Fr. Luan Nguyen's Homily

Fr. Luan Nguyen's Homily

Homily for the Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 8/14/19

One day a court jester said something so foolish that the king, handing him a staff, said to him, “Take this staff and keep until you find a bigger fool than yourself.” Some years later the king was very ill and lay on his deathbed. The king, addressing those gathered ... Read More »

Homily for the Eighteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time: Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 8/14/19

There is a poor farmer couple who dream to have more land. Every evening after the dinner, they repeat their dream of having more land. One day, there was a rich man who came to visit and stay in their house. He saw them to repeat their dream every ... Read More »

Homily for the Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time: Year C, 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 7/17/19

A little girl told her father that some local boys had made traps to catch birds. Her father asked, “So what did you do about it?” she said, “I prayed that the traps would not work.” The father asked, “And what else?” “And I prayed that the birds wouldn’t ... Read More »

Homily for the Fourteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 7/10/19

Prophet Isaiah use the image of a mother cares for her children to express God’s love for his people Israel. “As a mother comforts her child, so will I comfort you.” God never abandoned those who have faith in Him. Remember what your mother said to you when she ... Read More »

Homily of the Thirteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 7/01/19

Old Age – Youth

“When you say your prayers tonight don’t forget to include grandma in them,” the father said to his little daughter. “Ask God to bless her and let her live to be very old.”

“My goodness, she’s old enough,” the daughter replied. “I rather ask God ... Read More »

Homily of Corpus Christi, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 6/27/19

Some years ago, Mrs. Emilie Griffin, who was an advertiser in New York, converted to Catholicism. She is the author of the book with the title “Turning.” In that book, she discusses the cause that made her to become a Catholic. She said: “the increase of devotion to the ... Read More »

Homily of the Trinity Sunday, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 6/17/19

What is “the Holy Trinity” about? I ask. It is greater than some things that people have used to explain it. Preacher Frank Sheed used “rain” to help people understand the simplicity and variety of the Trinity. He said, “Water may exist in three different forms: steam, ice, and liquid.”

Saint Patrick used a “Shamrock” with three leaves to explain the mystery. Some catechists use a triangle to understand the mystery: to be a triangle we have to have three angles and three sides. So, in order to have one perfect God, there must be three Divine Persons, Father, Son, and the Holy ... Read More »

Homily of Pentecost Sunday, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 6/10/19

The Pentecost day marked the beginning of Christianity in the world because, on that day, the message of Christ’s resurrection was first proclaimed to people in Jerusalem in different languages. On that day, the Church began her evangelize mission and continued till now. Reflecting on the Pentecost, I wonder: what is the ... Read More »

Homily for Ascension Sunday, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 6/05/19

The Acts and the gospel of Luke today begins like this: Jesus had gone through his passion and death, then after three days, he was raised from the dead. He stayed with his Apostles for forty days, and then he went up to heaven and sit at the right ... Read More »

Homily of the Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year C: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 5/28/19

A missionary priest came to Japan after two hundred years from the severe persecution in the end of sixteenth century. He thought that there would be no Catholics on the land. When he went into a small village, people asked him: who are you? And what do you do ... Read More »

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