Sermons from June 2022

Don’t Be a Distracted Disciple

We all know the dangers of distracted driving. Many scholars agree with Luke’s message of Jesus communicating commitment and discipleship. We can’t be distracted disciples. Jesus is on a mission fully dedicated and focused on the will of His Father and this often found Him rejected. Jesus rebukes James and John for being distracted. When we try to follow Jesus and still…

God Works Through Us

The Feast of Corpus Christi We don’t put any limits on what God can do in us, or in our parish, because He is here. He comes to dwell on our altar, in our tabernacle, and even in us. And because of that, because He is at work IN us, He can even work THROUGH us. Like Paul with the Corinthian community,…

Perfect Love Casts Out All Fear

The Feast of Pentecost It’s ok if you are experiencing fear. Major or minor. Whether the kind of paralyzing fear that the disciples were experiencing huddled in a room, or the kind of fear that kind of barely registers, but still keeps us from doing what we know God wants from us. It’s ok to experience fear. To feel fear. It’s part…