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Notre Dame de Lourdes


Father Geoffrey Plant

  • Who can this be? Homily for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B.
    by Geoffrey Plant on Monday, June 14, 2021

    After teaching the people using parables, Jesus and the disciples set out to cross the Sea of Galilee by boat. It begins to blow a gale and the disciples are afraid of drowning. They wake Jesus, who is asleep in the stern of the boat, and with a word of command he stills the wind and the waves. "Who can this be?" they ask.

Fr Plant, parish priest of St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Lane Cove, NSW, Australia says that a homily is “a bridge which seeks to span the distance between God’s Word as we encounter it in the Bible and my life in the 21st century”.

Guilford, IN

Father Jonathan Meyer

Catholic Women Preach

Catholic Women Preach presents videos of Catholic women preachers — diverse in age, nationality, and ethnicity — preaching on the Lectionary Readings for Sundays and select feast days. Visit their website for details on preachers, readings, and texts of preaching.

Canandaigua, New York

Father Michael Costik

Fr Costik is the pastor of St. Benedict Catholic Church in Canandaigua, NY. “I did my graduate work in liturgical theology, and liturgy remains a focus of my thought and life as a priest. Liturgy is the most important thing that we do,” he says.

Institute of Catholic Culture

The ICC is an adult catechetical organization, faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, and dedicated to the Church’s call for a new evangelization. You can find over 900 hours of FREE audio and video programs in the ICC library at their web site.

Father Brett Williams


Dominican Friars

Preaching for the salvation of souls! That’s what the Dominican Friars of the Central Province, U.S.A., do on a daily basis. Join them for their weekly video series, where one of the friars previews the upcoming weekend’s readings!

Sunday Fervorinos

  • 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
    by Denise Pyles on Friday, June 11, 2021

    We are not the judge of our faith; God is. We are not in control of the growth; let it happen. A little faith can yield a great harvest. In what ways are we allowing God to do the work through us? My Sunday Fervorino this week. 2021.06.13 - 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Mark 4:26-34)

Fervorino – means a brief exhortation or advice; in other words, a “little sermon.” These are short reflections on the Sunday Gospel readings (from the Roman Catholic Lectionary). This is something Denise Pyles has done with her choir before their singing on Sunday; inspiration and encouragement to ponder during the week.


The Word Exposed

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