Browsing the October 2021 archive of Father's Homilies
Homily for the Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 17, 2021
Posted by marguerite noga on 10/18/21
It cannot be that way among you!
To help us understand today’s Scripture, I want to begin with a story from the world of sports. It’s a story about the Olympics that were held in Barcelona in 1992. It was near the end of the men’s four-hundred-meter race ... Read More »
Homily for the Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 10, 2021
Posted by marguerite noga on 10/13/21
Jesus’ formula for success
How would you define success?
A troubled man made an appointment with a rabbi who was known to be wise and gentle. “Rabbi,” said the man, wringing his hands, “I’m a failure. More than half the time I do not succeed in doing what ... Read More »
Homily for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time October 3, 2021
Posted by marguerite noga on 10/04/21
No one is expendable!
This weekend, after a layoff because of the Covid-19 pandemic, our religious education classes are starting again, and our young people are returning. For this reason, I want to begin with the second part of today’s gospel—about children.
Let’s begin with a story. ... Read More »