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Mister, Are You Jesus? (#613, Lent 2)

Fr. Joel Homilies

Abraham believes God even though he cannot see the stars. The disciples believe in Jesus’ glory on the streets and on the cross. We listen to Jesus when we allow God’s love to shine through us. When was you were mistaken for Jesus?” [AUDIO]

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Pope Francis Says “Knock It Off” (#532, 12th Sunday)

Fr. Joel Homilies

Pope Francis speaks of the ecological storm caused by our indifference. A culture of encounter allows us to meet God and be met by him. Accepting His Fatherhood brings peace and calm to our lives, our families, and even our planet. (21 June 2015)

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+414+ Being a good Catholic means you live like Jesus (Ash Wednesday)

Fr. Joel Homilies

Pope Francis shows the Church that we can’t get by on “good enough.” Every Christian should reflect the face of Christ. This Lent: Fast from a luxury, find a way to serve the poor, and pray a little more. Then you will reflect the Face of Christ!

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+350+ Controversy! Pope says Church should preach Jesus (28th Sunday)

Fr. Joel Homilies

The Good News is not about abortion, divorce, or homosexuality. The Good News is the incredible love of God that washes clean every sin. The Pope wants us speak more about Christ; he wants wounded people to meet the Healer. Today we ready how a man named Naaman discovers the healing power of God. More importantly, through his journey of healing, he discovers God Himself. We all have a part to play to help heal the wounds. Will you bring people to Jesus?

+322+ God wants You to be Holy (Lent 5)

Fr. Joel Homilies

The election of Pope Francis shows us that the Church is still alive and full of surprises! Perhaps the biggest surprise is this: the Church seriously believes that you can be holy. No matter where you have been or what you have done, every Christian is called to be a saint by God’s grace and mercy. Will you accept your call?