Father’s Homilies

  • Homily for the Third Sunday OT

    The local weatherman said a few days ago that our days are getting longer by about two minutes a day. You can tell that when you get up in the […]

  • Homily for the Second Sunday OT

    Last week we celebrated the Epiphany, and normally this Sunday we would celebrate the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. But because Christmas and the Feast of Mary the […]

  • Homily for The Octave Day of Christmas, Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God

    This morning (Saturday, December 21, 2022) Bishop Peter sent out a message to the priests of the diocese that Pope Emeritus, Benedict XVI has gone to His Eternal Reward. The […]

  • Homily for Christmas 2022

    During these last several weeks of Advent we have anticipated, with excitement, the coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We know the stories from Scripture about the angels […]

  • Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Advent

    Over the last several weeks of Advent we have been trying to find a pathway or direction that will lead us out of the old and into something new. Many […]

  • Homily for the Second Sunday of Advent

    Last week on the First Sunday of Advent we were challenged by the thought that we have a choice in living the way it always used to be compared to […]

  • Homily for the First Sunday of Advent

    To go from Thanksgiving to Christmas to New Year’s Day brings us full circle when trying to figure out how we want to approach this time of year again. There’s […]

  • Homily for the Thirty-Fourth Sunday OT

    One of the hardest questions we all have asked ourselves has to do with the existence of evil. “If God is so all loving and good, why is it that […]

  • Homily for the Thirty-Third Sunday OT

    “Are we there yet?” I am sure that most parents and most children have heard the phrase “Are we there yet?” It is an amusing question young children ask as […]

  • Homily for the Thirty-Second Sunday OT

    One of the rules we had in our house growing up, was that you had to eat all the food on your plate before you could be excused. For those […]