HOMILY FOR THE LAST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING (12) HOMILY THEME: THE SHEPHERD KING

HOMILY FOR THE LAST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. HOMILY THEME: THE SHEPHERD KING BY: Fr. Cyril Unachukwu CCE     HOMILY: We have gradually come to the last Sunday of this Liturgical Year celebrating today the Solemnity of Christ the King. The Solemnity of Christ the King points our attention not only to the identity of Christ as the King of the Universe but also to the goal of the Christian Life, to live and reign with Him forever. May our earthly journey as sons and daughters of…

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HOMILY FOR THE FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI (11) HOMILY THEME: INHERITING THE KINGDOM

HOMILY FOR THE FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI HOMILY THEME: INHERITING THE KINGDOM BY: Fr Cornelius Livingstone Ikemba Ighofosebb   HOMILY: Gospel text (Mt 25,31-46): Jesus said to his disciples, «When the Son of Man comes in his glory with all his angels, He will sit on the throne of his Glory. All the nations will be brought before him, and as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats, so will He do with them, placing the sheep on his right and the goats on his left. »The King will…

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HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI (10) HOMILY THEME: A STRANGE KING, A STRANGE KINGDOM, BUT A BRAVE TYPE TO BE PRAISED

HOMILY FOR THE THIRTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING HOMILY THEME: A STRANGE KING, A STRANGE KINGDOM, BUT A BRAVE TYPE TO BE PRAISED BY: Fr. Christian Eze     HOMILY: First reading – Ezk 34:11-12. 15-17 Second reading – 1 Cor 15:20-26.28 Gospel – Matt 25:31-46 The kingship of Jesus is not of this world. In the eyes of the world, it appears absurd. Imagine this type of a king: – The king in heaven who chose to become a slave on earth…

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HOMILY FOR THE THIRTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI (9) HOMILY THEME: JESUS AS OUR SHEPHERD-KING.

HOMILY FOR THE THIRTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI. HOMILY THEME: JESUS AS OUR SHEPHERD-KING. BY: Fr. Cosmas Ukadike   HOMILY: God’s word presents us with a king whose preoccupation is the shepherding of his flock to greener pastures. The Lord our king as presented in today’s first reading, promises to personally care for his people as the Shepherd cares for the sheep (Ezel 34,11-12, 15-17). This is a reflexion of the personality of the king we have. One who is loving and caring. The…

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HOMILY FOR THE LAST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING (8) HOMILY THEME: THE CARING AND LOVING KING OF KINGS

HOMILY FOR THE THIRTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING. HOMILY THEME: THE CARING AND LOVING KING OF KINGS BY: Rev Fr Joseph Nyarko Asare     HOMILY: Ezk 34:11-12, 15-17 Ps 23 1Cor 15:20-26, 28 Mt 25:31-46 For once, I picked the dictionary to check the word “King”, a word freely used and taken for granted. The result of my check was the following, “The male ruler of an independent state, especially one who inherits the position by right of birth. Synonyms of the word…

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HOMILY FOR THE 34TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. SOLEMNITY OF OUR LORD JESUS KING OF THE UNIVERSE (7) HOMILY THEME: THE KINGSHIP OF CHRIST

HOMILY FOR THE 34TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. SOLEMNITY OF OUR LORD JESUS, KING OF THE UNIVERSE HOMILY THEME: THE KINGSHIP OF CHRIST BY: Fr. Benny Tuazon     HOMILY: (Mt. 25:31-46) In the day’s Gospel, the Solemnity of Christ the King, the culmination of the Liturgical Year of the Church, Jesus is confronted by Pilate regarding His kingship. In the end, He revealed Himself as the one who will testify to the truth. He is the King of Truth. When Jesus was hanged on the cross, Pilate…

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HOMILY FOR THE THIRTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING (6) HOMILY THEME: HE IS ALL AND IN ALL

HOMILY FOR THE THIRTY-FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING. HOMILY THEME: HE IS ALL AND IN ALL BY: Fr. Gerald M. Musa HOMILY: _____________________________________These days, the concept of kings and kingdoms is not as popular as it used to be in years past. Only a few monarchical kingdoms are still surviving. Perhaps one of the most common ways we come across Kings and Queens is when we play the game of Cards or when we play the game of Chess. When we read the…

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HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING (5) HOMILY THEME: INDIFFERENCE IS WORSE

HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING HOMILY THEME: INDIFFERENCE IS WORSE BY: Fr Mike Lagrimas     HOMILY: Mt. 25:31-46 Let me tell you a story I got from the web. A scientist tells God, “Look, God, the world does not need you anymore. Nowadays, we can do our own miracles. We can give new life to a dying man by transplanting organs and harvesting embryonic stem cells. We can now cure almost any disease, and we can even clone animals. Before long, we will be able to…

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HOMILY/REFLECTION FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI (4) TOPIC: THE REIGN OF CHRIST

HOMILY/REFLECTION FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI TOPIC: THE REIGN OF CHRIST BY: Fr Mike Lagrimas Gospel: Mt 25:31-46 Message # 339: “The Way Which Leads You to His Kingdom” 1. The Marian Message a) The Blessed Mother reminds us of the coming of Christ to establish His reign in the world. It is her task to prepare the world for this “coming of the glorious reign of my Son, Jesus” (letter g). b) She describes the four areas of the reign of Jesus. The first is “in the hearts…

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HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING (3) HOMILY THEME: KINGLY SHEPHERD 

HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING. HOMILY THEME: KINGLY SHEPHERD BY: Fr. Mark Percival. MA,PP. HOMILY: This weekend’s Solemnity concludes our Liturgical Year. It also tells us that we’re now just 4 weeks from Christmas. Next weekend, the 1st Sunday of Advent, we start with the Year.B readings and prayers. As Christmas is a fixed celebration, falling always on a set date, Advent is short this year due to the way the secular calendar falls, with Christmas Eve beginning on the Sunday evening of the 4th Sunday of…

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