Bulletins and Homilies

Bulletins

Our publisher archives our bulletins for us in a PDF format.  If you would like to read the most recent bulletin or receive the bulletin via email each week, input your email address on their page HERE.

Homilies

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Good to be back reading the Gospel! June, July a busy time for Youth Ministry Vacation Bible School Our Boy Scout Troop 48, week of summer camp iServe: two days of prayer and community service   If I were big user of social media, you would have seen all that...

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16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

“Martha, Martha, you are anxious and worried about many things. There is need of only ‘ONE’ thing. Mary has chosen the better part and it will not be taken from her.”   What are we to understand from this Gospel from Luke? Is there a better way to understand OR...

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14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

One of the most dangerous things someone can do is to attempt to make a great sequel out of an already great movie.  We can all think of instances when they should have stopped with the first one.  The one that popped instantly to mind for me, and I’ll keep this at a...

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13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Please raise your hand if you were baptized as an infant and have considered yourself a Christian your whole life (pause).  Looks like that is most people here today.  In just a few moments, (infant’s name: Vincent, Emilio, Reyna) will join us as a Christian through...

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The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

Rituals are a common everyday occurrence in our lives. There are academic rituals, such as commencements and convocations. Common civil rituals include inaugurations or speeches like the State of the Union Address. Family rituals are numerous, from birthday parties...

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The Most Holy Trinity

The Most Holy Trinity

We just heard Jesus start this gospel passage by saying to his disciples, “I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear it now.”  It sounds like Jesus is protecting his disciples from some unbearable news—but we all know they eventually had to face it.  The...

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