Homilies

Homilies

Preaching is at the heart of what it means to be a Dominican. Click this site to hear our latest homilies.

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Podcasts

Podcasts

We currently produce a variety of podcasts to help with spiritual growth. In addition to our homilies, we offer Commentary, The Catholic Schoolhouse and Going Behind the Word. You can subscribe here or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Ask for Prayer

Ask for Prayer

Twice a day, every day prayers and petitions are offered for those who ask.

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  • I CHOOSE PEACE

    September 22, 2020 by

    Monday, September 21 began the #ILDP. International Lasallian Days for Peace is a time for us to focus on the many ways, big and small, that we can be peacemakers. This year’s theme is I CHOOSE PEACE. What ways can you choose peace? @CBCHighSchool @brosinprayer @lasalleretreat

  • black mug with proverb from holy bible

    Homily for September 22, 2020

    September 22, 2020 by

    Sometimes we know what we know about faith from God’s direct revelation. At other times, we know because we use our ability to reason to arrive at the truth. That is what happens in the first reading. The book of Proverbs is a collection of sayings that often reflect this second way of knowing about God. But in both instances, arriving at true wisdom is about deepening our relationship with Jesus.

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    Homily for September 20, 2020

    September 20, 2020 by

    Envy eats away at us. We can be consumed by it. We did not get that job promotion. We do not have the same material goods as others. People do not recognize us for our accomplishments as we think they should. We can even envy God. Why does he care for those people? Why does he tolerate those who think so differently than we do?

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    Going Behind the Word: The danger of envy

    September 19, 2020 by

    At the root of the dissatisfaction in this Sunday’s gospel is envy. Even though they are not treated unfairly, the first workers of the day complain because they are envious of the generosity of the Lord. And if the love of God were finite or limited, they would have a point. But, God’s love is infinite, and we cannot be more fulfilled if we are saved. God’s love is without limit, and so everyone can be loved in fullness by God.

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