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Monday, September 18, 2017

09/17/17 Look Like Jesus: The Last Enemy

Homily from the Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

How does Jesus look at death?

There is no need to fear death, because Jesus has conquered death. And yet, do we approach death the way Jesus approached death? Many of us see death as “natural” or something to be avoided. But Jesus saw death as an enemy to be stared down and battled. And yet, Jesus was not immune to death or grief. Jesus allowed death to break His heart, but He did not allow it to break His hope. As disciples, we must do the same.

Mass Readings from September 17, 2017:
Sirach 27:30—28:7
Psalm 103:1-2, 3-4, 9-10, 11-12
Romans 14:7-9
Matthew 18:21-35

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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

09/10/17 Look Like Jesus: Anonymous and Autonomous

Homily from the Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time.

How does Jesus look at the people around me?

The way we look at the world directs the way we live in the world. Our vision of life, God, ourselves, and other people is called to be shaped and guided by the way Jesus sees them. How would my life be different if I looked at the people near me the way that Jesus looks at them?

Mass Readings from September 10, 2017:
Ezekiel 33:7-9
Psalm 95:1-2, 6-7, 8-9
Romans 13:8-10
Matthew 18:15-20

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Monday, September 4, 2017

09/03/17 The Disposition of Discipleship

Homily from the Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Faith is more than "agreement."

Mass Readings from September 03, 2017:
Jeremiah 20:7-9
Psalm 63:2, 3-4, 5-6, 8-9
Romans 12:1-2
Matthew 16:21-27

Monday, August 28, 2017

08/27/17 Inherited or Owned?

Homily from the Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time.

So many people have been "raised Catholic, but..." They have never embraced the inheritance of the Faith they have been given. They may even have the answers to all of the questions, but those who can say "I've been raised Catholic, and..." are those who have actually met the living God. We want to be the kind of community where we don't just "know about" God, but a group of people who have encountered the God who is present when we are honest.

Mass Readings from August 27, 2017:
Isaiah 22:19-23
Psalm 138:1-2,2-3,6,8
Romans 11:33-36
Matthew 16:13-20

Monday, August 14, 2017

08/13/17 Courage and Jesus

Homily from the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Living as a Catholic in this world takes courage. But it also takes the power that only comes from Jesus.

Mass Readings from August 13, 2017:
1 Kings 19:9, 11-13
Psalm 85:9, 10, 11-12, 13-14
Romans 9:1-5
Matthew 14:22-33

Sunday, July 30, 2017

07/30/17 Youths!

Homily from the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Homily given at the Steubenville Youth Conference in Spokane, WA.

What we love determines the course of our lives more than anything else.

Mass Readings from July 30, 2017:
1 Kings 3:5,7-12
Psalm 119:57, 72, 76-77, 127-128, 129-130
Romans 8:28-30
Matthew 13:44-52

Sunday, July 9, 2017

07/09/17 Disciples Make Disciples

Homily from the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Programs can do some good, but only disciples can make disciples. A disciple has allowed Jesus to be the Lord of their learning, their love, and their life.

Mass Readings from July 09, 2017:
Zechariah 9:9-10
Psalm 145:1-2, 8-9, 10-11, 13-14
Romans 8:9, 11-13
Matthew 11:25-30

Monday, June 26, 2017

06/25/17 Two Questions

Homily from the Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

What's your price?

Many people think that witnessing to Christ with one's life is for those who are far away or who lived in another time. But we are asked the same questions every day that the martyrs were asked at the moment of their final witness to Jesus.

Mass Readings from June 25, 2017:
Jeremiah 20:10-13
Psalm 69: 8-10, 14, 17, 33-35
Romans 5:12-15
Matthew 10:26-33

Monday, May 1, 2017

04/30/17 A Blur

Homily from the Third Sunday of Easter.

Life doesn’t have to be an exercise in futility.

We often move from one thing that dominates our time and attention to the next thing that dominates our time and attention. When we realize that Jesus Christ has ransomed us from our sin and from all that dominates our lives, when we realize that He is present and active, when we realize that He is still teaching and feeding us, then we live lives of reverence and meaning.

Mass Readings from April 30, 2017:
Acts 2:42-47
Psalm 16:1-2,5,7-8,9-10, 11
1 Peter 1:17-21
Luke 24:13-35

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Monday, April 24, 2017

04/23/17 Wholehearted: Hole-Hearted

Homily from the Sunday of Divine Mercy.

The healing God wants.

The Little Way of Saint Terese is “little the entire way.” This means coming face to face with struggles and wounds we may battle our entire lives. With our confidence firmly centered on Jesus, we can love God as much as He possibly can be loved by our wounded hearts…by our hearts with holes.

Mass Readings from April 23, 2017:
Acts 2:42-47
Psalm 118:2-4, 13-15, 22-24
1 Peter 1:3-9
John 20:19-31

TO READ THE PROMISES ATTACHED TO THE CHAPLET OF DIVINE MERCY MENTIONED IN THE HOMILY:
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Friday, April 14, 2017

04/14/17 Humiliated

Homily from Good Friday of the Lord's Passion.

More than humbled.

Jesus allows himself to be humiliated for us. Our shame isolated us. And the isolation is often greater when the shame is hidden or exposed but not understood. Jesus embraces both forms of shame. Because of that, we do not need to fear to embrace Him.

Mass Readings from April 14, 2017:
Isaiah 52:13—53:12
Psalm 31:2, 6, 12-13, 15-16, 17, 25
Hebrews 4:14-16; 5:7-9
John 18:1—19:42

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

04/09/17 Wholehearted: You Win

Homily from Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion.

Let that “one more” be you.

One of the primary difficulties for us as Christians is to truly understand our role in the story of Christ’s Passion. Our role is difficult to face. Our role is that “I am responsible for the death of Christ”. But Merciful Love reveals another role we can exercise: we can console Jesus in His agony, suffering, and death. How? We console Jesus by allowing Him to extend the mercy He won for us to us. By trusting Jesus in our weakness…by bringing our sin and our broken hearts to Jesus in Confession, we are giving Him the victory that He gave everything to accomplish. By letting Jesus forgive us in Confession, we are consoling His Heart by not allowing His sacrifice to go to waste on us.

Mass Readings from April 09, 2017:
Isaiah 50:4-7
Psalm 22:8-9, 17-20, 23-24
Phillipians 2:6-11
Matthew 26:14—27:66

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Monday, April 3, 2017

04/02/17 Wholehearted: Even Now

Homily from the Fifth Sunday of Lent.

Love and suffering.

Jesus reveals His heart. He is the God of the broken heart. And Jesus reveals that He is the God who is willing to suffer for the sake of the one He loves. We are called to love Jesus…and to love like Jesus. This means being willing to suffer for the One we love as well. And in this suffering, God will be able to do something to us and do something through us that is only possible in darkness.

Mass Readings from April 02, 2017:
Ezekiel 37:12-14
Psalm 130:1-8
Romans 8:8-11
John 11:1-45

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Monday, March 27, 2017

03/26/17 Wholehearted: Into the Heart

Homily from the Fourth Sunday of Lent.

The Lord looks into the heart.

It is a great sign of humility to not be surprised by weakness. It is a great sign of hope to not be discouraged by weakness. It is a great sign of love to not be stopped by weakness. It is a great sign that one is taking Jesus seriously to not be disqualified by weakness.

Mass Readings from March 26, 2017:
1 Samuel 16:1, 6-7, 10-13
Psalm 23: 1-3, 3B-4, 5, 6
Ephesians 5:8-14
John 9:1-41

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Monday, March 20, 2017

03/19/17 Wholehearted: Unwanted

Homily from the Third Sunday of Lent.

To be seen. To be known. To be wanted.

Because of the wound against trust that has come into all of our hearts, it is difficult to be vulnerable. It is challenging to be vulnerable before other people. And it is incredibly challenging to be vulnerable before God. Because we all know that one can only be loved if a person is beautiful, healthy, strong… "whole”. Due to this, we all carry around a temptation to shame. Only when our shame is named and we allow Jesus to call us out of the shame can we step towards living whole-heartedly.

Mass Readings from March 19, 2017:
Exodus 17:3-7
Psalm 95:1-2, 6-7, 8-9
Romans 5:1-2, 5-8
John 4:5-42

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Monday, March 13, 2017

03/12/17 Wholehearted: The School of Trust

Homily from the Second Sunday of Lent.

Obedience leads to understanding. Trust leads to courage.

Ever since the Fall in the Garden of Eden, our image of God has become distorted. We find that we don’t naturally trust God. We all have the temptation to imagine that God is simply out to eliminate joy and ruin our happiness. And yet, the entire Bible is God’s attempt to win back our trust. Father Michael Gaitley calls this attempt “God’s School of Trust”.

Mass Readings from March 12, 2017:
Genesis 12:1-4
Psalm 33:4-5, 18-19, 20, 22
2 Timothy 1:8-10
Matthew 17:1-9

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Thursday, March 2, 2017

03/01/17 Wholehearted: Go Big. Be Small.

Homily from Ash Wednesday.

Are you trying to prove you are lovable? Does your weakness prove that you aren’t?

Lent is tough. Fasting is tough. Christianity is tough. Jesus reveals that His Heart is soft when it comes to our weakness. If we are willing to come out of hiding and fully give our entire selves to Him, He can make our hearts whole in the midst of our littleness.

Mass Readings from March 01, 2017:
Joel 2:12-18
Psalm 51:3-4, 5-6, 12-13, 14, 17
2 Corinthians 5:20—6:2
Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18

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Monday, February 27, 2017

02/26/17 Two Roads: Master or Disaster: Through the Door

Homily from the Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

The future is one thing we do not need to know to be wise.

If we knew the future, very few of us would make foolish decisions. But very few of us make decisions in the first place. Many people prefer to be carried along by other peoples’ decisions and by the circumstances of life. But wise people make decisions. And they make these wise decisions without knowing the future. Instead, they look at their past, their present, and where they would like to end up. And then they choose. This choice does not have to be a leap…sometimes it is just a step.

Mass Readings from February 26, 2017:
Isaiah 49:14-15
Psalm 62:2-3, 6-7, 8-9
1 Corinthians 4:1-5
Matthew 6:24-34

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Monday, February 20, 2017

02/19/17 Two Roads: Master or Disaster: Apprentice

Homily from the Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Knowledge becomes wisdom through relationship.

If a person is going to craft a life through wisdom, then they will need to find a master craftsman. It is this apprenticeship that helps a person become wise. Whenever it is crucial that a person becomes wise, they always discover someone who can show them how to live wisely. Every excellent life passes through wisdom…and knowledge becomes wisdom through relationship.

Mass Readings from February 19, 2017:
Leviticus 19:1-2, 17-18
Psalm 103:1-2, 3-4, 8, 10, 12-13
1 Corinthians 3:16-23
Matthew 5:38-48

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Monday, February 13, 2017

02/12/17 Two Roads: Master or Disaster: Become Wise

Homily from the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Choosing the Law means choosing interior freedom.

An external guide can be helpful and, at times, necessary. But we are called to move beyond the external boundaries to an internal freedom. By choosing the good, we become more and more free to choose the good. By choosing wisdom, we become wise.

Mass Readings from February 12, 2017:
Sirach 15:15-20
Psalm 119:1-2, 4-5, 17-18, 33-34
1 Corinthians 2:6-10
Matthew 5:17-37

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Monday, February 6, 2017

02/05/17 Two Roads: Master or Disaster: Un-losable

Homily from the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

What happens to wisdom when we lose the un-losable?

If salt loses its taste, it is no longer salt. It has lost something that is un-losable. In the process of becoming wise and crafting a masterpiece, there are a number of important elements. Wisdom requires vision, experience, and memory. But there is one more element that is essential to wisdom…and we have lost it.

Mass Readings from February 5, 2017:
Isaiah 58:7-10
Psalm 112:4-5, 6-7, 8-9
1 Corinthians 2:1-5
Matthew 5:13-16

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Monday, January 30, 2017

01/29/17 Two Roads: Master or Disaster: Fool-ism

Homily from the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

A fool is one who acts but doesn’t know…or one who knows but doesn’t act.

With every passing moment, we are choosing what kind of life we will have lived. God wills for us to choose to live wisely. A person with wisdom has competence and character; they know the right thing to do in any situation and they have the ability to do the right thing in any situation. A fool is the person who either acts without knowing…or knows without acting.

Mass Readings from January 29, 2017:
Zephaniah 2:3; 3:12-13
Psalm 146:6-7, 8-9, 9-10
1 Corinthians 1:26-31
Matthew 5:1-12

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Monday, January 23, 2017

01/22/17 Within Reach

Homily from the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Do God's will, as He wills it, because He wills it.

Holiness is within reach. Everyone baptized has been sanctified and made holy. And it is not difficult to be a Saint. It simply means, by God's grace, doing God's will today.

Mass Readings from January 22, 2017:
Isaiah 8:23—9:3
Psalm 27:1, 4, 13-14
1 Corinthians 1:10-13, 17
Matthew 4:12-23

Monday, January 16, 2017

01/15/17 Called to Be Holy

Homily from the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time.

What is it to be holy?

How does a sinful people live in the presence of an all-holy God? By allowing Him to make us holy and by living on purpose.

Mass Readings from January 15, 2017:
Isaiah 49:3, 5-6
Psalm 40:2, 4, 7-8, 8-9, 10
1 Corinthians 1:1-3
John 1:29-34

Sunday, January 1, 2017

01/01/17 Learn from Your Past

Homily from the Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God.

All moments are key moments.

When we encounter the new year, we may be tempted to ignore our past. But the truly wise person, like Mary, will ponder all that happens in their life and learn from their past.

Mass Readings from January 01, 2017:
Numbers 6:22-27
Psalm 67:2-3, 5, 6, 8
Galatians 4:4-7
Luke 2:16-21

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