Deacon Tim • Sermon • • 10 views
What We Celebrate Today Today we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. We have a touching story in the Gospel, one that reminds us that families are imperfect. Even the Holy Family. As was the custom, the family traveled from Nazareth to Jerusalem, about a three-day walk.…
The Aaronic blessing came to us through God's Son being born among us and the Spirit's making us children of God, completing the circle of love. But outwardly Mary and Joseph were a normal humble family with - especially in the case of Mary - an inner secret they turned over in private. . Thus Mary as our mother, since we are siblings of Jesus through the Spirit, can enable us to carry out our callings with humility, faith, trust, and faithfulness, filling the mother-hole that many of us have.
Latin Mass 2020
Rev. Brendan McGrath • Sermon • • 19 views
LESSON: The Mysteries of the Season The liturgical season of Christmas, in its rather compact twenty-day time-frame, nevertheless, provides us with a copious number of sacred mysteries to contemplate. On Christmas Day itself, the three Masses give us various aspects of the Incarnation to ponder, the…
Latin Mass 2020
Rev. Brendan McGrath • Sermon • • 17 views
LESSON: God uses evil to bring about good On this last Sunday of the Year of Our Lord two thousand and twenty, I think we can truly declare this to be an “ annus horribilis ”. People have lost their jobs, or their businesses, individuals have been separated from their family members, some unable to be…
Rev Rod • Sermon • • 17 views
Jesus is with you, in every situation and circumstance, until the very end. Go confidently from this series with some applicable tools and a greater understanding of dealing with fear and its effects.