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Fr. Luan Nguyen's Homily

Fr. Luan Nguyen's Homily

Homily of the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 8/04/20

We all are familiar with the miracle of the feeding of 5000. Most of us may ask: did Jesus need those five loaves and two fish? I think he did not really need that to make a miracle because, with God’s power, he can do anything. However, Jesus challenged ... Read More »

Homily of the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year A, 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 7/28/20

Once long ago, a king was traveling through the desert followed by his servants. Suddenly one of the camels stumbled and fell, and a chest fell from the camel's back and burst open. The Jewels, pearls and diamonds spilled all over the ground. The king looked at the treasures ... Read More »

Homily of the Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time: Year A, 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 7/20/20

Good and evil is the theme of the weed parable. From the beginning, God only created good things in the world, but unfortunately, Satan and his disciples revolted against the Lord, and they wanted to mess up God’s original creation plans. God always wants his people to live free ... Read More »

Homily of the Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 7/14/20

In the first reading, God showed his people he is a generous God. He makes rain and snow come down to earth. They do not come back to him, but make the earth fertile and fruitful. Likewise, his Word once comes out of his mouth will not come back ... Read More »

Homily of the Fourteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time: Year A, 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 7/06/20

There was a scholar who came home after his graduation. He was sitting in a row boat to go home. The scholar wanted to show off his education, so he began to ask the rower: “Do you know how to do math?” The rower replied: “No, sir.” The scholar ... Read More »

Homily of the Thirteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 7/06/20

The Gospel of Matthew today somehow continues last Sunday’s gospel. Before this teaching, Jesus said this in Matthew 10: 34-35: “Do not think that I came to bring peace on the earth; I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.” Then he said: “For I came to ... Read More »

Homily of the Twelfth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 6/23/20

Living in a communist country is scary if you are Christians, especially if you are Catholics. Many Catholics were not honest about their belief in the public. I remember, when I was in high school, one day at school. A classmate came to me during break time and asked ... Read More »

Homily of Corpus Christi Sunday, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 6/23/20

Last Sunday, we celebrated the mystery of the Holy Trinity. This Sunday, we celebrate another mystery that is the Body of Christ.  This solemnity was proposed by Saint Thomas Aquinas’ to Pope Urban IV in order to have a feast focused solely on the Holy Eucharist which is the Body ... Read More »

Homily of Trinity Sunday, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 6/10/20

The Doctrine of Holy Trinity is a mystery which the human brain cannot understand how there are three Divine Persons in one God. It is because the mysteries of God are so great for the human mind to handle. God is mysterious and powerful. Humans are a lowly creature ... Read More »

Homily for Pentecost Sunday, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 6/10/20

Luke Acts tells us, eleven Apostles and Virgin Mary were gathered to pray and wait for the Holy Spirit to come as Jesus commanded them before his ascension. Then the Holy Spirit came down on each of them in the figure of tongue of fire, and they were changed ... Read More »

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