Monthly Archives: May 2015

Trinity Sunday, 2015

Readings of the Day I remember a classic TV commercial where a guy wakes up early in the morning.  He has a tough time getting his act together. Stumbling around, he just can’t seem to get going until he’s finish shaving, and all of a sudden, he slaps himself silly putting on his after shave.  […]

Homily: Sixth Sunday of Easter, Cycle B

Readings of the Day Don’t go there. How often do we use that phrase? Don’t go there. It’s handy, it’s definite. I use it; you’ve probably heard me use it. It’s a way to keeping a boundary; a way of keeping privacy that you need to have. The implication is that if you go there, […]

Homily: Fifth Sunday of Easter, Cycle B

Readings of the Day A team that built itself to a championship: the Kansas City Royals. Developing players, making good trades for young talent, picking up the occasional veteran, choosing good field leadership and sticking with it. For the 1st 16 years, they were as consistent champs as any in baseball, and without buying it […]