In this homily on September 4, 2016, Fr Jim discusses the very confusing homily in Luke 14:25-33 and how it relates to our priorities in our lives. Are we loving Jesus first and are we allowing him to rightly order our life?
In this homily on August 28, 2016, Fr Jim talks about the definition of humility and how it applies to our lives as we reflect on who we are in Christ.
In this homily on August 21, 2016, Fr Jim refers to this Sunday as "Gut Check Sunday." Are we striving to enter through the narrow gate or do we think that the road is wide that leads to salvation?
In this homily on August 14, 2016, Fr Jim compares our faith journey and the work that is required to achieve our ultimate goal to that of an Olympic athlete. We must continue to sacrifice and strive to obtain our prize of Jesus himself.
In this homily on August 7, 2016, Fr Jim talks about Jesus' message that he consistently gives to his disciples and continues to give to us today; "Do not be afraid."
In this homily on July 17, 2016, Fr Jim talks about today's Gospel of Mary and Martha. He explains how we can use this Gospel as a reminder of how we can abide with Jesus through every moment of our day.
In this homily on July 10, 2016, Fr Jim does a wonderful job of walking through the Parable of the Good Samaritan and looking at it through the views of the early church fathers.
In this homily on June 26, 2016, Fr Jim talks about the relationships and the possessions that keep us from following Jesus and the difficult choice of choosing between two good things.
In this homily on June 19, 2016, Fr Jim talks about embracing our cross as Jesus did. In doing so, things don't become easy, but they become bearable and we will begin to walk with Jesus.
In this homily on June 5, 2016, Fr Jim reflects on the reality of pain and suffering, how Jesus is with during these times and how He can give us His grace even in our darkest moments.
In this homily from the the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ on May 29,2016, Fr Jim talks about the miracle that takes place every time we go to mass, in the transubstantiation of the bread and wine into The Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ.
In this homily from the the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity on May 22,2016, Fr Jim ask us to ponder what our lives would be like if we truly recognized that we are made in the image and likeness of God?
On this homily from Pentecost Sunday on May 15, 2016, Fr. Jim talks about the love story of God and His pursuance of us, as we ask ourselves if we are "tuned in" to God.
In this homily from the 6th Sunday of Easter on May 1,2016, Fr Jim talks about the peace of Jesus and shares the reallife story of Maximilian Kolbe. Fr Jim encourages us to allow theseed of Jesus' peace in our hearts and allow it to grow.
In this homily from the 5th Sunday of Easter on April 24,2016, Fr Jim talks about the role models that we have in our livesand how Jesus is the ultimate role model.
In this homily from Easter Sunday on March 27, 2016, Fr Jim talks about the fact that Jesus is ALIVE and we are challenged to confidently allow Him to enter our lives.
In this homily from the 3rd Sunday of Easter on April 10, 2016, Fr Jim reflects on the interactions of Jesus and Peter and how our lives compare to that of Peter.
In this homily from Palm Sunday on March 20, 2016, Fr Jim talks about preparing for holy week and understanding the significance of Jesus' love and forgiveness.
In this homily from the 5th Sunday of Lent on March 13, 2016, Fr Jim ponders the question "What will happen when I encounter the mercy of God?"
In this homily from the 4th Sunday of Lent on March 6, 2016, Fr. Jim reflects on the parable of the Prodigal Son and asks us "Who is God the Father to us? And what is our relationship with Him?"
In this homily from the 3rd Sunday of Lent on February 28, 2016, Fr. Jim asks us to consider the question; "Am I producing fruit in my life? And if not, what is going wrong?"
In this homily from the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time on January 31, 2016, Fr Jim challenges us to take an active role against abortion, to preach the truth and to help those among us effected by it to experience the love and mercy of the Lord.
In this homily on the 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time on January 24, 2016, Fr Jim talks about the importance of seeking after the truth of the Lord and the value that this knowledge can bring to our lives.
In this homily on the Feast of the Epiphany on January 3, 2016, Fr Jim talks about the example of the Magi and how we can do three similar things in our lives to help us seek Christ.
In this homily from the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph on December 27, 2015, Fr Jim helps us to recognize the great dignity and responsibility of family life and to commit ourselves to the sanctification of our own families.