I’ve been remiss in not posting homilies the last few weeks, due to travel, due to other commitments, due to not preaching, etc. Anyways, reflected a bit on the readings from the 8th Sunday in OT, and then added my homilies from the 6th and 7th Sundays. Thanks for listening.
How do we walk with others along the road of discipleship, especially when the other might feel isolated or on the fringe of the Church’s life…
This past Monday, Deacon Larry and I concluded our sessions on the Creed, looking at the ending section on the Holy Spirit and the petitions at the end of the Nicene Creed. Homilies will return shortly, we are doing Anointing of the Sick at Masses last weekend and next, so very brief remarks there. God Bless.
Deacon Larry and I continue our romp through the Creed, this week looking at the section on Jesus and what it means that He is truly God and truly man. Leave questions or comments below!
This weekend, we celebrated the anniversary of the establishment of the parish of St. John Neumann, so the homily reflects a ‘state of the parish,’ as it were. God Bless
Deacon Larry and I continue our discussions on the Creed, on the Trinity, Early Christian Heresies, etc., as part of our ongoing four part series on the development and theology of the Creed. If there are parts that are a bit jarring, I tried to cut out some dead time or time when a question was asked but was not very audible through the microphone. Please leave a comment or question for further clarification. God Bless
The Early Church grew and developed in a markedly Roman World, which had a significant impact on their development of the Creed and their belief systems. I look at that impact while Deacon Larry looks at other early credal statements from the writings of St. Paul and the Didache.
My homily for Christmas. God Bless, everyone!
My remarks for the Fourth Sunday of Advent, as delivered at St. John Neumann, Cincinnati.