This is Fr. Prentice Tipton's homily from the 8 AM Easter Sunday Mass at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Fr. Prentice concludes his homily for the Rerouting series by asking, "What have we done with our freedom?" After reflecting on the baptisms he witnessed during the Easter Vigil Mass the previous evening, Fr. Prentice reminds the congregants that the shackles of sin are broken through the power of Christ's resurrection.

Direct download: FPTEaster2017.m4a
Category:Rerouting -- posted at: 5:25pm EST

This is Fr. John Simoneau's homily from the 10:30 AM Easter Sunday Mass at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Fr. John concludes his homily for the Rerouting series by telling the congregants that they have reason to hope. Fr. John points out that the world is in the state that it is in due to continued doubt that Christ is the key to happiness. He encourages us not to be ashamed to be recognized as followers of Christ in our daily interactions with others.

Direct download: FJSEaster2017.m4a
Category:Rerouting -- posted at: 5:14pm EST

This is Fr. Pierre Ingram's homily from the 1 PM Easter Sunday Mass at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Fr. Pierre concludes his homily for the Rerouting series by looking at the empty tomb as the cradle of the catholic church, the task of discipleship, and the truth of the resurrection.

Direct download: FPIEaster2017.m4a
Category:Homily -- posted at: 12:33pm EST

In this homily from the Easter Vigil Mass, Fr. Riccardo discusses what comes next. As the parish concludes the fourteen week long Rerouting series, Fr. John tells the congregation that Jesus has risen and there is work to do. Fr. John offers several concrete suggestions for ways that we can live our lives in a manner that makes God tangible to each other and to all who meet us.

Direct download: EasterVigil2017.m4a
Category:Rerouting -- posted at: 12:02pm EST

Fr. Pierre Ingram discusses the toll road in this homily from the 5 PM Mass at OLGC for the Rerouting series. Fr. Pierre encourages the congregants to make an inventory of all of the sins of their lives and to express gratitude to God that they have all been washed away by the blood of Christ. Resources for Rerouting, including video taped sessions and outlines, may be found on the parish website.

Direct download: FPIHomily040917.m4a
Category:Rerouting -- posted at: 9:23am EST

Fr. Riccardo discusses the toll road while continuing the Rerouting series. Fr. John asks the congregation, "What amount is due for the sins of our whole lives?" As we enter Holy Week, Fr. Riccardo suggests that we set aside time this week to watch The Passion of the Christ and to make a life-long examination of our lives. Resources for Rerouting, including video taped sessions and outlines, may be found on the parish website.

Direct download: Homily040917_8.m4a
Category:Rerouting -- posted at: 9:06am EST

Fr. John Simoneau looks at what is involved in crossing the border in this Wednesday evening Rerouting Deeper Dive session. Fr. John encourages the audience members to move outside their comfort zones to bring others to Christ. A videotaped recording of Fr. John's talk may be viewed on the parish website.
 
Direct download: RDD040517.m4a
Category:Rerouting -- posted at: 11:41am EST

Fr. John Simoneau preached at all of the weekend Masses this past weekend to continue the Rerouting series. Fr. John looks at what it means to cross the "border" while debunking the voices we may hear along the way. Fr. John uses the words of Pope Benedict XVI to remind the congregants that we have nothing to lose by letting Christ in our lives. In addition to the Sunday homilies, the parish is hosting Wednesday evening Rerouting Deeper Dive sessions to help pave the way. Resources for Rerouting, including video taped sessions and outlines, may be found on the parish website.

Direct download: Homily040217_08_Rerouting12.m4a
Category:Rerouting -- posted at: 9:34am EST



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