Sunday Homily for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time: We ought to confidently approach the Lord with our petitions because he created the Heavens and Earth! He is that being greater than which nothing can be imagined! Greater than any magician or all the superheroes combined!
Sunday Homily for the Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time: What is the opposite of Salvation? Alleviation of all temporal suffering? St. John Paul II said that God is primarily concerned with alleviating eternal suffering! He does not cause, but allows temporal suffering to humble us, restore goodness in us, and draw us to him.
Sunday Homily for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time: We are fundamentally servants as creatures made in the image and likeness of the Triune God who is a dynamic of self-emptying service shared between the three Divine Persons.
Sunday Homily for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time: The Rich Man and Lazarus: Who was a true child of Abraham? Who was truly comforted in this life and in the life to come? The life of faith and the comfort of the Holy Spirit.
Sunday Homily for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time: The parable of Divine Economics! Our Heavenly Father himself is the Rich Man and he wants us to share the unspeakable riches of his Son with the world!
Sunday Homily for the Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time: If we don't continuously repent, acknowledging and turning from our sins to the Lord every day, we are in grave peril. Until we humble ourselves, come to our senses, and repent, the Lord God is not able to give us his Holy Spirit and use us to build his Kingdom. Saints are repentant sinners!
Sunday Homily for the Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time: God must be our first love!
Sunday Homily for the Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time: The Lord is the Divine Physician. But, we must show him our wounds if we want to be healed! Until we are fully healed we are not ready for the fullness of God's presence in Heaven.
Sunday Homily for the Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time: God's Love is a Consuming Fire! We ought not despise the discipline of our Heavenly Father. It is a manifestation of his Love, if we have the eyes of faith to see it.
Sunday Homily for the Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Do people truly hate the Catholic Church? Fr. Larry Young tells the story of his father's conversion to Catholicism.
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