Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church: Catholic Sunday Homilies
We May Live Like we Believe in Many Gods until God‘s Love Unites Us (MK 12:28-34) (31 OT)

We May Live Like we Believe in Many Gods until God‘s Love Unites Us (MK 12:28-34) (31 OT)

October 31, 2021

The great commandment given by Jesus is a consequence of Monotheism, the belief that there is only one God. The law first given by Moses told that God is One, and is God of All. However it was not until Jesus, His life, death, resurrection, and communicating that event in the Eucharist, that we were to encounter and receive the Love of God for us, that transforms us making us one with Him and His Love and thus with one another. Let us give God Thanks, Eucharist!

Domingo XXXI Tiempo Ordinario (Mk 12:28-34)

Domingo XXXI Tiempo Ordinario (Mk 12:28-34)

October 31, 2021

Homilia del padre Carlos.

In Life Sometimes We Get a Flat Tire: What is It‘s Message? (Mk 10:46-53)

In Life Sometimes We Get a Flat Tire: What is It‘s Message? (Mk 10:46-53)

October 24, 2021

Sometimes in life we are sidelined by say a flat tire, at the side of the road like Bartimaeus, and we need to get back on the Journey towards' Jesus or with Him. Sometimes we need to reach out to help others who are at the side of the road.  

Domingo  Tiempo Ordinario (MK 10:46-52)

Domingo Tiempo Ordinario (MK 10:46-52)

October 24, 2021

Homilia del padre Carlos.

The Disciples Were Confused About Jesus: We Can Be Too. (Mk 10:35-45) (29 OT)

The Disciples Were Confused About Jesus: We Can Be Too. (Mk 10:35-45) (29 OT)

October 18, 2021

Like the disciples in the Gospel today, we too can be unaware of what God has done for us in Jesus Christ, and why we say He is the Messiah, God, Savior and just how is it that we are saved. Of all world religions, Christianity is unique. It is the only one announced before hand by God. It is the only one founded by a human claiming to be God. We are saved not by our own effort, but by God's with whom we are called to be in relationship with, to know, to love, and to follow. 

Domingo XXIX Tiempo Ordinario (Mk 10:35-45)

Domingo XXIX Tiempo Ordinario (Mk 10:35-45)

October 18, 2021

Homilia del Padre Carlos.

Strive for the One Goal that Matters not the Many that Won‘t (Mk 10:17-30) (28 OT)

Strive for the One Goal that Matters not the Many that Won‘t (Mk 10:17-30) (28 OT)

October 10, 2021

You heard it said much today that you can do anything you put your mind too. Although this message can do much good, the message today is that all things are possible ONLY with God.  That is things according to His will, and with His help.  What Good is it if we gain the whole world, yet in the process loose our soul? Seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and all these other things will be provided as well. Seek the Wisdom of God, Jesus, and follow Him. 

Domingo XXVIII Tiempo Ordinario (Mk 10:17-30)

Domingo XXVIII Tiempo Ordinario (Mk 10:17-30)

October 10, 2021

Homilia del padre Carlos.

Marriage is a 24/7 Sacrament Supercharged by Jesus (Mk 10:2-16) (27 OT)

Marriage is a 24/7 Sacrament Supercharged by Jesus (Mk 10:2-16) (27 OT)

October 3, 2021

Marriage is a sacrament, instituted by God originally, and restored by Jesus because of our hardness of heart. God is love and we are created in His image and likeness, to love faithfully. We in our weakness fail, but God wants to "Supercharge" our lives to help us live the highest call in faithful love to each other, and to Jesus. Unlike other sacraments that we receive only during some moments in our lives we receive and live the sacrament of marriage 24/7. 

Homilia Domingo XXVII Tiempo Ordinario (Mk 10:2-16)
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