A One-Two Punch – Dcn. Kris Kuckelman

Dcn. Kris Kuckelman’s Homily January 31, 2021 “Our Gospel reading today emphasizes the fact that Jesus’ teaching differed from the teaching of the religious leaders of the day. He had a new teaching and he taught with authority. He didn’t flatter his audience as the scribes did and he also taught that if the people […]

To Trust In Jesus Completely – Dcn. Ken Billinger

Dcn. Ken Billinger’s Homily January 30, 2021 “In 1859, a French acrobat named Charles Blondin crossed Niagara Falls on a tightrope. Blondin was an amazing acrobat, but he didn’t do it just one time. Blondin crossed Niagara Falls, that 1100 foot gorge between Canada and the United States, multiple times doing a number of theatrical […]

Speak For I Am Listening – Fr. Tom Tank

Fr. Tom Tank’s Homily January 16, 2021 “That’s a powerful Gospel that we have this evening. It’s the beginning of the public ministry of Jesus and John the Baptist, interestingly enough, identifies Jesus as the Lamb of God. He doesn’t say the Messiah, he doesn’t say the Christ, he doesn’t say the son of Mary, […]