Fr. Luan Nguyen's Homily

Fr. Luan Nguyen's Homily

Homily of the Third Sunday of Advent, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 12/18/18

A woman walked into the kitchen to find her husband walking around with a fly swatter. "What are you doing?" She asked. "Hunting flies," he responded. "Oh, killing any?" She asked. "Yep, 3 males, and 2 females," he replied. Intrigued, she asked: "How can you tell which is which?" ... Read More »

Homily of the Second Advent Sunday, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 12/09/18

After the fall of Jerusalem, Israel people lost their hope and joyful spirit. They thought they were abandoned by God. Prophet Baruch knew his mission to be bringing hope and joy to his people. He used some contrast images between cloths of mourning and despair and cloths of hope ... Read More »

Homily of the First Sunday of Advent: Year C, 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 12/02/18

Some years ago in Hollywood, there was an actor who was seriously ill. After examination, his doctor told him, “Your situation is worse. We have to do surgeries which will last thirty-six hours, and we hope it will save you. Later, he confessed, “In those 36 hours, I had ... Read More »

Homily of Christ the King, Year B: 2018

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 11/25/18

It is said that St. Peter was once troubled when he noticed the presence of several souls whom he did not remember having let in through the doors of Heaven. He then began to investigate and finally found the place they were sneaking in through.

He went diligently to ... Read More »

Homily of the Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year B, 2018

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 11/25/18

Many of us had seen some movies or read some books about the “doom day” or the “Final Day”. As our liturgical year comes to an end, all readings today give us a big picture of how that day will be coming. Prophet Daniel described the day, in which ... Read More »

Homily of the Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year B, 2018

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 11/25/18

Let me tell you about Mrs. Osceola McCarthy. The New York Times named Osceola McCarthy a Statute of Charity of the United States. She passed away Oct. 3rd, 1999 at 91 year of age. One day in July 1995, the president of a University of North Mississippi was surprised ... Read More »

Homily of the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year B, 2018

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 10/28/18

There is a man who talks to God like this. “Lord, may I ask you something?”

“What do you want, son?” God replied. “What does a month look like in heaven?” the man asked. “Like a blink of the eyes,” the Lord said. “What does a year look like in ... Read More »

Homily of the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year B, 2018

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 10/21/18

During Vatican Two, four American bishops were on a plane to Rome. Over the intercom came this announcement: “I regret to inform you that one of our motors is not working. However, no cause to worry. We have three good motors working.”

A little old lady stopped the stewardess ... Read More »

Homily of the Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B: 2018

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 10/13/18

In 1979, Pope John Paul II visited France. There was a group of journalists that asked him: What do you think about when more young people are leaving the Church? Will you make the Church easier to follow? To answer their question, the Pope reminded them about the rich ... Read More »

Homily for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year B, 2018

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 10/07/18

There is a couple who had been married for more than 65 years and talked about almost everything except the shoebox in her closet that the wife cautioned her husband never to ask about it. He respected her wishes, but one day the wife got very sick and the ... Read More »

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