May 2023
Pentecost--Invoking the Holy Spirit in Our Lives

We receive the Holy Spirit at Baptism and the Holy Spirit is with us throughout our lives. When we invoke the Holy Spirit in our lives, we can become immersed in Christ's love and mercy and find ourselves extending this same love and mercy out into the world. Rather than being shy, we need to embrace the Holy Spirit inside of us....

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May 2023
"I Am the Way, the Truth, and the Life"--homily--5th Sunday of Easter

Fr Michael Rasicci’s homily for the 5th Sunday of Easter, 05/07/2023. After His resurrection, Jesus told His disciples that he was “The Way, the Truth, and the Life” . We need to feel that, to be one with Jesus as He is one with us. YouTube Link:-Holistic Eucharist–5th Sunday of Easter–05/07/2023 Link: CEB Stewardship 2023  Link: Independent Movie Study 2023 Link: PayPal–Our Online Giving Resource...

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May 2023
Listening for Christ's Call

Jesus Christ is the "Good Shepherd." In today's Gospel (John 10: 1-10), Jesus speaks about being the gate to the sheepfold. His sheep recognize His voice and He will lead them. There are lots of voices around us today. We need to stay attuned to listen to Christ's voice as He calls to us....

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Apr 2023
Jesus Walks With Us

Fr Michael Rasicci’s homily for the 3rd Sunday of Easter, 04/23/2023. Today’s Gospel reading (Luke 24: 13-35) takes place on the road to Emmaus three days after Jesus’s crucifixion. Two disciples are walking toward Emmaus and a third person joins them. The disciples do not recognize Jesus and, along the road, he tells them the scripture background for all that had to happen to Jesus. They extend hospitality to the stranger, inviting him to stay with them overnight. At dinner, Jesus reveals Himself to them in the breaking of the bread, then......

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Jun 2022
Come, Holy Spirit--Pentecost Homily

Fr Michael Rasicci’s homily for Pentecost Sunday, 06/05/2022. Jesus shared the Holy Spirit with his apostles through His breath. After His crucifixion and resurrection, the Holy Spirit came to the Early Christians in Jerusalem gathered for a harvest festival called the Pentecost. The Holy Spirit has come to each of us at our baptism. The Holy Spirit is our direct connection to God. We can invite the Holy Spirit to help us to become the best Christians we can be. (Readings: Acts 2:1-21; Psalm 104: 25-35, 37; Romans 8:22-27; John 14 8......

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