Posts Tagged ‘homily’

Throwback Thursday: University Mass for Life Homily

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

October is Respect Life Month and over the next few Thursdays, beginning with this homily I gave last year, I would like to share with you some past reflections on the great issue of our time – the value and dignity of every human life.  In our efforts to build up a culture of life, […] [Read more]

Homily: Mass for 175th Anniversary of Saint Matthew the Apostle Parish

Sunday, November 1st, 2015

The context for our liturgy this morning is the 175th Anniversary of Saint Matthew the Apostle Parish. We come together to recognize the particular expression of our Catholic faith that this parish represents in the life of the Church in our part of the world. It is particularly appropriate that our celebration takes place on […] [Read more]

Homily: Episcopal Ordination of Bishop-elect Mario Dorsonville

Monday, April 20th, 2015

At this point in the liturgy, the ritual calls for the bishop to address the clergy, the people and the bishop-elect on the duties of a bishop. In line with that ancient exhortation, I ask you, the faithful gathered in this cathedral church, to reflect on what we are about to do. First, as the […] [Read more]