Look Like Jesus

In order to live like Jesus, we need to look like Jesus.

The goal of being a follower of Christ — a disciple — is to look like Jesus.  We are all called to live just as He lived and we are called to grow unto the full measure of the stature of Christ.  A Christian is one who not only does what Jesus would do, but who first looks at the world the way that Jesus looks at the world.  We are called to be transformed into the image of Jesus through the renewal of our minds.


Homily from the Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time.

A disciple is a person who lives like Jesus and who sees the world like Jesus. A disciple shares the worldview of Christ and sees all things: others, death, self, purpose, and Good and Evil…as they are.

Mass Readings from October 8, 2017:
Isaiah 5:1-7
Psalm 80:9, 12, 13-14, 15-16, 19-20
Philippians 4:6-9
Matthew 21:33-43

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Homily from the Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Each one of our lives is made up of any number of “what’s”. But a truly great life is driven by one great “why”. This “why” is the motivation and the vision for a life lived on purpose. The life of Jesus can be summed up in one single great “why”.

Mass Readings from October 1, 2017:
Ezekiel 18:25-28
Psalm 25:4-5, 6-7, 8-9
Philippians 2:1-11
Matthew 21:28-32

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Homily from the Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

What defines you? Too often, our activities give us our identity. Because of this, our sense of self and our sense of joy is constantly in danger of being compromised. Our identity comes from the fact that God has made Himself our Dad and the primacy of a relationship that has claimed me.

Mass Readings from September 24, 2017:
Isaiah 55:6-9
Psalm 145:2-3, 8-9, 17-18
Philippians 1:20-24, 27
Matthew 20:1-16

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Homily from the Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

There is no need to fear death, because Jesus has conquered death. And yet, do we approach death the way Jesus approached death? Many of us see death as “natural” or something to be avoided. But Jesus saw death as an enemy to be stared down and battled. And yet, Jesus was not immune to death or grief. Jesus allowed death to break His heart, but He did not allow it to break His hope. As disciples, we must do the same.

Mass Readings from September 17, 2017:
Sirach 27:30—28:7
Psalm 103:1-2, 3-4, 9-10, 11-12
Romans 14:7-9
Matthew 18:21-35

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Homily from the Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time.

The way we look at the world directs the way we live in the world. Our vision of life, God, ourselves, and other people is called to be shaped and guided by the way Jesus sees them. How would my life be different if I looked at the people near me the way that Jesus looks at them?

Mass Readings from September 10, 2017:
Ezekiel 33:7-9
Psalm 95:1-2, 6-7, 8-9
Romans 13:8-10
Matthew 18:15-20

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