Father George William Rutler Homilies
2020-08-30 - 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

2020-08-30 - 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

August 30, 2020

30 August 2020

The Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Matthew 16:21-27 + Homily

16 Minutes 51 Seconds

Link to the Readings:

https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/083020.cfm

(New American Bible, Revised Edition)

From the parish bulletin of Sunday 30 August 2020:

  It is our custom not to have the "From the Pastor" column during the weeks of August. The parish website is still available with general news and information. It is a pleasure to have a community of friends beyond the regular number of our own parishioners. We are grateful for the support of all, especially during these months of “lockdown,” and the resulting financial challenges. In addition to individual gifts, the parish website explains how contributions can be made electronically, providing convenient records for donors. 

  Until the Pastor's Column resumes in September, books by Father Rutler to benefit the parish are available in our church and through the publishers Ignatius Press and Sophia Institute as well as Amazon. In celebration of the August 4 Feast of Saint John Vianney, patron saint of parish priests, subscribers may want to read his biography by Father Rutler, The Curé d'Ars Today, published by Ignatius Press.

 

2020-08-23 - 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time

2020-08-23 - 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time

August 23, 2020

23 August 2020

The Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time

Matthew 16:13-20 + Homily

18 Minutes 50 Seconds

Link to the Readings:

https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/082320.cfm

(New American Bible, Revised Edition)

From the parish bulletin of Sunday 23 August 2020:

  It is our custom not to have the "From the Pastor" column during the weeks of August. The parish website is still available with general news and information. It is a pleasure to have a community of friends beyond the regular number of our own parishioners. We are grateful for the support of all, especially during these months of “lockdown,” and the resulting financial challenges. In addition to individual gifts, the parish website explains how contributions can be made electronically, providing convenient records for donors. 

  Until the Pastor's Column resumes in September, books by Father Rutler to benefit the parish are available in our church and through the publishers Ignatius Press and Sophia Institute as well as Amazon. In celebration of the August 4 Feast of Saint John Vianney, patron saint of parish priests, subscribers may want to read his biography by Father Rutler, The Curé d'Ars Today, published by Ignatius Press.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020-08-16 - 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time

2020-08-16 - 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time

August 16, 2020

16 August 2020

The Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Matthew 15:21-28 + Homily

19 Minutes 39 Seconds

Link to the Readings:

https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/081620.cfm

(New American Bible, Revised Edition)

From the parish bulletin of Sunday 16 August 2020:

  It is our custom not to have the "From the Pastor" column during the weeks of August. The parish website is still available with general news and information. It is a pleasure to have a community of friends beyond the regular number of our own parishioners. We are grateful for the support of all, especially during these months of “lockdown,” and the resulting financial challenges. In addition to individual gifts, the parish website explains how contributions can be made electronically, providing convenient records for donors. 

  Until the Pastor's Column resumes in September, books by Father Rutler to benefit the parish are available in our church and through the publishers Ignatius Press and Sophia Institute as well as Amazon. In celebration of the August 4 Feast of Saint John Vianney, patron saint of parish priests, subscribers may want to read his biography by Father Rutler, The Curé d'Ars Today, published by Ignatius Press.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020-08-09 - 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time

2020-08-09 - 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time

August 9, 2020

9 August 2020

The Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Matthew 14:22-33 + Homily

19 Minutes 09 Seconds

Link to the Readings:

https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/080920.cfm

(New American Bible, Revised Edition)

From the parish bulletin of Sunday 9 August 2020:

  It is our custom not to have the "From the Pastor" column during the weeks of August. The parish website is still available with general news and information. It is a pleasure to have a community of friends beyond the regular number of our own parishioners. We are grateful for the support of all, especially during these months of “lockdown,” and the resulting financial challenges. In addition to individual gifts, the parish website explains how contributions can be made electronically, providing convenient records for donors. 

  Until the Pastor's Column resumes in September, books by Father Rutler to benefit the parish are available in our church and through the publishers Ignatius Press and Sophia Institute as well as Amazon. In celebration of the August 4 Feast of Saint John Vianney, patron saint of parish priests, subscribers may want to read his biography by Father Rutler, The Curé d'Ars Today, published by Ignatius Press.

 

2020-08-02 - 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

2020-08-02 - 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

August 2, 2020

2 August 2020

The Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

Matthew 14:13-21 + Homily

 

19 Minutes 02 Seconds

 

Link to the Readings:

http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/080220.cfm

(New American Bible, Revised Edition)

 

From the parish bulletin of Sunday 2 August 2020:

  It is our custom not to have the "From the Pastor" column during the weeks of August. The parish website is still available with general news and information. It is a pleasure to have a community of friends beyond the regular number of our own parishioners. We are grateful for the support of all, especially during these months of “lockdown,” and the resulting financial challenges. In addition to individual gifts, the parish website explains how contributions can be made electronically, providing convenient records for donors. 

  Until the Pastor's Column resumes in September, books by Father Rutler to benefit the parish are available in our church and through the publishers Ignatius Press and Sophia Institute as well as Amazon. In celebration of the August 4 Feast of Saint John Vianney, patron saint of parish priests, subscribers may want to read his biography by Father Rutler, The Curé d'Ars Today, published by Ignatius Press.

 

 

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