YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE 16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (11) HOMILY THEME: THE TRUE SHEPHERD 

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: THE TRUE SHEPHERD BY: Fr. Cyril Unachukwu CCE   HOMILY: SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR B The Lord is our One and True Shepherd and He invites many men and women to collaborate with Him in the pasturing of His flock. Jesus Christ remains a model for our commitment and execution of this honourable task bestowed on us out of God’s benevolence. May all those in position of authority never lose sight of their true model, Jesus…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (10) HOMILY THEME: LEADING AFTER THE MIND OF CHRIST: A RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL CHRISTIANS.

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: LEADING AFTER THE MIND OF CHRIST: A RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL CHRISTIANS. BY: Fr. Clem C. Aladi.   HOMILY: GOSPEL: MARK 6:30-34 … ” his heart was moved with compassion for them, for they were like sheep without a shepherd; and he began to teach them many things.” Mark 6:34. My dearest Children of God, today’s readings reminds us that we are partners with God in the work of shepherding his flock and we are all called to use our God…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (9) HOMILY THEME: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD’S FLOCK

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: SHEPHERDS OF THE LORD’S FLOCK BY: Fr. John Louis   HOMILY: READINGS: Jeremiah 23:1-6/ Ephesians 2:13-18/ Mark 6:30-34 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time The imagery of a shepherd is very important in the history of the Israelites. They saw a shepherd as someone who was courageous to ward off wild beasts and to fight armed robbers who sometimes attacked them. In addition, a shepherd was seen as a person who was vigilant over the flock and selflessly walked distances…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE 16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (8) HOMILY THEME: I WILL ATTEND TO MY SHEEP BY MYSELF; YOU HAVE DISAPPOINTED ME.

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE 16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: I WILL ATTEND TO MY SHEEP BY MYSELF; YOU HAVE DISAPPOINTED ME. BY: Fr. Callistus Emenyonu   HOMILY: READINGS: Jer. 23: 1-6, Ps. 23, Eph. 2: 13-18, Mark 6: 30-34 A shepherd is someone who has heart of love and care to tend to the sheep with patience and devotion. The sheep is seen as an animal that is senseless but docile to the command of the shepherd. It lives as if not with knowledge and waits to be directed…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE 16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (7) HOMILY THEME: WOE TO THE SHEPHERDS WHO DESTROY THE SHEEP.

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE 16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: WOE TO THE SHEPHERDS WHO DESTROY THE SHEEP. BY: Fr. Evaristus Abu   HOMILY: “You have scattered my flock, and have driven them away, and you have not attended to them. Behold, I will attend to you for your evil doings, says the Lord.” Jeremiah 23:2. Why do children need their parents? Why do people need leaders? Why do companies and organizations need chairmen or boards? Why does a nation need a President? Why do sheep need shepherds? The answer…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (6) HOMILY THEME:  THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME:  THE GOOD SHEPHERD BY: Fr. Benny Tuazon   HOMILY: (Mk. 6:30-34) Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time In today’s Gospel which was very much complimented by the other readings, though it is not Good Shepherd Sunday, Jesus is portrayed as the Good Shepherd. After deciding to leave for a while and settle to a far away place with His apostles, they realized that the people followed them and were even way ahead of their destination. Jesus was moved with…

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YEAR B: HOMILY/REFLECTION FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (5) HOMILY/REFLECTION THEME: HAVE CONCERN FOR WHAT IS ENTRUSTED INTO YOUR HANDS

YEAR B: HOMILY/REFLECTION FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME THEME: HAVE CONCERN FOR WHAT IS ENTRUSTED INTO YOUR HANDS BY: Fr. Christian Eze   HOMILY: First reading – Jer 23:1-6 Second reading – Eph 2:13-18 Gospel – Mk 6:30-34 The work of a shepherd like that of any care taker is to pay attention to the sheep entrusted into his/her hands. A good shepherd, a good care taker does not abandon whatever is entrusted into his/her hands. His/her greatest joy is in seeing that the flock is happy. The joy…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (4) HOMILY THEME: LET'S TAKE A BREAK! 

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: LET’S TAKE A BREAK! BY: Fr. Mike Lagrimas   HOMILY: Mark 6:30-34 A man, known for being a philanderer, was being romantic with his wife one day. He said: “Honey, next month will be our Silver Wedding Anniversary. Is there anything special for us?” The wife quickly replied: “Yes. I am going to take you to Africa. It’s a nice place for vacation and adventure.” The man was obviously delighted: “Really? That’s great! What a wonderful way to…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE 16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (3) HOMILY THEME: LORD IS MY SHEPHERD 

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE 16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: LORD IS MY SHEPHERD BY: Fr. Gerald M. Musa   HOMILY: Weekends, particularly, Sundays are days for rest, but a lot of people are so busy 24/7 that neither Sundays nor weekdays make any difference. It is not surprising that many people today are suffering from pathological stress as a result of too much work and commitments. The body is demanding for rest and there seem to be little or no time to listen or respond adequately to…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (2) HOMILY THEME: “Jesus said to them, ‘Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.’ And they went away in the boat to a deserted place by themselves.” (Mark 6:31-32)

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: “Jesus said to them, ‘Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.’ And they went away in the boat to a deserted place by themselves.” (Mark 6:31-32) BY: Fr. Robert deLeon, CSC   HOMILY: “Workers inspecting the structural foundations of the Brooklyn Bridge uncovered a Cold War-era trove of basic provisions that were stockpiled amid fears of a nuclear attack. The stash, discovered in a vault under an entrance ramp, included water drums, canisters of…

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