Every week Fr. Garry Koch reflects on the reading for Sunday with occasional messages from Bishop David M. O'Connell, C.M.
Repent and Accept the Lord's Mercy
On this 2nd Sunday of Advent, Father Garry Koch reminds us that we are called to repentance and go to confession. This is a time to reflect and recognize God's plan for the world and His plan in our own life.
Be Agents of Grace in the World
On the First Sunday of Advent we begin a new liturgical year and we reflect on the warning of the end of times. Father Garry Koch reminds us that we must be alert and accept the challenge to bring healing, peace and mercy to a broken world.
We All Share in the Citizenship in the Kingdom of God
On this last Sunday of Ordinary Time, the Solemnity of Christ the King Father Garry Koch tells us how Jesus rejected worldly power and didn't seek a kingdom in this world. The kingdom of God encompasses everyone who belongs to the truth, and who listens to Jesus' voice.
Reading the Signs of the Times By Father Garry Koch
Father Garry Koch tells us that just like the days of the Old Testament when the prophets had to read the signs of the times, the church today must do the same. But it must be kept in context.
Give From Our Need Not From Our Surplus
On this 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Father Garry Koch echoes the need that we must be generous and charitable. We do this for our own benefit to better understand God's love and mercy for us all.
Love God With All Your Heart!
On this 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time Father Garry Koch reminds us that love of God should be our primary motivation of all that we do in our life. Second is to love our neighbor.