Weekday Homily Resources

The gist of each reading is suggested in a single line; then the readings (minus the Responsorial Psalm) are given in full (using the NRSV for its inclusive language); finally a couple of reflections on the day’s readings. Most weekdays we offer two separate homily approaches. The first is drawn from material written by my friend and Passionist confrere, Fr. Carroll Stuhlmueller cp. With permission from his estate, I have used his Biblical Meditations for Ordinary Time and Biblical Meditations for Lent as starting point, editing them down to a maximum of 3 or 4 paragraphs. The second approach is based on a set of homilies provided by Fr. Martin Hogan of the Dublin archdiocese.
Fr Pat Rogers cp, Mount Argus, Dublin.



05Jun 05 June 2019.

05 June 2019.

June 5th, 2019

Paul quotes as a maxim of Jesus, "It is more blessed to give than to receive." This saying is not in any of our four gospels...

06Jun 06 June 2019.

06 June 2019.

June 6th, 2019

Do we share the wish to be fully united? Unity is demanded of disciples, a vital value for evangelism -- "that they may be one in us, so that the world may believe..

07Jun 07 June 2019.

07 June 2019.

June 7th, 2019

When the One who loves us asks, "Do you love me?" it is not an accusing question. It is calling us back if, for whatever reason, we have drifted away...

08Jun 08 June 2019.

08 June 2019.

June 8th, 2019

The "Journey" of Jesus must go on in our lives. Every experience, easy or difficult, is bringing us toward the new "Jerusalem," or new "Rome" that is our destiny...




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