YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE 32ND WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME (3) HOMILY THEME: Heaven Begins Right Here, Right Now.

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE 32ND WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: Heaven Begins Right Here, Right Now. BY: Fr. Evaristus Abu   HOMILY: _“The kingdom of God is not coming with signs to be observed; nor will they say, ‘Lo, here it is!’ or ‘There!’ for behold, the kingdom of God is in the midst of you.” *Luke 17:20-21*_ For those who wanted to know when the kingdom of God would come, Jesus simply answered: “It is already in your midst.” What is this kingdom of God that…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE ELEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (1) HOMILY THEME: “Jesus said, ‘The kingdom of God is as if someone would scatter seed on the ground, and would sleep and rise night and day, and the seed would sprout and grow, he does not know how.’” (Mark 4:26-27)

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE ELEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: “Jesus said, ‘The kingdom of God is as if someone would scatter seed on the ground, and would sleep and rise night and day, and the seed would sprout and grow, he does not know how.’” (Mark 4:26-27) BY: Fr. Robert deLeon, CSC   HOMILY: Mark 4:26-34 Summertime—gardening time. Consider an article authored by David Mills that invites our reflection today. I share an excerpt with you: “We all have a vision of what we want, and we believe…

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HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR B (1) HOMILY THEME: THE KINGDOM OF GOD

HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR B HOMILY THEME: THE KINGDOM OF GOD BY: Fr. Benny Tuazon   HOMILY: (Mk.4:26–34) In the day’s Gospel Jesus tells another parable on the Kingdom of God. Jesus used the symbol Kingdom because the Jews were very familiar with it. For them, it is the ultimate institution or jurisdiction. To belong to a kingdom is to have security, peace, community, livelihood and sustenance. The king sees to it that all his subjects are taken cared of. Thus, in order…

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HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE FIRST WEEK OF ADVENT YEAR B (1) HOMILY THEME: THE KINGDOM OF GOD 

HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE FIRST WEEK OF ADVENT YEAR B. HOMILY THEME: THE KINGDOM OF GOD BY: Fr Benny Tuazon   HOMILY: (Mt. 7:21, 24-27) In the day’s Gospel Jesus tells His apostles who will enter the Kingdom. Mere pronouncing “Lord! Lord!” is not enough. External and oral piety must come from a faithful and sincere heart. It must also realized into action. Jesus proceeded to tell them the parable of the fool and the wise men. The fool built his house on sand while the wise built his…

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HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE THIRTIETH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A (2) HOMILY THEME: HUMBLE BEGINNING

HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE THIRTIETH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. HOMILY THEME: HUMBLE BEGINNING BY: Fr. Cyril Akindele Osadare HOMILY: Readings: Romans 8:18-25; Luke 13:18-21 Yoruba will say “iso kekere o le ba idi je- a little mess can spoil the entire fragrance of a room”. Again, if we drop a stone inside water, it always have what we call a ripple effect which can travel far distance. A little idea from a small child can bring greatness to a society, it can also cause big war. Sometimes,…

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HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE 30TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A (1) HOMILY THEME: THE KINGDOM OF GOD

HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE THIRTIETH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. HOMILY THEME: THE KINGDOM OF GOD BY: Fr. Benny Tuazon HOMILY: (Lk. 13:18-21) In the day’s Gospel Jesus responds to the question of the Kingdom of God. He gave two analogies which both stressed on its characteristic as the state of full potentialities. Jesus said that the Kingdom of God is like a mustard seed, a very small seed, which grows to a large bush and provides a home to birds. It is also like a yeast which…

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HOMILY FOR THE SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A (1).

HOMILY FOR THE SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. HOMILY THEME: Heaven is Here! BY: Fr. Mike Lagrimas HOMILY: Mt 13:44-52 The first words we utter in the morning can be a very effective way of knowing our mental and emotional condition. If we wake up in the morning and we say, ‘Good morning, Lord,’ we have a peaceful and happy disposition for the day. But if we say, ‘Good Lord, it’s morning,’ that means a rough day is ahead of us. Every morning we have every reason to thank…

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