Before I get into this review, I just want to mention that I may start to discuss some books, movies, tv shows, etc. on my blog just to share my thoughts they are going to be more casual in nature but just something to keep the blog alive and active. Once I leave my parish … Continue reading Mistaken Identity Book Review
Greetings here is my bible study for week 3 enjoy! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1aiGLvhJmWASeG1Gikpx9fF35H1yqejihN6CCErdVlUA/edit?usp=sharing
In our society, we can have an obsession with numbers and what they signify. Of course, six and 13 are numbers to stay away from, and seven is an excellent number. Almost everyone I've talked to will tell me 7 means perfection, wholeness, etc. They aren't wrong but there is a meaning to the word … Continue reading The Biblical Number Seven
Today's gospel is a well known one, the laborers all getting the same wage despite the fact that some worked 9 hours and others only worked 1 hour. Putting aside any possible economic lessons for this Gospel I suggest that Jesus may be teaching us to be grateful for the gifts we are given and … Continue reading Be grateful for God’s gifts
My homily for the weekend. Just to let you know I preach without notes so you may notice I become slightly repetitive, but it turned out well.
To give you a taste of my upcoming homily this weekend, here is the qoute which inspired my homily this weekend. A beautiful one from St. John Chrysostom one of the most important early Church fathers. Have you understood? When the disciples entreated him the Lord put them off but when the woman herself cried … Continue reading St. John Chrysostom on this Wekeends readings
This week we covered the Mass as found in Revelation at my Bible Study. Consider these two quotes as it relates to the Mass and Revelation Vatican II: "Sacrosanctum Concilium" 8. In the earthly liturgy we take part in a foretaste of that heavenly liturgy which is celebrated in the holy city of Jerusalem toward … Continue reading Two Quotes for your Consideration