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Homilies by Fr. Healy from the current liturgical calendar (Cycle B) originally delivered from 1987-1995.

Father Healy's Weekly Catholic Homilies » Cycle C Fr. James K. Healy, C.S.Sp.

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Homilies by Fr. Healy from the current liturgical calendar (Cycle B) originally delivered from 1987-1995.

    33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

    33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Originally delivered on November 16, 1986   Readings: Malachi 3:19-20; Thessalonians 3:7-12; Luke 21: 5-19   In today’s Gospel, we are once again reminded that we must follow Jesus, despite the fact that many obstacles will confront us precisely for what we believe and do based on those beliefs.  We, in a sense, bear a […]

    32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

    32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Originally delivered on November 8, 1992   Readings: Maccabees 7:1-2, 9-14; Thessalonians 2:16 -3:5; Luke 20:27-38 or 20-27 , 34-38   How does our conscience shape our actions? Are we, like the seven sons and their mother from the Book of Maccabees, willing to die for what we believe?  In today’s homily, we are reminded […]

    31st Sunday in Ordinary Time

    31st Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Originally delivered on November 5, 1989 Readings: Wisdom 11:22 – 12:1; Thessalonians 1:11 -2:2; Luke 19: 1-10 The story of Zacchaeus, the wealthy tax collector and a short man, teaches us that we needn’t worry about things we cannot change, but rather change the things we can.  We can waste time and energy trying to […]

    30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Originally delivered on October 26, 1986 Readings: Sirach 35:12-14, 16-18; Paul to Timothy 4:6-8, 16-18; and Luke 18:9-14 In this week’s Gospel we hear the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector. We are reminded today that everything that we do should be done in a Christian spirit and in the name of Jesus.  […]

    29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Originally delivered on October 19, 1986 Readings: Exodus 17:8-13; Paul to Timothy 3:14 – 4:2; Luke 18:1-8 Prayer is always the lifting of the mind and thought with God. It is how we are in communion with God.  But prayer is more than just formal prayers. Being in relationship with our brothers and sisters, especially […]

    28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Originally delivered on October 12, 1986 Readings: Kings 5:14-17; Paul to Timothy 2:8-13; Luke 17:11-19 There is no doubt about it — God can cure all human suffering, but His use of power is limited to opportunities to encourage our faith. The Scripture tells us that for the foreigners, God was willing to heal them, […]

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