HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL, YEAR A (1) HOMILY THEME: WHAT THEY ARE WE CAN BECOME

HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL, YEAR A HOMILY THEME: WHAT THEY ARE, WE CAN BECOME BY: Fr. Munachi Ezeogu HOMILY: Like every other institution which finds time to celebrate her founding fathers and pillars, today, the Church as an institution celebrates her own pillars upon which the Church was built. Saints Peter and Paul are regarded as the two pillars of the Church because of the great roles they played in the establishment of the Church of Rome which is today, the headquarters of the Catholic…

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HOMILY FOR THE PALM/PASSION SUNDAY, YEAR A,B,C HOMILY Theme: What Is the Name of Your Donkey?

HOMILY FOR THE PALM/PASSION SUNDAY, YEAR A,B,C By: Fr. Munachi Ezeogu, CSSp SECTION ONE Commemoration of the Lord’s Entry into Jerusalem HOMILY Theme: What Is the Name of Your Donkey? Year A: Matt 21:1-11, Year B: Mark 11:1-10 or John 12:12-16, Year C: Luke 19:28-40 HOMILY: What different story would we be telling today if the unnamed owners of the donkey had refused to give it up? Maybe we would have no story of the triumphal entry, at least not in the way Jesus wanted it. No matter how unknown…

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Homily for the Second (2nd) Sunday of Lent, Year A Theme: Stop Being Afraid

By: Fr. Munachi Ezeogu, CSSp Genesis 12:1-4, 2 Timothy 1:8-10, Matthew 17:1-9 On the Gospel, Stop Being Afraid HOMILY: There is a mysterious story in 2 Kings that can help us understand what is happening in the transfiguration. Israel is at war with Aram, and Elisha the man of God is using his prophetic powers to reveal the strategic plans of the Aramean army to the Israelites. At first the King of Aram thinks that one of his officers is playing the spy but when he learns the truth he…

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