“In the end, the only thing we'll
be judged on is how we treat each other."
The Sunday Homilies
Sunday, December 8, 2013
Second Sunday of Advent
By Father Perry D.
"When God comes into our
lives, people find a way to make peace," Father Perry tells us in
his homily for the Second Sunday of Advent. "The fire baptism that Jesus brings
us is one that is meant to consume all that negativity and sinfulness and
make us a new people. When we let God in, eveything can change."
This week’s episode
Homilies podcast features
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a.m. Sunday Mass.
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Last week's episode
Sunday, December 1, 2013
First Sunday of Advent
Father Perry D. Leiker
"What makes Christmas so incredible is that we celebrate the
light coming into the darkness," Father Perry tells us in his homily for the
First Sunday of Advent. "The light that has the power to break the darkness, to
break through the darkness, to allow us to see our deeds and everything, because
we are not standing in darkness, rather in light."