April 30, 2021

Homily by Deacon Jay Ziolkowski I remember growing up that when my father took my family on a road trip, he had no "Garmin" to use GPS satellites to guide us on our way.  I had my complete trust in him that he knew the way to our destination, after all he's my dad.  He [...]


April 25, 2021

Homily by Father Paul Wharton Ask a group of kindergartners what animal they wish they could be if only for one day, chances are none of them will say with excitement, "I want to be a sheep!" I can't think of any major college or national football league teamed named, "Sheep." People don't think very [...]


April 22, 2021

Homily by Deacon Jay Ziolkowski Today's gospel that I just proclaimed is a continuation of the Gospel I read last Friday. It is the day after Jesus fed the 5000.  Today, however the 5000 have followed Jesus to a new location. But something is different.  A new crowd has shown up.  It is important to [...]


April 20, 2021

Homily by Father Paul Wharton In the 6th Chapter of the Gospel according to John, we see Jesus once more use something down to earth to teach something spiritually important. Just we we need to feed ourselves physically, we need to feed ourselves spiritually. We are created with a hunger and thirst for God. Nothing [...]

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