Fr. Luan Nguyen's Homily

Fr. Luan Nguyen's Homily

Homily for the Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year A, 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 2/24/20

The movie Romeo and Juliet was famous in the 70's I think.  I was glad I have a chance to see it once. The movie talks about the enmity between two big families in France. The two heads of the two families could not reconcile to each other because of ... Read More »

Homily for the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Year A, 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 2/17/20

There were two monks who traveled together in a long journey. When they came to a little creek, they met a beautiful young lady who waiting for someone to help her to cross the water without getting wet. She asked the first monk to carry her to the other ... Read More »

Homily of the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 2/17/20

As you have head from the beginning, forty days have passed since Christmas. Today the Church celebrates the day which Joseph and Mary brought their Son Jesus to present Him to the Lord as Moses laws described. Simeon, a righteous and devout prophet, was in the temple that day ... Read More »

Homily for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 1/27/20

“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light.” Saint Mathew told us that Jesus began his public ministry in Galilee, especially in the region of Zebulun and Naphtali. Saint Matthew saw Jesus as the Light. He came to show gentile people the way of eternal life. ... Read More »

Homily for the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 1/23/20

One of the most popular sayings of Buddha was: “I am only a finger which points to the moon.” Through this saying, Buddha clears at one point: he is not God. He is a human being like us. His mission is to share with people a way of life ... Read More »

Homily of the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 1/23/20

There is a king who was hunting in the forest. Certainly he heard the crying voice of a baby. He came and thought this child must be abandoned by his parents. He took the child home and raised him in his palace. When the boy grew up, he said: ... Read More »

Homily for the Epiphany Sunday, Year A: 2020

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 1/08/20

I remember an occasion happened to me on my first trip to Vietnam. My sisters and I went to our ancestor land in the North. You should know that in 50 years, my mom’s village has not had a pastor. So, people in the parish are hunger for priest. ... Read More »

Homily of Holy Family Sunday, Year A: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 12/30/19

            The story of Holy Family fleeing to Egypt makes me reflect on my own family experiences. 27 years ago, my family was called to an interview with American Embassy in Saigon in order to go to the United States. I remember, two weeks before the interview, my dad told ... Read More »

Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Advent, Year A: 2019

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 12/23/19

When foreign kings rallied together to attack Israel, King Ahaz lose his heart. He lost trust in the Lord God. Through the prophet Isaiah, God told him to pray for a sign, but he refused to pray: “I will not ask! I will not tempt the Lord.” We can ... Read More »

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

Posted by Ramón Camacho on 12/16/19

It’s difficult to have faith without doubt. While we prayed hard and worked hard to keep our faith alive, we sometimes ask ourselves some questions like Will the Lord be with us in our trouble? Are our commitments to the Church and the poor worth anything? These questions will ... Read More »

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