Insights from Deacon Mathew: November 14, 2021

Homily from Sunday November 14th -33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time With the approach next Sunday of the Feast of Christ the King and the end of the Liturgical Year, our readings this Sunday take on an ‘end times’ feel. Bible scholars are of the opinion that St Mark has in mind the Christians under persecution … Continue reading Insights from Deacon Mathew: November 14, 2021

Insights from Fr. Dan: October 24, 2021

Homily from Sunday October 24th – 30th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Aren’t you moved by the faith (the confidence in Jesus) that Bartimaeus has in his insistent cry for Jesus to have mercy on him even though others constantly try to keep him off to the side? Of course, this is a perennial problem that … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: October 24, 2021

Insights from Fr. Dan – October 3, 2021

Homily from Sunday October 03rd – 27th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME “In 1981 -- Prince Charles got married-Liverpool was crowned soccer champions of Europe-Australia lost the Ashes Tournament-The Pope was shot” “In 2005 -- Prince Charles got married-Liverpool was crowned soccer champions of Europe-Australia lost the Ashes Tournament-The Pope died” “The next time Charles gets … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan – October 3, 2021

Insights from Deacon Mathew: September 12

Homily from Sunday September 12th - 2th Sunday in Ordinary Time WHO IS JESUS TO ME? Today’s Gospel focuses on: The identity of JesusThe prediction of the death and resurrection of Jesus” andTeaching on discipleship. All three aspects are intimately connected. Jesus today asks the most fundamental question to disciples “Who do you say that … Continue reading Insights from Deacon Mathew: September 12