Homily for All Saints Day 2020

Stained Glass Window in the Choir Gallery of St. Edward’s Church depicting St. Peter, St. Edward and St. Paul Holiness of life is not the privilege of a chosen few – it is the obligation, the call, and the will of God for every Christian Once I read such a funny story about a little […]

25th October, 2020

Homily for 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A Very often, when we make the most important decisions in our life, we first look for criteria that help us take the right steps. For some people, this criterion is freedom or independence, for others self-satisfaction or security. In today’s Gospel Jesus draws our attention to […]

18th October, 2020

“Give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar – and to God what belongs to God” Homily for 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A My guess is that each of us, including me, likes to receive various compliments. We like it when other people – especially publicly – appreciate our intelligence, wisdom, talents and […]

11th October, 2020

Homily for 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A Yesterday I thought to myself that the parable we just heard in today’s gospel might seem a bit strange to us because it doesn’t fit the present situation in which we live. I think that if today Jesus wanted to use a parable about the wedding […]

October 4th, 2020

Still of the young St. Francis of Assisi from the film Brother Sun, Sister Moon Homily for the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A As we remember, today we heard the third parable, the plot of which takes place in a vineyard. Jesus used this beautiful image and example of the vineyard very often […]

27th November, 2020

Homily for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time My boy, you go and work in the vineyard today We have just heard another parable about the vineyard, which contains a message and a deep lesson for each of us. This time the heroes of Jesus’ story are two brothers who responded completely differently to their […]