Browsing the November 2022 archive of Father's Homilies
Homily for the Solemnity of Jesus Christ the King November 20, 2022
Posted by marguerite noga on 11/20/22
Do not love from a safe distance!
The story is told of a boy named Sparky. For Sparky school was impossible. He failed every subject in the eighth grade. He flunked physics, Latin, algebra and English in high school. He didn’t do well in sports. He was ... Read More »
Homily for the Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year November 13, 2022
Posted by marguerite noga on 11/14/22
Learning to Notice
Our gospel reading begins with some people noticing something. So, I’d like to focus our reflections on what we notice, what we see, and what we don’t notice.
Let me share a story that gives an example of what I mean. It’s a story about ... Read More »
Homily for the Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time November 6, 2022
Posted by marguerite noga on 11/08/22
Resurrection is real!
Many years ago I went on a tour of beautiful Gothic cathedrals in France. At one of the churches a guide shared a story I never forgot…Back in the Middle Ages a visitor to the area went to the construction site. He asked one ... Read More »