Homily from the Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time. A person can be touched and made new by Jesus and still not be a disciple. One common aspect of discipleship is actually doing what the rabbi tells [...]
Series: Discipleship 101
Nothing that has happened from the moment of your conception up until this moment is wasted. Jesus called those first disciples to follow him and allow him to make them into something new. In order to know how God will transform us in the future, we can look back on our lives and ask, “How has God led me in the past? What is He calling me to let go of right now? And how can I act on this immediately?”
02/04/18 Discipleship 101: Free to Keep a Promise
Having a duty is a privilege. Doing your duty is a freedom.
Homily from the Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time. Duties and obligations are often seen as burdens. They restrict us from doing what we want and being able to enjoy life. But is this accurate? It [...]
Homily from the Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time. Following Jesus is not merely a matter of behaving or “being good”. It ultimately rests on whether or not we will allow the Father to get [...]
Homily from the Third Sunday of Ordinary Time. Nothing that has happened from the moment of your conception up until this moment is wasted. Jesus called those first disciples to follow him and [...]