Sunday January 10
What did we hear in the Homily?
Each week we will list some of your comments about the Homily:
Sunday January 10
*He loves us unconditionally.
*We get Baptized as a promise to God.
*We must pray to God and humbly ask that he help learn to forgive and for the wisdom to be better.
Sunday January 3
*Herod wanted to find Jesus because he felt threatened.
*My gifts are kindness, helping others, and love.
*Embracing the gifts Jesus Jesus gave us by loving our neighbor.
Sunday December 27
*Family is very important to our society, for our New Years resolution we need to help a little more.
*Children are the gift of God
*We are all God's Children
Sunday December 20
*Mary shows us how to wait and trust in the goodness of God.
*Mary said yes, God asks us to do the same.
*Nothing is impossible for God
Sunday December 13
*Blindness cannot overcome your faith in Jesus.
*The more you pray, the more you become holy.
*John led the way preparing for Jesus. John was waiting for Jesus to arrive like we are in Advent.
Sunday December 6
*John the Baptist is getting ready for the coming of Christ
*Isaiah foretold the the coming of John the Baptist. "A voice crying out in the dessert" and that is exactly what John the Baptist did.
*Prepare for Jesus' birthday. He will remind us that he will always be with us.
*In order to be ready for Jesus we must repent our sins.
Sunday November 29
*We have to learn to be patient and wait for God to come.
*We have to focus on getting prepared in our faith for Christmas.
Sunday November 22
*When you do good to to others you do good for God.
*We are all excited to be together. Celebrate your family.
*Letting God take the wheel in your life. To allow God to lead you, your life will be paradise.
Sunday November 15
*Purgatory is one of God's greatest gifts.
*The servants were us, and the Master is God
*God wants us to focus on what talents we have been given. To be grateful, thankful and rejoiceful.
* Embrace, use your talents
Sunday November 8 *Having patience. Physical presence is important
*Those who are unprepared for Jesus' second coming might be locked out of heaven or have to spend some time in purgatory.
*The groom represents Jesus' second coming
Sunday November 1
All Saints Day
*Mother Theresa said" We can all become saints by living the Beatitudes"
*Adore God and the people around us
*We have to work hard to become a saint, but with God's grace we can do it!
Sunday October 25
*you cannot love God without loving your neighbor.
*It Starts with us!
*We have to put the commandments (guidelines of how to live a good life) into practice so we can express love and shoe God's love.
*Love your neighbor for who they are.
*To love your neighbor you must follow the golden rule
*Christ now has no body but yours.
Sunday October 18
*Respect and honor Other Humans
* Tell the truth.
*Be loyal to God
*Being a good citizen as well as a faithful Catholic.
*Care for each other so we can give back to God
*We carry the image of God in our lives. God wants us to recognize him in everything.
*When God created the world there was nn explosion of Love!
Sunday October 11
*Take time to honor God and others
* In order to gain eternal life you have to do good works while you are here on earth.
*Christ has many titles
*Bride = Church
Jesus = Groom
*Hard work is to give honor, glory, and praise to God.
*A covenant is where one gives ones self to another
*Mass is like entering into a marriage feast with his people.
*Making Mass and God a priority in your life.
*no one is ever refused God's love.