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Homily for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, June 25, 2017, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - June 18, 2017 ... nothing hidden that will not become known. What I tell you in darkness, speak in the light. What you hear in private, proclaim from the housetops…" "Whoever acknowledges me before men, I will acknowledge before my Father in heaven. Whoever disowns me before men, I will disown before my Father in heaven." Jesus wants to us understand that with God there is no such thing as a nameless, faceless individual human life. Every person lives in God's family and in His house. God knows in detail ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/06/homily-for-12th-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

Bread in the Desert and Addiction Recovery ┬áVENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - June 16, 2017 ... Desert Cycle A Ordinary Time Corpus Christi by Bishop Robert Barron June 22, 2014 https://www.wordonfire.org/resources/homily/bread-in-the-desert/933/ Details: "All of us are on a spiritual journey from sin to salvation. Like the Israelites longing for a return to Egypt, many of us occasionally desire our old addictions, providing the anxious ego with comfort and security. Far from Egypt, the Promised Land is the spiritual space of complete ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2017/06/bread-in-desert-and-addiction-recovery_7.html

Easter Glory, Fully Alive! LIVING SACRIFICE - May 28, 2017 Saint Irenaeus of Lyon (130-202) (Seventh Sunday of Easter-Year A; This homily was given on May 27 & 28, 2017 at St. Joseph Church in Pascoag, R.I., and St. Patrick Church in Harrisville, R.I.; See 1 Peter 4:13-16 and John 17:1-11 ) Our readings for this weekend are particularly focused on the theme of glory . Six times in the Gospel we just listened to Jesus uses that word. St. Peter, in our Second Reading, uses it three times. What do ...http://fathermahars.blogspot.com/2017/05/easter-glory-fully-alive.html

Live for Heaven A FRIAR'S LIFE - May 27, 2017 HOMILY FOR THE 7th SUNDAY OF EASTER, May 28,2 017: In the top drawer of my desk I keep a prayer card that had belonged to my Aunt Pat. Aunt Pat was my Dad's oldest sister and she passed away a few years ago. The night before her funeral, her daughters gave me this prayer card, which they had found in her well-worn Bible. The card contained a well-known poem often read at funeral's called "Safely Home." But, in the margins my Aunt had handwritten two notes. ...http://afriarslife.blogspot.com/2017/05/live-for-heaven.html

Ascension 2017 HOMILIES OF A JESUIT - May 25, 2017 ... of the world, this is just an ordinary day as the event we commemorate today has been transferred to this coming Sunday. If symbolism is that central to Catholicism's sacramental system, a question to ask is why the ease of transference? Is it simply a case of convenience—to facilitate the completion of two obligations with one celebration? Or will we lose something when Ascension is switched to a Sunday? [1] It might be good to explore ...http://homiliesofajesuit.blogspot.com/2017/05/acts-13-reads-that-he-had-shown.html

3rd Sunday of Easter Year a 2017 HOMILIES OF A JESUIT - May 5, 2017 ... heart of the Church for the source and summit of Christian life rests on the Eucharist. As the Jews are taught the centrality of the Shema, "Hear O Israel", Christians are taught that the crux of remembering (the Anamnesis ) is that we may recognise Him at the breaking of bread. In the organic development of the Roman rite, for the longest time, both belief and practice remained constant in the sense that for as long as 1950 years or thereabout, the practice had remained ...http://homiliesofajesuit.blogspot.com/2017/05/3rd-sunday-of-easter-year-2017.html

Holy Thursday: The Eucharist and Charity HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - April 14, 2017 I'm more than a little reluctant to post the following homily, because a great deal of the first part is taken straight from a marvelous sermon by Rev. Fleming Rutledge in her splendid book The Undoing of Death . I wrote in haste, without the time to properly identify all the many quoted or lightly adapted sentences I used. Many were so apt they resisted any attempt at paraphrase, and properly crediting their author would have made my delivery awkward. ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2017/04/im-more-than-little-reluctant-topost.html

Re-Turning to the Lord: A Call for Ad Orientem Worship CRISIS MAGAZINE - March 16, 2017 Lent is a season of conversion. During this time, it's common to encounter readings, orations, and teachings from the saints in the Mass and the Breviary that direct us to "turn away " from sin and error and "turn to " God. An example is Joel 2:12-14 , which happens to be the First Reading of the Mass on Ash Wednesday: Now, therefore, saith the Lord. Be converted to Me with all your heart, in fasting, and in weeping, and mourning. And rend your hearts, and not your garments ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/3YKBjcnHeSI/re-turning-lord-lent-conversion-ad-orientem

He Who Dwells in the Shelter of the Most High. THE CITY AND THE WORLD - March 5, 2017 ... edification of some, I'm posting the text of my homily below. The readings were those of the First Sunday of Lent (Gen 2:7-9, 3:1-7; Rom 5:12-19; Mt 4:1-11), with some reference made also to the liturgical propers and to the tract , which was sung in its entirety at the Mass by the St. Ann Choir. --- Today we celebrate the First Sunday of Lent, and as we do so the liturgy gives us a few special reminders that we have entered a season of ...http://jesuitjoe.blogspot.com/2017/03/he-who-dwells-in-shelter-of-most-high.html

Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God....... GLORIA OLIVAE - February 28, 2017 ... interpretation of the Gospel must, always, be taken from the Fathers of the Church, who are the only acceptable interpreters of the Gospels. The last five Gospels have taught us almost 25 New Testament commands of Christ. The 8th Sunday Gospel in Ordinary time gives us at least six commands of Christ. Let's look at the last one; 'Seek you, therefore, first the kingdom of God, and his justice, and all these things will be added unto you. ' ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_02_01_archive.html#3812734655458275406

Deacon Bob's Homily for the 8th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle A CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - February 26, 2017 Here is my homily for this weekend. God bless all! 8 th Sunday of Ordinary Time – Cycle A February 25/26, 2017 Isaiah 49: 14-15; 1Cor 4: 1-5; Mt 6: 24-34 Jesus tells us today not to worry about money, food, or clothing. These are very basic needs we all have, so he is asking us to not worry about the necessities of life. God knows how hard it is to not worry about these things. He knows how hard it is not to be ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2017/02/deacon-bobs-homily-for-the-8th-sunday-of-ordinary-time-cycle-a/

Homily - 26 February 2017 SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 26, 2017 The Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) Dear brothers and sisters, Each of us knows the truth of the words the Lord Jesus speaks today: "sufficient for a day is its own evil" ( Matthew 6:34 ). Evil, of course, is a privation of the good; where goodness is lacking, there is evil. Because much of our days are often lacking in goodness – whether on our part or on the part of others – we experience evil throughout each day, to one ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/m1DD35qNP5s/homily-26-february-2017.html

If I Had (400) Million Dollars FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - February 26, 2017 Hi everyone, here's my homily for the EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME - February 26, 2017. The readings for today can be found at http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/022617.cfm . Thanks as always for stopping by to read this blog, for sharing it on Facebook, twitter and reddit and for your comments and feedback. Have a great week! God Bless, Fr Jim HOMILY: So this past Tuesday night I ran out to the store to ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2017/02/if-i-had-400-million-dollars.html

Homily: Toss and Turn No More BUKAS PALAD - February 26, 2017 Year A / Ordinary Time / Week 8 / Sunday Readings: Isaiah 49.14-15 / Psalm 61.2-3, 6-7, 8-9ab (R/v 6a) / 1 Corinthians 4.1-5 / Matthew 6.24-34 "What is keeping you awake at night?" It is a question a good friend or a caring family member would definitely ask if you shared with her how much you have tossed and turned as you tried to fall asleep but cannot. " What is keeping you awake at night?" is the question that confronts us when we ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2017/02/homily-toss-and-turn-no-more.html

Providence and Dependence LIVING SACRIFICE - February 26, 2017 St. Francis of Assisi (1182-1226) (8th Sunday in Ordinary Time-Year A; This homily was given on February 25, 2017 at St. Eugene Church in Chepachet, R.I. & February 26, 2017 at St. Peter's Church in Warwick R.I. S ee Isaiah 49:14-15 and Matthew 6:24-34 ) Our readings for this weekend are focused primarily on God's providence. What does it mean to say that God will always provide for us? How is it that God cares for all ...http://fathermahars.blogspot.com/2017/02/providence-and-dependence.html

Homily: What Are You Clinging To? NATIONAL CATHOLIC REGISTER BLOGGERS FEED FROM STEVEN D. GREY - February 25, 2017 By Steven D. Greydanus Homily for the Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time One night in 1709, close to midnight, a young girl, a daughter of an Anglican clergyman, was awakened by fire falling onto her bed from the roof, which was engulfed in flames....http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/NCRegister/StevenGreydanus/~3/4a_f81wfeRM/homily-08

Don't Worry, Be Happy! A FRIAR'S LIFE - February 25, 2017 HOMILY FOR THE 8th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, February 26, 2017: Some of you might remember the Bobby McFerrin song from the late 1980s: "Here's a little song I wrote. You might want to sing it note for note. Don't worry, be happy." My apologies in advance – that song is now going to be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. But, Bobby was onto something in this song. Many of us worry about many things. We worry ...http://afriarslife.blogspot.com/2017/02/dont-worry-be-happy.html

Rome's Anglican Pastor: Papal Visit an Exciting, but Normal, Step CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 25, 2017 ... Vatican Council. After the singing of Evensong during his visit to All Saints, Pope Francis is expected to deliver a brief homily before taking questions from the congregation. Established in 1816, All Saints contains the largest Anglican congregation in Italy, and is headed by Boardman and his assistant chaplain, Dana English. Both pastors will be present to welcome the Pope for his visit Sunday, as well as Robert Innes, the Anglican Bishop ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/romes-anglican-pastor-papal-visit.html