Sermons from April 2017

The Divine Mercy: Fruit of Lent and Easter

St. Gregory of Nazianzen called the Second Sunday of Easter (Octave or Eight Day of Easter) as “the birthday of salvation”; St. Augustine as “the compendium of mercy”; and St. Thomas Aquinas as “the second perfection of Easter.” Then, on April 30, 2000, as he canonized St. Faustina, St. John Paul II named the Second…

Our Only Response Is JOY

We were created for joy. You never hear someone say, “You know, this whole joy thing is not for me. I wish I had a little bit more misery in my life.” We are created for joy, but we come to realize that it’s not something we can just buy at the local Store. Think…

Gods Power for Those Who Believe

In the Gospel today, Jesus shows us our faith, combined with Him is something much more. It is not just a passive faith that takes the shots as they come. Through Martha’s faith in Christ, we see the power of belief conjoined to God. When news reaches Him that Lazarus was sick, He didn’t hurrying…