Homilies

 

Cycle A: Twenty-first Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette csc
On that day, Jesus asked his disciples the most personal question, the only one which he felt worth asking: “Who do you say I am?” After two years of public ministry, he wanted to ascertain whether they knew who he was.
Cycle A: Twentieth Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette csc
Today, the Gospel gives an opportunity to see Jesus falling in admiration for the faith of a foreigner. If we consider attentively what happened on that day, we will find it easier to understand what it means to persevere in faith.
Cycle A: Nineteenth Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette csc
What does it mean to have faith in God?
Cycle A: Eighteenth Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette csc
The first Christians were so impressed by the narrative of the multiplication of loaves that we find it mentioned six times in the four Gospels. Each narrative has its own particular traits. The purpose of today’s Gospel text is to make us realize how the Lord wants us to take our responsibilities in society, in the Church and in the family
Cycle A: Seventeenth Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette csc
During the previous Sundays, we heard some of Jesus’ parables that reveal what the kingdom of God is all about. After reminding us that the same kingdom is evoked by the Word of God and always grows slowly in spite of the fact that there is evil in the world, today Jesus invites us to seek that kingdom with a passionate desire.
Cycle A: Sixteenth Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette csc
The first and the third Readings of the Mass today deal with a constant problem that we have to face in our lives: the inclination to lose patience. Look at your own experience.
Cycle A: Fifteenth Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette csc
The parable of the sower could also be called the parable of the Word of God.

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