Sermons on “John”
Have you ever been broken or consider yourself broken? Have you ever tried to hand over your brokenness to the Lord?
John brings us a metaphor of the grain of wheat. We can hold a grain of wheat in our hand or put it in a bottle and safely put it on a shelf but it remains nothing but a grain.View Sermon
Bill and his wife were driving through the Rocky Mountains when a near-miss with a truck caused their car to swerve off the road and plunge into the Colorado River. After scrambling out of their sinking vehicle, they frantically tread- ed water in the swift currentView Sermon
We are leaving the Christmas season now and entering into “Ordinary Time.” As I have often mentioned to you “Ordinary Time” doesn’t mean “ho-hum” time. The word “ordinary” here comes from the way we count, using ordinal numbers.View Sermon
This weekend marks the Third Sunday of Advent. We call this Sunday “Gaudete” Sunday because today’s Mass begins with the opening antiphon, “Gaudete in Domino semper” (“Rejoice in the Lord always”). Today we light the rose candle of the Advent wreath.View Sermon
What a wonderful focus our liturgies have this weekend! We celebrate “The Body and Blood of Jesus” (Corpus Christi). In the Gospel passage, we hear Jesus using one of His “I AM” statements.View Sermon
Have you considered lately the gifts of the Holy Spirit given to you at your Confirmation? They are in your heart and waiting to be called forth!
The season of Easter is officially over and today we celebrate Pentecost Sunday, the coming of the Holy Spirit!View Sermon
How many can you name from all the years that you’ve listened to the Holy Gospel? Let’s see…There’s “I am the vine, you are the branches,” “I am the way the truth, and the life,” “I am the Good Shepherd,” etc…and this weekend, we hear “I am the gate for the sheep.”View Sermon