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June 2017 Homilies

June 25, 2017.mp3    We move into the longer season of Ordinary Time. Fr. Gerry reflects on the rich Readings of this day — how deeply God knows and loves each one of us & growing our personal relationship with Him. Jesus addresses the disciples and their fear. He assures them to trust Him and know He is with us and guides us. Our number one vocation is who we are in Jesus Christ.

This Sunday's Readings (June 25) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (July 2) text version and audio version

June 18, 2017.mp3 Today we celebrate Corpus Christi. Fr. Gerry encourages us to take some time to prayerfully read through the Sequence — Lauda Sion. We have just completed the 40 days of Lent, the 40 days of celebrating Easter, and 40 hours of Adoration. Today's Gospel focuses on the Lord's gift of His Most Holy Body and Blood. It propels us to ask ourselves, "What do I believe about Eucharist? What draws me to come each week? How does it change me?" — JN 6:51-58

This Sunday's Readings (June 18) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (June 25) text version and audio version

June 11, 2017 — We do not have a recording of Fr. Bernie Farrell's homily on June 11th.
    He delivered a beautiful reflection on the Most Holy Trinity stating that no one ever has or ever will understand the mystery of the Trinity. However, we can understand God our Father — He created us and He loves us.  Jesus our Brother — He gave His life for us, He is our companion, and He is the way.   The Holy Spirit — is our gift to guide and lead us.

This Sunday's Readings (June 11) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (June 18) text version and audio version

June 4, 2017.mp3  Deacon John McGregor delivers our Pentecost Homily reminding us of the mighty acts of God's love in our lives. God is pouring His very self into us right now. In love, we pours ourselves back to God. Allow the Holy Spirit to pray for you. Come, Holy Spirit, Come! 

This Sunday's Readings (June 4) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (June 11) text version and audio version

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