Browsing the January 2018 archive of Blog

Browsing the January 2018 archive of Blog

Monsignor Yennock's Homily from January 14, 2018 - What Are You Looking For?

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 1/16/18

WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?

SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JANUARY 14, 2018

CHARLES DE FOUCAULD WAS THE FOUNDER OF THE LITTLE BROTHERS OF THE POOR. AFTER SERVING IN THE SAHARA DESERT FOR SEVERAL YEARS HE WAS VIOLENTLY KILLED FOR THE FAITH.  THIS IS WHAT HE SAID WHEN ASKED ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on Epiphany - Homily from January 7, 2018

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 1/08/18

EPIPHANY 2018 JANUARY 7

WHEN JESUS WAS BORN IN BETHLEHEM WISE MEN FROM THE EAST CAME TO DO HIM HOMAGE. WHO WERE THESE WISE MEN?

THE MAGI AS THEY ARE CALLED WERE A TRIBE OF PRIESTS. WHAT THE LEVITES WERE IN ISRAEL, THE MAGI WERE IN PERSIA. THEY BECAME ... Read More »

Pope Francis: SOLEMNITY OF THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD

Posted by Bob Herz on 1/07/18

HOMILY OF POPE FRANCIS Vatican Basilica Saturday, 6 January 2018  

Three actions of the Magi guide our journey towards the Lord, who today is revealed as light and salvation for all peoples. The Magi see the star, they set out and they bring gifts.

Seeing the star. This is where ... Read More »