Homilies

“A voice cries in the wilderness: ‘Prepare a way for the Lord; make His path straight.’”

As we gather around the Eucharistic Table of the Lord to celebrate this Second Sunday of Advent, I love to share this poem titled: If Jesus came to your house written by Lois Blanchard Eades:

IF JESUS CAME TO YOUR HOUSE

10th December 2017

“Be on your guard, stay awake, because you never know when the time will come.”

4th December 2017

SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST, THE UNIVERSAL KING

THE KING AS A SHEPHERD

“I was hungry you gave Me to eat …When you did this for the least of your brothers, you did it for Me”

                                                     

29th November 2017

“To the one he gave five talents, to another two, to a third one; each in proportion to his ability.”

A friend shared this brief note with my via WhatsApp and I love to share it with us as we reflect on the Readings of this 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time:

“Nothing in nature lives for itself.

Rivers don’t drink their own water.

23rd November 2017

“I tell you solemnly, I do not know you.”

                                    

23rd November 2017

“The Scribes and the Pharisees occupy the chair of Moses … do what they tell you and listen to what they say; but do  not be guided by what they do: since they do  not practice what they preach.”

10th November 2017

“What could I have done with my vineyards that I have not done?”

28th October 2017

“Tell those who have been invited that I have my banquet all prepared …”

28th October 2017

“Very well, give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar – and to God what belongs to God.”

28th October 2017

“Why are you envious when I am generous?”

 

25th September 2017