Father’s Homilies

  • Homily for The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

    This is the day when priests and Christian preachers tie themselves in knots to try and explain the Most Holy Trinity, which is the truest expression of who or what […]

  • Homily for Pentecost

    The Feast of Pentecost, the sending of the Holy Spirit, is, in a sense, the only feast of the liturgical year that is really ours. Other feasts are all about […]

  • Homily for the Ascension of the Lord

    One of the most interesting things about today’s gospel in Matthew is that there are only two times Jesus appears to the disciples after his death. First, to the women […]

  • Homily for the 4th Sunday of Easter

    The Fourth Sunday of the Easter Season is always known as Good Shepherd Sunday. We have already been reminded of Jesus’ Divine Mercy. Last week we came to know Jesus […]

  • Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Easter

    A few weeks ago after we celebrated the Resurrection of the Lord, most of us have gone back to a normal routine. We have families to take care of, school […]

  • Homily for the 2nd Sunday of Easter

    Thomas was not in the upper room when Jesus appears and says “Peace be with you.” As a matter of fact The writing thinks one information that it will treat […]

  • An Ancient Homily for Holy Saturday

    Something strange is happening – there is a great silence on earth today, a great silence and stillness. The whole earth keeps silence because the King is asleep. The earth trembled […]

  • Homily for Good Friday

    Once there was a Garden. The serpent asked the woman: “Did God really tell you not to eat from any of the trees in the Garden?” So she took some […]

  • Homily for Holy Thursday

    I’m almost sure there has been a time in each of our lives that a friend has invited us somewhere for some celebration or another. A couple of times we […]

  • Homily for Palm Sunday

    Every time I hear the Passion read as one complete reading, I get the chills. It reminds me of when I met him for the first time. And I remember […]