Homily

4th Sunday of Advent, Year C

Our mother church can never celebrate the role of Mary in the life and mission of Christ enough. In today’s liturgy of the word, God demonstrats through David and Mary that human beings can and […]

Homily

3rd Sunday of Advent, Year C

Today is known as ‘Gaudete Sunday’. The word ‘gaudete’ means rejoice. Today is otherwise known as the ‘Rose Sunday’. The basis for the rose and for rejoicing is that the Lord is near. We are […]

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2nd Sunday, Advent, Year C

The first reading today is from the prophet Baruch. This book is not considered by the Hebrews to be part of their Bible. It is instead, considered as an apocryphal literature.  Apocryphal books or literature […]

Homily

1st Sunday of advent year C

The word “advent” comes from Latin, advenio meaning “the coming”. It begins with a call to vigilance. Scripture passages refer to the invitation, for instance Matthew says, Therefore, stay awake! For you do not know […]

Homily

Feast of Christ the King 2018

The Feast of Christ the King was established by Pope Pius XI in 1925 as an antidote to secularism, a way of life which leaves God out of man’s thinking and living and organizes his […]