Jesus invites us to be humble as he is humble. At the Mass, Jesus welcomes those who cannot repay Him and offers them an hour in heaven. All Jesus is asking is that we welcome others as He welcomes us. [AUDIO]
The Trinity gives himself to us in the Eucharist. Under the appearances of bread and wine hide the Body and Blood of Christ. The bread is changed so we can be transformed. Are you allowing yourself to become the Body of Christ? (30 May 2016)
Communion means Jesus is always with us; we are never alone. Mass has taught us so many wonderful things that we must go tell the whole world the Good News of God’s love! That’s a big job but we can do it because we have union with Jesus. When people see us, they should see Jesus in us. Go live the Gospel of the Lord! (3 Mar 2013)
Four Things the Church is Serious About, part 1: The Church is serious about Mass on Sunday. Deliberately missing Mass on Sunday is a mortal sin. Don’t spiritually starve to death. Come to Mass on Sunday. (17 Feb 2012)
Family Mass #3 – The Offertory. God has been very generous to us. The bread and wine, given back to God, becomes Jesus Christ. In the same way the “stuff” of our lives, when offered to God, becomes something holy. Give God your stuff. (4 Dec 2012)
Ordinary33 – This feels like a Y2K moment for the church: a whole lot of hype for not a big deal. Why bother? You get out of Mass what you put into Mass. If you are getting nothing out of Mass, I think we know where the problem starts. Please respond.
Ordinary32 – It’s easy to hide in a crowd. But what do I believe? I believe that Jesus is “con-sub-stantial” with the Father. If we learn the Creed well, we will also learn how to recognize God when He appears in humble ways every day.