The role of every Christian Community
Tuesday after Epiphany In today’s homily, Fr. Ron reflects on what the responsibility of every Christian community and therefor every person in them through the story in today’s gospel of the multiplication of the loaves and fish. Lots of people The role of every Christian Community
Get prepared to act on what’s happening
Wednesday of the Fourth Week of Advent Today’s gospel is Luke’s account of the birth of John the Baptist in Luke’s gospel. The people assumed his name would be Zachariah, but Elizabeth named him John which shocked people because there Get prepared to act on what’s happening
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph
Mass for the Epiphany of the Lord was recorded on December 27, 2020 Prayer for Spiritual Communion: My Jesus,I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.I love You above all things,and I desire to receive You into The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph
Two strong women working in solidarity
Monday of the Fourth Week of Advent Today’s readings anticipate the joy we will experience when Jesus comes to us at Christmas including the gospel of the annunciation. Fr. Ron reflects on why he loves this gospel so much. Many Two strong women working in solidarity
Being inclusive to bring Christ to the world
Thursday of the Third Week of Advent Fr. Ron reflects on our logo and vision to be an open community that is not closed in. Being inclusive is found in today’s Gospel. Fr. Ron reflects on the genealogy describes in Being inclusive to bring Christ to the world
How to build bridges instead of barriers
Fr. Ron reflects on today’s First Reading from Numbers. The leader fears the Israelites because they are different. He fears the unknown. He sends Balaam to deal with them, but Balaam is religious. He doesn’t fear them, but rather wants How to build bridges instead of barriers
Being thankful to be able to live our faith
Wednesday of the 34th Week in Ordinary Time Today’s Responsorial Psalm is from revelation: “How great and wonderful are all your works.” The verses has all of creation praising God for his goodness and sings of how God brings justice Being thankful to be able to live our faith
What does it mean for Jesus to come into your house?
Tuesday of the 33r Week in Ordinary Time Saint Luke uses the word “today” 11 times in Gospel. In today’s Gospel, we hear the story of Jesus coming to Zaccheus in a tree. He says, “Come down for today I What does it mean for Jesus to come into your house?
Why nurturing friendships should be a higher priority
Thursday of the 32nd Week in Ordinary Time Today, Fr. Ron reflects gift of friendship and the curious ways they are sometimes formed based on today’s first letter from St. Paul to Philemon. Friendship is the school of morality. It’s Why nurturing friendships should be a higher priority
What it means to show inclusivity for all
Wednesday of the 32nd Week in Ordinary Time Today’s gospel tells Luke’s account of Jesus healing the ten people with leprosy where the samaritan comes back to thanks Jesus. Fr. Ron reflects on how this shows the inclusivity of Luke’s What it means to show inclusivity for all
Treating others as more important than yourself
Tuesday of the 31st Week in Ordinary Time In today’s First reading, St. Paul writes that Jesus Christ, even though he was in the form of God, was not in equality of God. Jesus emptied himself taking the form of Treating others as more important than yourself
What is Father Ron’s favorite reading for funeral liturgies?
All Souls Day Today we celebrate the feast of the commemoration of all souls where ke keep the memory and continue to grieve for our departed loved ones. In today’s homily, Father Ron reflects on the memorial board at St. What is Father Ron’s favorite reading for funeral liturgies?