Homilies from June, 2020

Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Homily / June 28th, 2020 I had the funeral Mass for my sister-in-law last Friday. She died of cancer at the age of 61. If that isn’t sad enough, she retired from her job about three weeks ago, only to find out in her...

Corpus Christi

Homily / June 14th, 2020 When we hear of the body and blood of Christ, like we do in the readings today, we think of Communion, the Eucharist. And especially after being away from receiving the Eucharist throughout the...

The Most Holy Trinity

Homily / June 7th, 2020 I had a wedding yesterday. It was not the first wedding for either the bride or the groom. Because of that and because they are a humble couple, not wanting a big show for this wedding, we decided to...

Pentecost Sunday

Homily / May 31, 2020 After my car accident last summer, I spent a number of weeks and months healing. In that time, it was very interesting for me to learn how the human body works. For example, one injury I sustained was a...