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Homilies

Sun, 10/27/2019
Rev. Mr. Gary Scott, Deacon
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Deserving God Do we deserve God? That is today’s question. We have the familiar story of the proud Pharisee and the humble tax collector. The Pharisee, a respected, religious man, a man well versed in scripture and what God requires of us. He is certain that he has done all Read More...
Wed, 09/22/2021
Rev. Mr. Gary Scott, Deacon
25th Week in Ordinary Time
The Steward Of all of the parables that Jesus gives us, the one today for me is the oddest. It doesn’t seem to fit. All of His other stories have a moral message in which the protagonist does some good thing whether small like finding the lost coin or large Read More...
Thu, 08/08/2019
Rev. Mr. Gary Scott, Deacon
23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Twenty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C What Jesus says in today’s Gospel is pretty shocking. To be a follower of Jesus you must “hate” your mother and father. Now, there are a lot of homilies that say that hate really means to like less. There are others that Read More...
Tue, 05/01/2018
Rev. Msgr. Donald Enzweiler
5th Week of Easter
The message in today's gospel is "do not be afraid". Jesus encourages his disciples to be at peace. He tries to prepare them for what lies ahead.  He senses their hearts will be troubled. He assures them that what is about to happen to him will not be what is Read More...
Sun, 04/29/2018
Rev. Msgr. Donald Enzweiler
5th Sunday of Easter
When was the last time you were under the influence? Before you get the wrong idea and assume I talking about the consumption of alcohol…. which I'm not….. I'm speaking here of spiritual matters. When was the last time you were under the influence of the Holy Spirit? There are Read More...
Fri, 04/27/2018
Rev. Msgr. Donald Enzweiler
4th Week of Easter
Our hearts become troubled by many things: fears and anxieties, the state of situations in our world, family problems, inner struggles, people who make our lives difficult, violence and destruction, hatred and sin. The disciples' hearts were troubled because Jesus was leaving them and he tells them they couldn't join Read More...
Tue, 04/24/2018
Rev. Msgr. Donald Enzweiler
4th Week of Easter
It is said that seeing is believing. However, this just doesn't work for the Jews. They see Jesus.  They hear him speak.  They witness his signs and miracles. They see how people respond to him.  Even so, they do not believe. They refuse to accept his is the Son of Read More...
Mon, 04/23/2018
Rev. Msgr. Donald Enzweiler
4th Week of Easter
Jesus was fond of using shepherd imagery as he proclaimed the good news. It was something the people could understand. Shepherds were a common sight. Tending flocks of sheep was a year round, every day responsibility. This is also a carryover from the Old Testament. Many times we hear that Read More...