Browsing the 2020 archive of Homilies

   TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME - October 11, 2020

Posted by Amanda DeSalvatore on 10/15/20

 TWENTY-EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

 

Heaven - is going to surpass all our hopes and expectations. It’s going to be more wonderful - than we can imagine. Because there will be love and joy and peace like we’ve never experienced – it’s hard for God to tell us ... Read More »

Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Amanda DeSalvatore on 9/21/20

 Jesus uses business examples in his preaching because many of his listeners were - in fact - business people.

Several of the apostles were in the fishing business Matthew was a tax collector. Wouldn’t you love to have been there when Jesus spoke this parable to them? They must ... Read More »

TWENTY FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME – A – 2020

Posted by Amanda DeSalvatore on 9/17/20

 

Last week the gospel was about correction – something we love to do – but don’t care to receive.

Today’s gospel is about something we love to receive – but find it hard to do – forgiveness.

 

Peter comes to Jesus with a question about forgiveness. He ... Read More »

Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 2020

Posted by Amanda DeSalvatore on 7/23/20

Homily for Sunday, July 19, 2020

YEAR A

 

Do you ever wonder why God acts the way God does in our world?

A man was suffering from a serious attack of appendicitis.

He hated going to the doctor but his wife insisted that he do so.

The doctor ... Read More »