Sunday, April 10, 2016

St. Bernard Sunday Homilies podcast

Our Sunday Homilies podcast features recordings of homilies given by our parish and visiting priests, alternating between the 8 and 9:30 a.m. Sunday Masses. 

You can listen to each episode individually via our SoundCloud player found below each episode description. Or you can listen to episodes on our SoundCloud page.


Third Sunday of Easter
Sunday, April 10, 2016
By Father Perry D. Leiker, pastor

"Something extraordinary happened to Jesus in Resurrection; and the risen lord, now, is the same but somehow different," Father Perry tells us in his homily for the Third Sunday of Easter, "so that we come to Mass we don't come to celebrate Jesus, we come to celebrate Jesus Christ. The difference is the Christ is the anointed, risen Lord." 

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Second Sunday of Easter (or Sunday of Divine Mercy)
Sunday, April 3, 2016
By Father Perry D. Leiker, pastor

"Thomas is an important person for us in the scriptures, because he represents the part of us that has doubts, that has questions; and we all have them," Father Perry tells us in his homily for the Second Sunday of Easter (or Divine Mercy Sunday). "Sometimes we doubt outright and we say, 'How do I know there's a God?' Sometimes we're led to say that, because of difficulties in our life. ... And they're completely undone by life. And this is the spot where Thomas was: 'I don't believe you, my friends, my fellow apostles. ... Until I see it with my own eyes, I will not believe it.' The moment he does, he goes to faith: 'My Lord, and my God.' And I have a feeling that this Gospel was written for us, specifically to help us come to that point."

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1 comment:

  1. To the parishoners of St. Bernard's. We share in your grief over the passing of Fr. Gerard Mc Sorley. He was truly a great man. He loved his parishoners and his family. His nephew Brendan McKenna, Eskra, Co. Tyrone, Ireland.

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