mass!
We are all called to be a good stewards of the gifts given to us to help us on our journey to heaven. Listen to my homemade to learn more! Also, I added bonus material at the end after the homily.
Your gospel passage we hear about the dishonest steward, but what was Jesus trying to say? Listen to my family and find out!
Jesus explains the cost of discipleship in our gospel passage today. He says that we must hate mother and father brother and sister etc. but what does he mean by that? What does it mean to be a disciple? Listen to my homily for answers on these questions and more!