Sunday Soundbites

Sunday Soundbite for June 20, 2021

Jun 16, 2021 Sunday Soundbites
In today's First Reading God asks Job to think about the power of the sea and its waves. That power, God says, is kept in check by God’s greater power!

Sunday Soundbite for June 13, 2021

Jun 9, 2021 Sunday Soundbites
When we are tempted to despair at the oppression or violence in our world we must remember that the Kingdom’s truth will prevail, and the love of God has overcome all in Jesus Christ.

Sunday Soundbite for June 6, 2021

Jun 2, 2021 Sunday Soundbites
Our Scriptures today emphasize the Jewish roots of our Eucharist. In the Gospel Jesus asked his disciples to prepare the Passover meal where he would give them his body and blood as food.

Sunday Soundbite for May 30, 2021

May 26, 2021 Sunday Soundbites
If we listen with our hearts to the mystery contained in the doctrine of the Trinity we end up with a very personal portrait of God.

Sunday Soundbite for May 23, 2021

May 19, 2021 Sunday Soundbites
It’s a characteristic of Catholicism to see God’s goodness in all of creation, in various human endeavors, and in the cultures and histories of human beings wherever the gospel is preached.

Sunday Soundbite for May 16, 2021

May 16, 2021 Sunday Soundbites
Do we realize the implications of bearing the name of Christ in our world today? Do we believe in the power we were given at baptism, when we were named and signed with the cross of Christ?

Sunday Soundbite for the Ascension of the Lord

May 12, 2021 Sunday Soundbites
Today we look for signs of Christ’s presence in communities where the gospel is preached. The lives of believers should exhibit the power of Christ at work.

Sunday Soundbite for May 9, 2021

May 5, 2021 Sunday Soundbites
In prayer we relate to God with the intimate friendship described by Jesus. We come to prayer with all the confidence that good friends bring to a relationship.

Sunday Soundbite for May 2, 2021

Apr 28, 2021 Sunday Soundbites
The story about Saul and the Jerusalem community reminds us how important it is to affirm one another within our contemporary parish settings. We must welcome and integrate those who are new to the community.