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WEEKLY HOMILIES

Teaching and commentary from our pastor, Bishop Francis Christian.

Bishop Christian's homilies are  searchable  back to November 2014. 

"Pronto viene Jesus Cristo", Come Soon Jesus!

Matthew 24:37-44

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(Deacon Roland) Christ is the only Leader who can lead us to salvation, mercy, love and the Kingdom of Heaven!

Luke 23:35-43

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The bad news is that someday everything will come to an end. The good news is that for those that love and believe in the Lord, that will be a day of glory! Come Lord Jesus. We have to live as citizens of the kingdom of God today!

Luke 21:5-19

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But wait, there's more! There is more than the life we have in this world. Jesus affirms life after death and the unimaginable glory of our resurrected body.

Luke 20:27-38

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God knows each of us by name and he's searching for us always. If we are lost, we can be found.

Luke 19:1-10

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(Deacon Ray) We are all called to seek God’s mercy by approaching him humbly. Humility is the Mother of all virtues. If you are humble, nothing will touch you; neither praise nor disgrace.

Luke 18:9-14

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Two by two is how faith is meant to be lived: together, not individually and not separately. We can’t succeed if we always try to do things alone. We need one another for help and assistance.

Luke 18:1-8

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Am I thankful? Is your glass half empty or half full? Do you take your blessings for granted? Come back to God and give him the praise and thanksgiving he deserves, and your glass will be half full.

Luke 17:11-19

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Jesus says “Just Do It”. We need to do the best we can every day with what we have, and we need to demonstrate our faith every day in what we do. Faith has to have feet.

Luke 17:5-10

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Pray we might recognize our "Lazarus'" and do what we can to be people who "see".

Luke 16:19-31

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(Deacon Roland) What does it mean to be children of this world versus children of the light?

Luke 16: 1-13

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You are unimaginably important to the Father. You are worthy of His mercy and it's always available to you..

Luke 15:1-32

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When it comes to Jesus, where do you stand?

Luke 14:25-33

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(Msgr. Eddy Bisson)

Luke 14:1, 7-14

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(Deacon Roland) We have the power to control our lives, affect the life of another by loving, honoring and serving God. This is why we were created.

Luke 13:22-30

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(Msgr. Eddy Bisson) Let us approach the altar with humble hearts knowing we need correction and healing from our Lord. He is with us at all times, walking the journey with us.

Luke 12:49-53

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Outreach to Haiti's Board of Director John Bouley spoke about the mission in Haiti: nutrition & feeding programs, medical care, orphanages, sponsoring children’s education, twinning organizations, guided trips to visit Haiti, and efforts to rebuild the medical clinic in Port-au Prince. You can be a part of the ministry! For more information about this ministry please visit: www.outreachtohaiti.org

Luke 12:32-48

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(Deacon Ray) Jesus tells us that rather than storing up earthly treasures, we should seek to make ourselves rich in the sight of God.

Luke 12:13-21

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(Msgr. Eddy Bisson) God asks of us to persevere and ask for his help, and to trust that he wants to help us.

Luke 11:1-13

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(Deacon Roland) The story of Mary & Martha. It was all well and good, but I would have rather had you with me.

Luke 10:38-42

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(Msgr. Eddy Bisson) The bread and the wine Jesus gives us in the Eucharist is meant to sustain us as we strive to be neighbors to one another.

Luke 10:25-37

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Jesus says wherever you go, may you bring peace with you. The peace people need to live wholly and fully.

Luke 10:1-12, 17-20

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(Deacon Ray) What is discipleship? A disciple is someone who follows Christ and leads others to do the same. We walk with him, listen to him, and allow his teachings to form the way we think, feel, and act.

Luke 9:51-62

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The feast of the body and blood of the Lord. The Eucharist is the completion of the incarnation. It is when Christ unites everyone of us in himself as we receive his body and blood in communion. Screen reader support enabled. The feast of the body and blood of the Lord. The Eucharist is the completion of the incarnation. It is when Christ unites everyone of us in himself as we receive his body and blood in communion.

Luke 9:11B-17

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What is the Blessed Trinity? God is the Father and creator of all things. Jesus is the Savior who was sent to be our salvation. The Holy Spirit gives us life and unites us by being our Sanctifier. Screen reader support enabled. What is the Blessed Trinity? God is the Father and creator of all things. Jesus is the Savior who was sent to be our salvation. The Holy Spirit gives us life and unites us by being our Sanctifier.

John 16:12-15

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The Holy Spirit is the battery of the church, and each of us needs to live and speak the truth of God. We need to be grateful and thoughtful people. We need to speak the language of we and us, not I and me. Life should not be about the accumulation of “things” but rather sharing our gifts and taking care of one another.

John 14:15-16, 23B-26

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What can we say about Heaven? We may have visions of Heaven, but we cannot accurately express or imagine Heaven. If our last words are “Come Lord Jesus”, there will be nothing to fear because it’ll be love and indescribable joy forever. That is Heaven.

John 17:20-26

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(Deacon Roland) If we develop a loving relationship with Christ, we will take on the trials of Christ himself.

John 14:23-29

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Do we take seriously the Lord's commandment to love one another as he has loved us?

John 13:31-33A, 34-35

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Christ is the Good Shepard who heals our wounds of today to get us ready for tomorrow.

John 10:27-30

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