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August 2016 Homilies

August 28, 2016.mp3     Fr. Al Camp is celebrating Mass for us during Fr. Gerry's absence. His Homily was successfully recorded! Listen here!

Last Sunday's Readings (Aug 28th): audio version and text version.
This Sunday's Readings (Sept 4th): audio version and text version.

August 21, 2016 Homily.pdf  Due to technical difficulties, the Homily recording was not available this week. Previous homilies may still be accessed in the archive. Here is a written version that Fr. Camp provided. 

Last Sunday's Readings (Aug. 21st): audio version and text version.
This Sunday's Readings (Aug. 28th): audio version and text version.

August 14, 2016  Homily.mp3     Fr. Al Camp is celebrating Mass for us during Fr. Gerry's absence. The Reading from Hebrews speaks of running the race. (Hebrews 12:1) Fr. Camp reflects on the Olympics going on now, and that it has plenty of races. He reminds us that we, too, are running a race and we are supposed to keep our eyes fixed on Jesus. Being a disciple always has a cost, but the flame of truth keeps us humble. Fr. Camp speaks of our readings today — Jeremiah stood for the truth; Jesus stood for the truth. He says we need to sit with ourselves and face the truth. He says when he sits with the Lord in Centering Prayer, this time helps him do precisely that.

Last Sunday's Readings (Aug 14th): audio version and text version.
This Sunday's Readings (Aug 21st): audio version and text version.

August 7, 2016.mp3 (listen here)     Fr. Al Camp is celebrating Mass for us during Fr. Gerry's absence. Fr. Camp adds his wisdom & wit to his homily. He speaks about our Merciful God, the Transfiguration of Our Lord, and having Faith in our journey. 

Last Sunday's Readings (Aug 7th): audio version and text version.
This Sunday's Readings (Aug 14th): audio version and text version.

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