Under Siege By The Culture – Dcn. John Stanley

Dcn. John Stanley’s Homily June 28, 2020 “Well today’s first reading is a beautiful story of this Shunammite woman’s kindness to the prophet Elisha and in our Gospel Jesus teaches us about the virtue of hospitality as well.  The readings are a pleasant contrast to the Church’s readings in the last two days or so […]

Focus On God – Fr. Anthony Williams

Fr. Anthony Williams’ Homily June 27, 2020 “One word that for me stands out with respect to the three sacred readings proclaimed is obedience, obedience to God, something that we clergy, monastics, religious, so forth are giving an understanding of in our formation.  You might ask the question today, ‘well what does that mean, obedience?’  […]

To Acknowledge Jesus – Dcn. Kris Kuckelman

Dcn. Kris Kuckelman’s Homily June 21, 2020 “So in our Gospel reading today, Jesus tells the Apostles to ‘fear no one.’  What’s kind of curious about that is if you look at the verses immediately before our Gospel reading Jesus assures the Apostles that they will be persecuted and indeed they were.  Tradition tells us […]

Outpouring of the Holy Spirit – Fr. Tom Tank

Fr. Tom Tank’s Homily May 30, 2020 “This evening we come together to celebrate this great feast of Pentecost that outpouring of the Holy Spirit and the radical transformation that took place in those disciples when the Holy Spirit came upon them.  You know the Holy Spirit came and really transformed their lives.  They were […]