This morning we heard an interesting Gospel of how these little children asked people to do things but they didn't do it. What I'm reminded of is Tolkien (yes Lord of the Rings made my homily!) and how he focused on the small characters, making them key players in the story. For example, the hobbits … Continue reading The small ways God speaks to us
Here is the latest bible study I did for St. Margaret enjoy! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1OcBwwZHv5SY8NqgmviBDntuFXcx3UBu-VFuna8qYscI/edit?usp=sharing
Today we celebrate the great feast of the Exultation of the Holy Cross. It is actually one of my favorite feasts of the year. I believe it was the first time I was scheduled to serve at St. Joseph Seminary. I was assigned as thurifer, and I was really nervous. So much so that I … Continue reading Feast of the Exultation of the Holy Cross
23rd Sunday in ordinary time, my homily.
This morning we hear about the busy day of Jesus, he begins by healing Simon's mother in law, then he heals many people who came to him and cast out demons. But then it says that he went to a deserted place, but the people continued to look for him when he left. Our lives … Continue reading Times of Silence in our busy lives
Here is my bible study for week 4, we covered the rapture 6 of the seven seals, and the 144000. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wL1aOBZQgaXYN2RZ_DoCfo-WlSy8TAgpkUcdfOqSAY8/edit?usp=sharing