Listen to Fr. Gerry’s Homily here — April 15, 2018.mp3
Read Fr. Gerry’s Homily here — April 15, 2018 Homily.pdf
November 26, 2017.mp3 Fr. Gerry asks the probing question, "Why do you come to Church?" and reflects on some of the key pieces in the Gospel — Who are all of the nations? — Who are the least of my brothers and sisters? — How have I responded to them?
October 29, 2017.mp3 Fr. Gerry focuses on today's Gospel of the two greatest commandments given by Jesus. First, Love God. Then, love your neighbor AS yourself (not before yourself). Spend time daily to dwell in the truth that you are deeply valued, loved and treasured you are in Him. Listen to the complete Homily — it is rich!
December 31, 2017.mp3 Fr. Gerry reflects on celebrating The Holy Family, and what it means to be Holy — it means related to God. All families truly are Holy. Mary and Joseph were not spared from difficulties, hardships and fears though they were the parents of the Christ Child. But, they show us how to be in harmony & in communion with God; how to hear Him and be responsive to Him.
Fr. Gerry is on vacation in Ireland this month. We do not have recorded homilies from our visiting priests. So, we will not have any recorded homilies until Fr. Gerry returns on September 10th.
July 23, 2017.mp3 Fr. Gerry's July 23rd Homily is posted here.
We do not have recorded homilies from our visiting priests. So, there is no recorded homily for July 16th, and we will not have any recorded homilies until September 10th since Fr. Gerry is in Ireland.
Below are the links for our readings:
July 2 text version and audio version
July 9 text version and audio version
July 16 text version and audio version
July 23 text version and audio version
July 30 text version and audio version
April 30, 2017.mp3 Today's Gospel (Luke 24:13-35) is the story of the Walk to Emmaus when two disciples unknowingly encounter the Risen Christ. Would you like Jesus to accompany you on the way? We need only have to make ourselves available to Him. He listens to each of us. What do you want your Eucharist to be? Invite Him.