Homily

Solemnity of Christ the King – Nov 2021

Introduction:  The Church’s liturgical year concludes with this feast of Christ the King, instituted by Pope Pius XI in 1925 to celebrate the Jubilee Year and the 16th centenary of the Council of Nicaea. Instituting this […]

Homily

19th Sunday Ordinary Time-Year B

In our Gospel reading today, Jesus links show the connection between the bread of life that he gives to those who believe in him and the manna that God gave to the wandering people in […]

Homily

18th Sunday Ordinary time – Year B

Last week, we saw how Jesus fed the people with the bread of life but when they came back the next day for more, he said to them, “do not work for perishable food, work […]

Homily

Homily for Fourth Sunday of Lent – Year B

Theme: Accepting or Rejecting the Light The fourth Sunday of Lent is sometimes called Laetare Sunday. Laetare is a Latin word that means “rejoice”. Even as we observe the discipline and sacrifices of Lent, we […]

Blessed Virgin Mary

Solemnity of the Annunciation

The feast of the Annunciation, now recognized as a solemnity, was first celebrated in the fourth or fifth century. Its central focus is the Incarnation: God has become one of us. From all eternity God […]

Homily

Ash wednesday, Year A

‘The candle that is just smoking, not lit, still has life in it; it still has hope in it. If a neighbour, family member or friend is in a very bad situation or mood, our […]