Monthly Archives: September 2016

Homily: 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C

Readings of the Day “If you build it, they will come.” Have you heard that line when you were standing in the middle of a cornfield? “If you build it, they will come.” Some one heard that and his world changed. It changed for him; it changed for his family; it changed for the people […]

Homily: 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C

Readings of the Day There was a religious brother who worked at a small Catholic College in a small town. It had a lovely little campus dominated by the chapel with a water tower nearby. A Brother worked there for most of his life, living in community and being a jack of all trades, fixing […]

Homily: 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C

Readings of the Day “Once you travel the dark path, forever will it rule your destiny!” Anyone recognize where this comes from? It’s from the Star Wars movies, where master Yoda is teaching Luke how to be a Jedi knight. There is the Force and then there is the Dark Side of the Force, and […]

Homily: 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C

Readings of the Day There was a young man who had some choices to make. He was an intellectual and a poet, had begun a promising career as an actor. His family had known some sorrow: his older brother and mother had died while the young man was still a child, and his father was […]