Here is my homily for the eighteenth week of Ordinary Time--the second in a series on John 6 and the Eucharist. Apologies that last week's homily did not appear. My technology failed me.
My homily for Corpus Christi focusses on the liturgy and how we experience the Holy Trinity in our Body, Mind and Spirit within and through the Divine Liturgy. Go here to listen, download and share.
St Benedict gave three vows and three tools for the spiritual life. When we live these we experience the Trinity even though we cannot explain this mystery. This Sunday' homily from Our Lady of the Rosary, Greenville explores the Benedictine spirituality that leads into the life of the Trinity
Mary is surrounded by the Apostles and is the conductor for the force of the Divine Love in the world. With the institution of the Feast Mary, Mother of the Church, Pope Francis brings into greater prominence the intimate relationship between the Holy Spirit and the Mother of God. The homily this week explores that relationship [...]
Faith, Family and Fellowship are the three ways we live Christ's Easter Love in the world. Here is my homily from Our Lady of the Rosary for the Sixth Sunday of Eastertide. I'm sorry weeks four and five are missing. One week my technology failed and the other weeks the deacons were preaching.
The Resurrection explodes into human history taking us into a new dimension of reality. The homily from Our Lady of the Rosary for the third Sunday of Easter is here as a podcast.
Brant Pitre's excellent lecture The Jewish Roots of Holy Week is chock full of wonderful insights and details of information. I pulled some of it for my homily tonight. What I found especially moving was the clues as to the hymn they sang after the Passover and before they went out to the Mount of Olives. Pitre notes [...]
Today's gospel takes us one step nearer to the drama of Holy Week. Jesus realizes that his hour has come and he teaches us that only as a grain of wheat dies can new life spring forth.
The homily from Our Lady of the Rosary Greenville for Lent 3 focusses on the sin of false religion. That's why Jesus cleansed the temple--not just because they were making money and selling stuff, but because they had turned his Father's house into a den of thieves--in other words, they turned the worship of God into [...]