28th February, 2021

Homily for the Second Sunday of Lent, Year B In today’s liturgy of the Word, on the second Sunday of Lent, we heard about two mountains: Moriah and Tabor. In the first reading, we heard a very dramatic story about Abraham and his only beloved son Isaac. As we heard, God put Abraham to the […]

Homily for Ash Wednesday 2021

Perhaps today as we begin another Lent in our lives, some of us may ask ourselves: What is this holy season for me? What does this mean for my personal faith and the faith of the entire Church? We know that the time of Lent is a time of penance and conversion. The Liturgy of […]

Homily 14th February, 2021

  Homily for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B There are only a few thoughts I wanted to share with you after reading and pondering today’s gospel. A week ago, we heard the gospel of the healing of Simon’s mother-in-law, and today we are witnessing a slightly different, but equally spectacular miracle of […]

Homily 7th February, 2021

Homily for 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B I think that after listening to this Gospel, each of us has a similar impression that it is very alive and full of spectacular actions God’s Word. And I think if I asked each of you what title we could give to this Gospel, our suggestions […]

Homily 31st January, 2021

Homily for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time A In today’s first reading from the Book of Deuteronomy, we heard God’s promise of calling new prophets who – after Moses’ death – will take over his mission and duties, becoming like him the voice of God and spiritual guides of the Chosen People. As we […]

Homily 24th January, 2021

Homily for the 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time A Since at least two of today’s readings tell us about a vocation, I wanted to share with you my reflection on this special gift that I also discovered many years ago. Since I became a priest, people very often – mainly young people – ask me […]