Browsing the September 2017 archive of Father Hager Homilies

23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time-September 10th, 2017

Posted by Patti Kehoe on 9/13/17

     Richard Turner, the cartoonist, pictured a park with a priest seated on a bench. Before him stands a little boy about 5 years old.  Apparently the priest has just reminded the lad that he should treat others as he wants others to treat him because the boy ... Read More »

LATIN MASS-14th Sunday After Pentecost-September 10th, 2017

Posted by Patti Kehoe on 9/13/17

     The Gospel made me think, as human beings, we have many things that concern us and our families.  Yet, if we take a moment and look back on our lives and carefully consider all the times we are in need and have asked for help from God....what ... Read More »

Latin Mass 13th Sunday After Pentecost-September 3rd, 2017

Posted by Patti Kehoe on 9/07/17

     What does it mean to be grateful?  We all, perhaps, have had some thought or memory of a time when we felt so grateful to God:  For, perhaps, a firstborn child, for a recovery from a long illness, when we had a visit or when someone called ... Read More »

22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time-September 3rd, 2017

Posted by Patti Kehoe on 9/07/17

     What is the first thing you think of when you hear the phrase, "deny yourself."  It may be the thought of not eating your favorite dessert, or not buying that new gadget that everyone has to have, or it may be driving the old car until is ... Read More »