Fr McCarthy reminds us of our role in the church – to be joyful advocates for our faith. Fr McCarthy recognizes this can seem very difficult but offers encouragment and reminds us we are capable. As he said, “Isn’t it worth the effort to bring God’s presence to somene’s life, to bring them back to … Continued
Fr McCarthy reflects on a a topic that can be difficult for us to disucss: death. Fr. McCarthy though re-affirms what we know, though, that God is with us through it all so we can can look forward to being with him in our future.
Fr McCarthy always reflects on Gospel readings like this week’s planting of the seeds and expands on its meaning in ways we have not considered. Hear him talk about being patient in our faith to grown deep, strong roots, a strong foundation and a close relationship with God.
This past Sunday Fr McCarthy, in his homily, asks, Do you believe the Eucharist is the body of Christ? Do you believe that at Mass bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ?” Click the link below to hear him make a compelling case to believe.
Fr McCarthy recognizes the Trinity is at the heart of who we are as Catholics and is an opportunity to form a close relationship with God. Listen in as he talks about how our relationship with God can be inspirng simply because others will see it in us and want to be a part of … Continued
Birthdays are a day in which many people expect their gift. This past Sunday’s homily, Fr McCarthy emphasizes on our church’s birthday, Pentecost, we receive the gift as a member of our faith community. Click the link below to receive your Birthday Gift.
Listen in to Deacon Ethan’s Sunday Homily. He reminds us love is special and in its everlasting meaning is deep in our hearts – like Jesus’ love for us. Click the link below to hear him speak – the future of our church is very bright.
Scripture readings are full of stories, metaphors and parables to help instruct us. Fr McCarthy took full advantage of the opportunity to expand on these stories that compare people growing in faith and closeness to God to gardens and plants. His homily seemed especially appropriate for this time of the year as we experience the … Continued
In Jesus’ time, people understood the difference between a Good Shepherd who stayed with their flock as opposed to the BAD shepherd who ran away from danger. Fr McCarthy highlights those differences as he reflects on Jesus’ sacrifice, his willingness to face danger and not abandon us for our Salvation.
We are constantly challenged to understand the reasons Christ died by crucifixion and the meaning of his resurrection. As Father McCarthy points out in his homily, it was even difficult for his Apostles and disciples to understand. Father McCarthy goes on to explain, though, what a wondrous gift it was that demands from us our … Continued