Fr. Bill preaches on the different accounts of John the Baptist between the Four Gospels and what we can learn about the possible historical dynamic between Jesus, John and their respective followers, and the final resolution regarding both men’s role in the overall plan of God.
Advent marks the beginning of the New Year, 2023 for the Catholic Church. Fr. Bill preaches on the Eucharistic Renewal and New Year’s resolutions that can help our celebration of the Eucharist become fuller, more vibrant and more substantial as we await Christ’s Return in Glory.
Pagans saw time and history as an endless cycle. Jewish (and Christian) people see time and history as linear.
Fr. Bill preaches on the Solemnity of Christ the King, the end of the Year 2022, and how we prepare for Christ’s Second Coming by looking Backwards to the previous year, in preparation of the year ahead.
Fr. Bill preaches on the contentious subject of “marriage” and our obligation, in the face of modern culture, to defend and emulate the sacrament and institution of Marriage as God intended it to be. He makes use of a surprising analysis in offering a proposal on how we, as Followers of Christ, can continue to preach and advocate for Marriage in a compelling way.
Zacchaeus is more than a Little Man who Climbed a Tree to see Jesus. He is a Hated Tax Collector Who Stood His Ground against the Prejudices and Hatred the People had towards him. Fr. Bill preaches about how Zacchaeus Stood His Ground, Defended Himself against those who Hated Him, and in so doing, Defended Jesus who asked Hospitality from Him.
What is God’s Language in your Home?
Fr. Bill preaches on the reverence the Biblical Authors had for the language in which the Bible was written, and how we should have reverence for the language which we speak and in which God has chosen to communicate his Holy Word to us down through the centuries to our time and place today.