Homilies

 

Cycle B: Third Sunday of Lent
Hervé Morissette, csc
I don’t know if you can imagine what happened in Jerusalem on that day when Jesus drove all the merchants out of the Temple. Such a scene had never been seen there before.
Cycle B: Second Sunday of Lent
Hervé Morissette, csc
Ten days ago, we began our spiritual journey towards Easter. This year, our journey is undertaken once again with great hope, the hope that our Christian lives will be renewed in depth.
Cycle B: First Sunday of Lent
Hervé Morissette, csc
Who among us can boast of having given life to him/herself? No one! We have been given life by our parents and we receive it anew every day. Originally, life comes to us from God.
Cycle B: Ash Wednesday
Hervé Morissette, csc
How is it that, in the eyes of Christ, the fundamental characteristic of authentic almsgiving, prayer and fasting is that it is done “in secret”? In other words, why is it that it should not be done to attract the attention of people?
Cycle B: Sixth Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette, csc
There is the most terrible leprosy: : that of the soul. It is the leprosy of sin by which we are all affected in one way or another. That kind of leprosy disfigures our souls and even contaminates others.
Cycle B: Fifth Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette, csc
It is always embarrassing to be praised for qualities we don’t have or to be despised for defects we don’t have. That’s what happens sometimes to each one of us. That’s what happens also to the Church. Some people admire the Church because of its discipline or because of its institutions. However, that is not the most important aspect of the Church.
Cycle B: Fourth Sunday of the Liturgical Year
Hervé Morissette, csc
A special vocation

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