Homilies and videos

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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jesus sent his disciples out two by two. Now it's our turn.Fr. Biju MalancheruvilSunday,
July 14, 2024
8:00 AM

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

In today's Gospel we see people in Jesus' home town who lack Faith. This lack of Faith is in stark contrast to Jairus and the woman with hemorrhages from last week's Gospel (Mk 5:21-43). We must ask ourselves, "Do I have Faith?"Fr. Mark HanifanSunday,
July 7, 2024
8:00 AM

Thirteenth Sunday in ordinary Time

Why are these two miracle stories included in the Gospels? The woman bleeding was an outcast. Jairus was an important synagoge official. Despite their differences, they were both in need and were Children of GodFr. Sunny MathewSunday,
June 30, 2024
10:00 AM

Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time

The message for us today is go out, despite strong winds and stormy seas, and trust that what God has commanded us to do will be done even if we're afraid.Fr. MarkSunday,
June 23, 2024
8:00 AM

Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

The kingdom of God is like a mustard seed.Fr. Sunny MathewSunday,
June 16, 2024
8:00 AM

Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

If your religion does not bring you joy, you don't have the right concept of God. In our first reading, Adam is in a place without God. God is waiting for us to turn around toward God. If you're not in a place of joy, then you're turning your back on God.Deacon DavidSunday,
June 9, 2024
8:00 AM

Sacrament of Confirmation

The gifts of the Holy SpiritBishop MueggenborgMonday,
June 3, 2024
7:00 PM

Pentecost Sunday

Today we celebrate the 50th day after the resurrection and the birth of the church. After the pouring out of the Holy Spirit, the disciples have a new courage, new vigor, and new enthusiasm. 3000 were converted to the way of Jesus of Nazareth that day.Fr. Sunny MathewThursday,
May 23, 2024
8:00 AM

Fourth Sunday of Easter

Jesus is the one who serves even unto death. One can do this only out of love. The question is 'Are we this kind of shepherd?'Fr. Mark HanifanSunday,
April 21, 2024

Third Sunday of Easter

Shalom peace is not what we usually think. Jesus had shalom peace even when he was crowned with thorms. He had shalom peace even as he died on the cross. The peace of the kingdom of heaven is knowing God loves you beyond all imagination.Fr. Mark HanifanSunday,
April 14, 2024

Second Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy)

God does not want to condemn anyone, He wants all human beings to be saved, to be with Him eternally as His children.Fr. Sunny MathewSunday,
April 7, 2024

Office of Readings for Good Friday, 2024

Office of Readings prayer at 5 a.m.St. Gall ParishionersFriday,
March 29, 2024

Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion

At the Last Supper Jesus initiates the New PassoverDeacon DavidSunday,
March 24, 2024

Fourth Sunday of Lent

The Second Scrutiny -- The Man Born BlindFr. Sunny MathewSunday,
March 10, 2024

Third Sunday of Lent

The First Scrutiny -- The Woman at the WellFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
March 3, 2024

Second Sunday of Lent

The Transfiguration is a gospel story about prayer. We need to find out where our prayer space is. When you go to pray, God will ignite you and others will see you.Deacon DavidSunday,
February 25, 2024
10:00 AM

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

2024 CSA AppealFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
February 11, 2024

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

More is required than just recognizing and proclaiming Jesus as Lord and Savior. There is another step: a self-donation to God; an integration of ourselves into God's will and life.Fr. Mark HanifanSunday,
January 28, 2024

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Repent, metanoia, means a 180 degree turnFr. Sunny MathewSunday,
January 21, 2024

Feast of the Holy Family

The family is at the core of Jesus' comingDeacon DavidSunday,
December 31, 2023

Fourth Sunday of Advent

Fr. Sunny MathewSunday,
December 24, 2023

First Sunday of Advent

First Sunday of AdventFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
December 3, 2023

Feast of Christ the King

Christ the KingFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
November 26, 2023

Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Love the Lord your God with All Your HeartDeacon DavidSunday,
October 29, 2023

Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Fr. Sunny MathewSunday,
October 15, 2023

Twenty Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

God has a limited amount of patienceFr. MarkSunday,
October 8, 2023

Twenty Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Every saint has a past and every sinner has a futureBishop Daniel MueggenborgSaturday,
September 30, 2023

Deacon Sunday Interview

A conversaion with our deacons about their first year of ministryDeacon Alvaro and Deacon DavidTuesday,
September 26, 2023

Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

That's not fair!Fr. Sunny MathewSunday,
September 24, 2023

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Praying for God's will not our willFr. Bill NadeauSunday,
August 20, 2023

Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord

The TransfigurationFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
August 6, 2023

Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

A treasure in a field and a pearl of great priceFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
July 30, 2023

Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Missionary AppealGuest Priest from the PhilippinesSunday,
July 23, 2023

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart; and you will find rest for yourselves.Fr. John CoronaSunday,
July 9, 2023

Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Welcoming Christ into our MidstFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
July 2, 2023

Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Gospel says "Fear no one". Really?!Fr. Bill NadeauSunday,
June 25, 2023

Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jesus is the human heart of GodFr. John CoronaSaturday,
June 17, 2023


Gifts of the Holy SpiritBishop Daniel MueggenborgWednesday,
May 31, 2023

Pentecost Sunday

Pentecost: Time for the early church to get going -- Time to Step Up and Step OutFr. John CoronaSunday,
May 28, 2023

Fourth Sunday of Easter

Early history of the Eucharist and Sacraments of InitiationFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
April 30, 2023

Second Sunday of Easter

Thomas, the Honest SkepticFr. Bill NadeauSunday,
April 16, 2023

Easter Vigil

We have been given a tremendous amount in ChristFr. Mark HanifanTuesday,
April 11, 2023

Palm Sunday

Those are your words not mineFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
April 2, 2023

Fourth Sunday of Lent

The Second Scrutiny -- The Man Born BlindFr. Bill NadeauSunday,
March 19, 2023

Interview with Dr. David James

RCIA Catechist Dr. David James talks about his masters thesis on PurgatoryDr. David JamesSunday,
March 19, 2023

Third Sunday of Lent

The First Scrutiny -- The Woman at the WellFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
March 12, 2023

Second Sunday of Lent

CSA 2023 AppealFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
March 5, 2023

First Sunday of Lent

How to Resist TemptationsFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
February 26, 2023

Ash Wednesday

Why We Need LentFr. Bill NadeauWednesday,
February 22, 2023

Seventh Sunday on Ordinary Time

Presidents Day Jeopardy Quiz and Loving Your EnemyFr. Bill NadeauSunday,
February 19, 2023

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

how we can be salt and lightFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
February 5, 2023

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

The True Path to HappinessFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
January 29, 2023

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Fishing is a Risky Business -- So is Following JesusFr. Bill NadeauSunday,
January 22, 2023
8:00 AM

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Baptism of JesusFr. Oliver CurranSunday,
January 15, 2023

Feast of the Epiphany

About Astrology versus the WordFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
January 8, 2023

Fourth Sunday of Advent

Joseph learned to cooperate with our God of surprises. Can you cooperate too?Fr. Bill NadeauSunday,
December 18, 2022

Third Sunday of Advent

The Message of John the BaptistFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
December 11, 2022

Second Sunday of Advent

The Attack on Pearl Harbor, Ebenezer Scrooge, and a Transformation of HopeFr. Bill NadeauSunday,
December 4, 2022

First Sunday of Advent

Being ready to share the Good NewsFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
November 27, 2022

Feast of Christ the King

History of the Feast of Christ the KingFr. Patrick KlekasSunday,
November 20, 2022

Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Don't be Terrified Your Perseverance will Secure Your LifeFr. Patrick KlekasSunday,
November 13, 2022

Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Everything changes with the ResurrectionBishop Daniel MueggenborgSunday,
November 6, 2022

All Saints Day

Saints -- Courageous Sinners Who Dare to ChangeFr. Bill NadeauTuesday,
November 1, 2022

Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time

Becoming teachable, responding with love, and being welcomingFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
October 30, 2022

Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mission Appeal 2022 -- Major Archdiocese Of Trivandrum, IndiaFr. Bobin BabuSunday,
October 23, 2022

Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Halloween and ExorcismsFr. Patrick KlekasSunday,
October 9, 2022

A Conversation with David and Judy O'Connor

A conversation with David and Judy about David's Diaconate OrdinationDavid and Judy O'ConnorFriday,
October 7, 2022

Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

ObedienceFr. Mark HanifanSunday,
October 2, 2022

Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Prodigal Son and the Prodigal FatherFr. Patrick KlekasSunday,
September 11, 2022

Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Cost of DiscipleshipFr. Oliver CurranSunday,
September 4, 2022

Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Come to the Table Where Saints and Sinners are FriendsFr. Oliver CurranSunday,
August 28, 2022

Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time

How Many People are Saved?Fr. Patrick KlekasSunday,
August 21, 2022

Information about CSA 2021

CSA and the Road of EmmausDavid O'ConnorSunday,
March 7, 2021

World Youth Day

Talking with Fr. Paul about World Youth Day in BarcelonaFr. Paul McCollumWednesday,
September 28, 2011