Weekday Homilies 2019

May 2020

May 8

Friday of 4th Week of Easter A

The Good Shepherd is the one who knows his sheep and his sheep know him. He is the good shepherd who leads his sheep in the light and not in the darkness. He is the good shepherd who lays down his life for his sheep. He is the good shepherd who has come to serve and not to be served. Finally, the good shepherd who is the Way, the Truth and the...
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May 7

Thursday of 4th Week of Easter A

Continue with the lesson of Jesus Christ, the Good Shepherd, Saint John points out another important criteria of the Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd is called to be a servant and not the master. Just as Jesus, in today’s Gospel, reminds his disciples and to each and every one of us saying, “Amen, amen, I say to you, no slave is...
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May 6

Wednesday of 4th Week of Easter A

Jesus Christ is the Good Shepherd. He knows his sheep, and his sheep know him. He is the Good Shepherd who came into the world as light so that everyone who believes in him might not remain in darkness as it’s reported in today’s Gospel. So, the Good Shepherd will lead his sheep in the light and not in darkness. The difference...
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May 5

Tuesday of 4th Week of Easter A

Yesterday, Jesus identified himself as the good shepherd who laid down his life for his sheep. Did he lay down his life for good or for bad? For restoration or for destruction? For justice or for shame? His works testified that he is the Good Shepherd, but have you and I believed it or we are just like the Jews have difficulty to believe? In...
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May 4

Monday of 4th Week of Easter A

Last few weeks after Easter, Saint John taught us on the Sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist. One needs to be born again in water and Spirit to inherit the Kingdom of God. The Sacrament of the Most Holy Eucharist, the Lord Jesus invites us to receive him for the eternal life. This week, the Church invites us to examine who the Lord Jesus is if...
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May 2

Saturday of 3rd Week of Easter A--Memorial of Saint Athanasius, Bishop

Today, the Church remembers Saint Athanasius, Bishop. He was born in Egypt towards the end of the third century. He was pious, learned and deeply versed in the sacred writings at his youth. As only a deacon, he was chosen by his bishop to go with him to the Council of Nicaea, in 325, and attracted the attention of all by the learning and ability...
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Weekday Homilies 2019

Homilies by Fr. Joseph Thang Nguyen


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