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Homily 32nd Homily

Homily Thirty-Second Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2019   A woman accompanied her husband to the doctor’s office for his annual physical. Afterwards the doctor asked to see her privately.  “Your husband is a very sick man,” the doctor told her.  “His heart could give out at any moment.  If you want to keep […]

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Homily 31st Sunday

Homily – 31st Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2013     Question – How many bureaucrats does it take to change a light bulb?   Answer – TWO! – One to assure us that everything possible is being done. – The other to screw the light bulb into a water faucet.     If […]

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Homily 23rd Sunday “C”

Homily 23rd Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2019 – “Let Your Light Shine”     A real estate agent was showing a well-dressed dowager through a luxury condo on the beach. “What’s that over there?” she asked, pointing to a field dotted with low mounds.   “A Navy ammunition dump,” replied the agent.   […]

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Homily 22nd Sunday “C”

Homily 18th Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2019   A man walked into a bar and saw an old friend nursing a drink and looking despondent! “You look terrible,” he said.   “Well, I am,” replied the friend. “My mother died in April – and left me $50,000.  Then in June, my father died.  […]

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Homily 18th Sunday “C”

Homily 18th Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2019   A man walked into a bar and saw an old friend nursing a drink and looking despondent! “You look terrible,” he said.   “Well, I am,” replied the friend. “My mother died in April – and left me $50,000.  Then in June, my father died.  […]

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