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In this homily from July 24, 2022, Deacon Dave Carignan talks about our Lord's prayer and how we are to call out to the Father with the trusting heart of a child. Seeking the Father's will we come to know His Son, our Lord. This 4th Sunday of July is World day for grandparents and the elderly. The homily urges grandparents to pray for their childre…
 
Team members from Encounter Ministries interview parishioner Alicia Cergnal about her experience of the two-year Encounter School of Ministry. To learn more about the upcoming Encounter Summer Intensive July 11-14 at St Pat's please go here: https://encounterministries.us/summer-intensive-offerings/ Encounter Ministries (www.encounterministries.us)…
 
In this homily given at St Pat's on May 22, 2022, Fr. Mathias explains that when understood properly the universal human experience of attempting to assuage guilt through blame, defensiveness and denial cannot bring the peace that God's forgiveness brings. God's mercy is the only way to peace we all need. Therefore, we need to understand the negati…
 
“I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish” (John 10:28) In this homily given at St. Patrick’s on the 4th Sunday of Easter (May 8, 2022), Fr Graham Keep speaks about Jesus the Good Shepherd desiring that all people be reconciled to the Father in the Spirit. All of humanity is made by and for union with God. Our fulfillment is in heaven,…
 
In this homily given at St Pat's on May 1, 2022, Fr. Mathias preaches about free speech and perennial attempts by those who resist Jesus to try to silence or censor Christian truth. Like the Sanhedrin who ordered the apostles to stop preaching Jesus in Acts of the Apostles, we too find people today who seem to resent the fact that the truth of God …
 
In this homily given at St Pat's on the Easter Vigil (April 16, 2022), Fr. Mathias reflects how the Resurrection scatters the darkness of suffering and death in our own lives. He uses the Paschal Candle as a symbol of the Light of Christ that each of us are given in baptism and carry in faith. As Christians we are to keep the flame of faith burning…
 
In this homily given at St Pat's on Easter Sunday, (April 17, 2022), Fr. Mathias preaches about the truth of the Resurrection as it was first preached by St Peter, the first Pope, in the Acts of the Apostles. If Jesus really is risen from the dead, then God is looking for a response to the revelation of his love. As we look at our desire for heaven…
 
In this homily given at St Pat's on Good Friday (April 15, 2022), Fr. Mathias preaches about God's response to evil and suffering in the world is to enter into it to transform it from within. The perfect image of this response is Jesus' death on the Cross. When we suffer in this life, Father challenges us to focus on Jesus on the Cross and invite h…
 
In this homily given at St Pat's on Passion (Palm Sunday), (April 10, 2022), Fr. Mathias challenges us to "stay with Jesus" as we commemorate his suffering, death and resurrection. As we draw near to Jesus in his suffering, we unite our sufferings to his, which allows him to love us in them. Since only those who suffer with Jesus will be raised wit…
 
In this homily given at St Pat's, (March 13, 2022), Fr. Mathias explains that because of what Jesus has done for us we belong more to heaven than to this world; we are, in fact, citizens of heaven. This has immediate and concrete implications for how we live in our world today. Living as citizens of heaven allows us to have clarity on who we should…
 
In this homily given at St Pat's, (February 20, 2022), Fr. Mathias breaks open Jesus' command to love our enemies and explains why this command to radical love makes us different from the world around us. The reason why God commands us to love those who hate us is that he wants us to be like him. With a renewed awareness of how God has saved us fro…
 
On Sunday, February 6th, we heard from Bishop Boyea on the upcoming Synod called by Pope Francis, and our role in that process. Afterwards Fr. Mathias explained why it's important for us to reach out to those we know who have fallen away from the faith. More information about the Synod can be found on the Diocese of Lansing website at: https://www.…
 
Third Sunday of Advent In this third homily of a four-part series given on December 12, 2021, Fr. Mathias preaches on the Mass as a Sacred Banquet in which we are invited to be one with Jesus our Bridegroom in Holy Communion. Addressing the proper spiritual posture we should have while approaching the Altar, Father goes into detail on how to receiv…
 
In this second homily of a four-part series given on December 5th 2021, Fr. Miguel takes us deeper into the Mass as Sacrifice and helps us understand how we offer ourselves to the Lord with the sacrifice of Jesus. www.stpatrickcatholicparish.orgDi St. Patrick Catholic Parish
 
What is the Sacred Liturgy and how do we actively participate in the Mass? In this first homily of a four-part series given on November 28 2021, Fr. Mathias gives an introduction on how to be well disposed to receive what God has for us at Mass, especially in the Liturgy of the Word.Di St. Patrick Catholic Parish
 
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Death, judgment, heaven, hell. What happens at the final judgment? What happens when the world ends? What about our particular judgment? Here, Fr. Mathias gives us some tips on how to prepare. www.stpatrickcatholicparish.orgDi St. Patrick Catholic Parish
 
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time What does it mean that Jesus makes himself a ransom? With the price of his life, Jesus takes on our sin and guilt in order to free us from bondage and restore our relationship with our loving Father. There is no greater love! Living in this truth changes our worldview. www.stpatrickcatholicparish.org…
 
Fr. M.S. Selvaraj is from the Diocese of Kumbakonam, India and is participating in this year’s Mission Cooperative Appeal. This Diocese, started in 1899 in the state of Tamil Nadu, India has 94 parishes and 610 missions, served by 224 diocesan and 79 religious priests, 620 nuns, 12 trained catechists and 330 untrained lay catechists and two social …
 
To learn more about the Witness to Love program that Deacon Dave talked about you can visit their website here: https://witnesstolove.org/ Learn more about our Civil Marriage Welcome Event in October here: https://www.stpatrickcatholicparish.org/events/civilunion-welcomeeventDi St. Patrick Catholic Parish
 
25th Sunday in Ordinary Time True greatness lies not in worldly status or rank, but in how well we serve others in love. As such, let's stop arguing about things that don't matter and love one another without thinking of what we get in return. www.stpatrickcatholicparish.orgDi St. Patrick Catholic Parish
 
18th Sunday in Ordinary Time If Christianity were made illegal, would there be enough evidence in your life to convict you? As St. Paul says, we must put off the Old Self with a darkened mind and deceitful desires, and put on the New Self of a renewed mind and righteousness. www.stpatrickcatholicparish.org…
 
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