Pentecost Sunday

Pentecost Sunday

Pentecost Sunday When the evangelist Luke describes the first Pentecost, he tells us that, after experiencing the fullness of the Holy Spirit, the first followers of Jesus came out into public and began speaking– and everyone, no matter their ethnicity or...
The Ascension of the Lord

The Ascension of the Lord

The Ascension of the Lord I don’t know about you, but one sentence in this gospel reading always gets my attention as somehow not quite right.  “When they saw him, they worshipped, but they doubted” (Matthew 28:17).  “They” refers to the apostles, the ones who had...
Sixth Sunday of Easter

Sixth Sunday of Easter

Sixth Sunday of Easter Jesus calls us to obey his commandments–– which means…to love one another–– so that God will be made visible through our lives.   If you were given the task to make something INvisible – VISABLE? How would you accomplish this task? This is what...
The Ascension of the Lord

Fifth Sunday of Easter

Fifth Sunday of Easter The gospel reading we just heard began with Jesus saying to his disciples: “Do not let your hearts be troubled.”  And my immediate response is, “Yeah, Lord, that’s easy for YOU to say!”  Because most of us do have hearts… and most of us do keep...
Fourth Sunday of Easter

Fourth Sunday of Easter

Fourth Sunday of Easter True Shepherd to Abundant Life For this and other homilies and articles, please see Deacon Jeff’s website: www.JoyoftheWord.org What a pleasure it is to be gathered with you as the Mystical Body of Christ, as we continue our Easter Celebration...
The Ascension of the Lord

Third Sunday of Easter

Third Sunday of Easter You may find this hard to believe, but rarely do the gospel texts tell us what to do or believe… and only sometimes do they give us a clear-cut answer. Today’s gospel, occurring on the road to Emmaus, is no different. It doesn’t give us answers,...

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