Archives: Homilies

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

July Homilies

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

September Homilies

September 24, 2017.mp3   Matthew's Gospel today is certainly challenging! Jesus teaches us through the parable in MT 20:1-16 with the story of the laborers and the generous landowner who pays the same wages to the latecomer workers as the earlybird workers. When the earlybirds complain, the landowner asks, "Are you envious because I am generous? Thus, the last will be first, and the first will be last.” Listen to Fr. Gerry's reflections on this.

This Sunday's Readings (September 24) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (October 1) text version  (audio version not available)

March 2017 Homilies

March 26, 2017.mp3 Listen as Fr. Gerry takes us through the deep meaning in the story in today's Gospel (John 9:1-41) of Jesus healing the man who had been blind from birth. This is another great teaching on the progression of coming to an understanding of Jesus and growing in a personal relationship with Him. …

February 2017 Homilies

February 26, 2017.mp3   Today Fr. Gerry focuses on the Readings. Isaiah assumes a mother can never forget her child. God our Father never forget any of us either. But, we sometimes feel maybe God has abandoned us when we face extreme hardship. But, God doesn't divert these troubles. Rather, He walks with us. We just tend to turn to Him when all else has failed. Worry doesn't serve us, yet still we worry. 

This Sunday's Readings (Feb 26) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Mar 5) text version and audio version

January 2017 Homilies

January 29, 2017.mp3  Fr. Gerry speaks on the Beatitudes Jesus presented in the Sermon on the Mount in today's Gospel.  (Mt 5:1-12A)  How do you see the Beatitudes? Do you see them as impossible ideals? As goals to be achieved? As wishful blessings on those who suffer? Or, as hallmarks of God's Kingdom when it …

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