Backlog of Homilies

This post contains links to a list of homilies that were part of a backlog brought about by some technical issues. While these were resolved soon after Easter, it took time to process the homilies.  They have been on the parish Facebook page for just over a week.

There were no homilies captured for Holy Week and Easter Sunday, except for the Easter Vigil homily of Fr. Aidan Logan, O.C.s.o. who was visiting.

For Divine Mercy, we have Fr. Perrone’s homily, delivered at the 6:30 a.m. Mass.

We have two homilies for the Third Sunday of Easter: First, there is Fr. John’s homily from the 9:30 a.m. Mass.  He gave special permission for this homily to uploaded. In it, he discusses, briefly, the Holy Father’s letter, Amoris Laetitia.  We also have Fr. Perrone’s homily from the Noon Mass.

Finally, on April 17th, 2016, Fr. Perrone addressed all of the Masses. It concerned a recently discovered Eucharistic sacrilege, and some thoughts in general about Eucharistic reverence.   The handout he mentions in his homily can be found in PDF form here. 

Lastly, we are still working on getting audio from April 24th; and, there is no audio recording for May 1st since it was CSA weekend.

 

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