FATHER’S DAY is not a Day for Priests!

Father’s Day Homily
12th Sunday of the Year – B

It is a strong temptation to include priests in wishing men “Happy Father’s Day”. Fr. Bill talks about why it is more important and appropriate to exclude priests and focus more on the Fathers in our midst.

A Spoonful of Sugar…Makes the Seed Grow

The Parables of Jesus
Homily – 11th Sunday of the Year – B
Mark 4:26-34

Jesus, like the character Mary Poppins, often spoke through metaphor and innuendo, rarely explaining their meaning, but leaving it to our thoughts and reflections, nourished by the details of the Gospel that He taught. Fr. Bill talks about the wide variety of parables Jesus told, why he told them, and why He rarely explained their meaning.

DO PETS GO TO HEAVEN?

Homily for Corpus Christi Sunday

What does the Holy Eucharist, Ancient Paganism and our Desire to see our beloved Pets in Heaven all have in common?

Fr. Bill explains in his homily for the Celebration of Corpus Christi Sunday.

Love That is Conditional

Homily for the 6th Sunday of Easter – B
John 15:9-17

We value the virtue of Love. We celebrate Jesus’ Unconditional Love; but do we realize that the Love Jesus requires of us is NOT “Unconditional” There are Conditions to that Love Jesus calls us to.

Fr. Bill talks about what those Conditions are that Jesus wants of us when he tells us to “Love One Another”

A Carpenter, NOT a Shepherd

Homily – 4th Sunday of Easter
“Good Shepherd Sunday”
YEAR OF ST. JOSEPH
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Acts 4:8-12
John 10:11-18

Jesus was not a Shepherd, but a Carpenter. Fr. Bill talks about how Jesus as the Good Shepherd is a part of Christian Mythology, that speaks to a greater truth about our Faith.

DOES JESUS STILL NEED TO EAT? – Simple Concepts

Homily
3rd Sunday of Easter – B
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1 John 2:1-5
Luke 24:35-48

Jesus ate in the presence of his Disciples but, being human, does Jesus still need to eat?

Fr. Bill discusses two simple concepts regarding faith and how St. Joseph is a prime example of fidelity to both.

THE ASCENSION OF ST. JOSEPH – Easter Sunday, 2021

Homily for Easter Sunday
Year of St. Joseph

“Jesus descended into hell
and on the Third Day He Rose Again…”
— Apostles Creed

HALTING THE CANCEL CULTURE – The Importance of Knowing Your History

Homily – 4th Sunday of Lent – B

Ignorance of History has led to the Cancel Culture that has diseased our society, in which an elite few have accentuated the worst parts of history in order to define our Church, Culture and Nation.

Fr. Bill speaks of how knowing our History is a key component in canceling the Cancel Culture and how St. Joseph personifies the history of Israel, and therefore encompasses the importance of History itself.