Latest Homilies

First Sunday of Lent

Homily / February 21st, 2021 I grew up on a farm on the east side of Lake Winnebago. I could look out my bedroom window every night and see the sun set over Lake Winnebago. I think of that great body of water as it’s...

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Homily / February 14th, 2021 Leprosy was a big deal in the days of Jesus. It was impossible for someone to get rid of it. You had it for life. If the disease wasn’t bad enough, people believed that it was God’s curse...

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Homily / February 7th, 2021 The first reading is pretty dismal and dreary. It’s downright depressing! It closes with those heavy words, “I shall not see happiness again.” Well isn’t this a good morning...

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary

Homily / January 31, 2021 In today’s Gospel and in other places in the Scriptures, we hear how the people were amazed at how Jesus spoke with authority and not like the scribes and the Pharisees. It shows up often enough...