HOMILY FOR THE 2ND SUNDAY OF EASTER YEAR B (DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY) (12) HOMILY THEME: GOD'S MERCY AT WORK

HOMILY FOR THE SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER YEAR B. DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY HOMILY THEME: GOD’S MERCY AT WORK BY: Fr. Cyril Unachukwu CCE   HOMILY: The Easter joy is always at work in our midst; dispelling our fears and doubts, leading us to grow stronger in the faith, assisting us to live out this faith in concrete signs through acts of charity and in all, making us to feel in full our victimhood of Divine Mercy for “humanity will not find peace until it turns trustfully to divine mercy.” May…

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HOMILY FOR THE SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER YEAR B (8) HOMILY THEME: AS THE FATHER HAS SENT ME, SO I SEND YOU

HOMILY FOR THE SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER YEAR B HOMILY THEME: AS THE FATHER HAS SENT ME, SO I SEND YOU BY: Fr. Cosmas Ukadike CM   HOMILY: As we continue to celebrate the glorious resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, we praise him for restoring our hope in God. He joins us in this celebration by his visits to his disciples both individually and collectively, to show that he has truly risen as he said. Today’s gospel presents us with the events of the first and second visits of Jesus to…

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HOMILY/REFLECTION FOR THE SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER YEAR B (7) HOMILY THEME: BELIEVING IS SEEING 

HOMILY/REFLECTION FOR THE SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER YEAR B HOMILY THEME: BELIEVING IS SEEING BY: Fr. Christian Eze   HOMILY: First reading – Acts 4:32-35 Second reading – 1 Jn 5:1-6 Gospel – Jn 20:19-31 One might be tempted to think that there is a typing error in the topic above. Yes because we are used to the saying “seeing is believing” and not “believing is seeing”. There are indeed great differences in the two expressions. One is earthly, the other is heavenly. One is about Faith, the other is about…

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HOMILY FOR THE SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER YEAR B. DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY (2) HOMILY THEME: HIS MERCY ENDURES FOREVER!

HOMILY FOR THE SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER YEAR B. DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY HOMILY THEME: HIS MERCY ENDURES FOREVER! BY: Fr. Mike Lagrimas   HOMILY: John 20:19-31 On Good Friday, Jesus suffered not only extreme physical pain, and worse still, emotional and moral pain. His trusted disciples abandoned him. Judas sold him for thirty pieces of silver. Peter denied him three times. And the rest of the disciples, save John, went into hiding. Just when Jesus needed their help, they failed him. That is why despite the news from reliable witnesses…

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