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Homilies, Teaching, and Inspiration from Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, Mechanicsburg, PA

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  • Homily for the 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Monsignor King)

    Homily for the 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Monsignor King)

    16/08/2020 Duración: 12min

    (August 16, 2020) "I am more like any other person in the world, than I am unlike them," Monsignor King reminds us, as he considers the story of the encounter between Jesus  and the Canaanite woman from the region of Tyre and Sidon, who sought His blessing.

  • Homily for the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Father Eseke)

    Homily for the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Father Eseke)

    09/08/2020 Duración: 15min

    (August 9, 2020) Why were the disciples terrified by the sight of Jesus walking on the water? Father Anthony Eseke analyzes this weekend's Gospel by looking at the storm, Peter, and Jesus Himself.

  • A Gut Punch (Monsignor King)

    A Gut Punch (Monsignor King)

    02/08/2020 Duración: 12min

    (August 2, 2020) The people learned that John the Baptist had been brutally killed, and they were in shocked disbelief. They needed Jesus to reassure them that this wouldn’t be the end. An astonishing and very graphic verb is used in the Bible text to describe his reaction. The verb describes one’s innards being turned inside out from deep emotion. Jesus was pulled by an energy beyond his grief to feed their hungers—their stomachs were empty, but so were their hopes and dreams.DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT

  • The Price of Great Pearls (Monsignor King)

    The Price of Great Pearls (Monsignor King)

    26/07/2020 Duración: 04min

    (July 26, 2020) From the beginning of the Bible to its end, from Genesis to Revelation, the one thing God talks about the most is — well, us! God is in love with humanity and can’t stop talking about us. How does God spend His treasure? That would be on us as well. Consider this: God sent His only-begotten Son to be with us, and to die for us. You — you — are the most important thing to God. DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT: https://links.steas.net/The-Price-of-Great-Pearls

  • I Have a Mustard Seed ... (Monsignor King)

    I Have a Mustard Seed ... (Monsignor King)

    19/07/2020 Duración: 08min

    (July 19, 2020) Just have faith and God will make everything better, right? And if things don't get better, it's because my faith is weak. Now would be when the buzzer sounds, because that's wrong thinking!DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT

  • Running To and Fro (Monsignor King)

    Running To and Fro (Monsignor King)

    12/07/2020 Duración: 11min

    (July 12, 2020) In his homily for July 12, Monsignor King invites us to consider the words of the Collect at today's Mass. We prayed for three actions: Grace, rejection, and striving. "Grace come from God – the Divine assistance we need at every moment in life. The rest comes from us: to choose whatever is of Christ, and to reject everything that is not. Be open to receive to the Divine Assistance and make consistent choices to follow Jesus and only Jesus."DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT HERE: http://links.steas.net/Running-To-and-Fro

  • Live Weak! (Monsignor King)

    Live Weak! (Monsignor King)

    05/07/2020 Duración: 01min

    (July 5, 2020) In his homily for the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Monsignor King invites us to consider this gospel message: Jesus tells us that it is not in our strength but in our weakness that we know the strength of God. In our strength, we know ourselves. In our weakness, we know God. DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT AT: http://links.steas.net/live-weak

  • Homily for the 13th Week in Ordinary Time (Monsignor King)

    Homily for the 13th Week in Ordinary Time (Monsignor King)

    28/06/2020 Duración: 21min

    (June 28, 2020) In his homily for the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Monsignor King invites us to go beyond pressing the "Like" button and make Jesus central to our lives.DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT

  • Logoi and Aretologies (Monsignor King)

    Logoi and Aretologies (Monsignor King)

    20/06/2020 Duración: 02min

    (June 20, 2020) Monsignor King talks about how knowledge of Jesus was spread in the early days of the Church, and invites us to consider the stories that sustain and strenghten our own faith.

  • Homily for the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ (Monsignor King)

    Homily for the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ (Monsignor King)

    13/06/2020 Duración: 10min

    (June 14, 2020) "Jesus walks in this midst of human suffering and human pain. Where there is a voice that calls out for transformation of injustice, it is the voice of Jesus that speaks through His people. And we can enter in to that cry for justice that comes from our Lord in the midst of His people. We can enter into the transforming grace of the gift of God's Incarnation that changes us from the inside out."

  • Homily for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity (Monsignor King)

    Homily for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity (Monsignor King)

    07/06/2020 Duración: 10min

    (June 7, 2020) We love because we have first been loved by God, and each person we cast our gaze upon during the course of a day is equally beloved of our Father.

  • Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Easter (Father Schenck)

    Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Easter (Father Schenck)

    10/05/2020 Duración: 04min

    (May 10, 2020) "On this Mother's Day, we're very conscious of the many mothers, grandmothers, and great-grandmothers who are often in this very situation regularly in their days. Perhaps because of health or because of disability that comes from age, they are unable to move about or to go out as they once did. Perhaps in these days, when we're confined to our homes, when we're limited in our movement or our contacts, we now can sense what life is like for those who are limited by age or by disability or by illness."

  • Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Easter (Monsignor King)

    Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Easter (Monsignor King)

    03/05/2020 Duración: 07min

    (May 3, 2020) The more we look for things to fill the void within us, the more we realize it's not working. We're not meant to be filled with temporary things; we're meant to be filled with things of eternity, and grace, and glory, and goodness.

  • Homily for the Third Sunday of Easter (Monsignor King)

    Homily for the Third Sunday of Easter (Monsignor King)

    26/04/2020 Duración: 08min

    (April 26, 2020) "It is in the suffering Jesus, the Jesus who serves and suffers in our midst, that we find redemption, that we find hope, that we find the true God, and that is what distinguishes Christianity from any other religion."

  • Homily for Sunday of Divine Mercy 2020 (Monsignor King)

    Homily for Sunday of Divine Mercy 2020 (Monsignor King)

    19/04/2020 Duración: 03min

    (April 19, 2020) Thomas doubted at the Resurrection of Jesus and the appearance of the Lord because he wasn't with the other disciples. They had seen the Lord together; they could strengthen one another by their testimony. But Thomas stood apart; he stood alone. And in that aloneness, doubt arose.

  • Homily for Easter 2020 (Monsignor King)

    Homily for Easter 2020 (Monsignor King)

    12/04/2020 Duración: 03min

    (April 12, 2020) "Peace be with you." When He had said this, we're told, He showed them His hands and His side, His wounds. Not the glorious all-perfect Risen Christ, but the Suffering Messiah. In His brokenness, we find our peace. 

  • Homily for Palm Sunday 2020 (Monsignor King)

    Homily for Palm Sunday 2020 (Monsignor King)

    05/04/2020 Duración: 03min

    (April 5, 2020) Reverend Monsignor William J. King, JCD, KCHS, pastor of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, compares the situation of those who welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem with palms and singing to the situation we are facing today, and reminds us that God always has the last word.

  • Which Are You? (Monsignor King)

    Which Are You? (Monsignor King)

    29/03/2020 Duración: 03min

    (March 29, 2020) Monsignor King invites us to think about the persons in the story of the raising of Lazarus, and to consider which person we resemble most closely in our relationship to Jesus in these troubling times.

  • Mass for the Fourth Sunday of Advent 2020 (Monsignor King)

    Mass for the Fourth Sunday of Advent 2020 (Monsignor King)

    22/03/2020 Duración: 35min

    (March 22, 2020)  Reverend Monsignor William J. King, JCD, KCHS, pastor of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, Mechanicsburg, PA, celebrates a private Mass on Laetare Sunday, the halfway point of Lent. Download the Order of Mass HERE. 

  • The Fears of the Woman at the Well (Monsignor King)

    The Fears of the Woman at the Well (Monsignor King)

    15/03/2020 Duración: 01min

    (March 15, 2020) MONSTERS AND GIANTS frighten the human psyche, and always have, even if — as for the woman at the well — those monsters are the creation of her own soul, her own guilt, her own shame. Jesus, however, speaks gently into the monsters that frighten us, as He did at the well, melting the shame, quenching the terror. Allow Him to speak His grace gently into your heart now, bringing living water to refresh, console, heal, and transform. No monster or giant can seize you from the loving arms of God.

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