Fr. Pat presents three points of reflection related to the first three months of Jesus's life: the Holy Spirit, the Ark of the Covenant, and Mary's departure back to Nazareth.
Fr. Pat explains why the Church emphasizes Christ's multiplication of the loaves and fish.
Fr. Pat discusses Peter walking on the water.
Fr. Pat compares the story of Peter walking on the water with that of the man who brings his son to Jesus.
1 Corinthians 15 is arguable among the most important passages of the Bible. Fr. Pat examines this passage from today's reading.
Fr. Pat discusses the parable of the servant and the debt he owed to the king.
In the parable of the Vineyard and the Vinedressers, Jesus is not giving a moral teaching, as might be expected, but rather is presenting His own story about His relationship to God and to the people of Israel. Fr. Pat discusses this.
Fr. Pat discusses three words from the first chapter of 2 Corinthians.
In this homily, given on the Sunday of the Elevation of the Holy Cross, Fr. Pat looks at the cross through the eyes of Paul, Peter, and John.
Fr. Pat reflects upon the inseparability of the message of Christ from the Person of Christ, and how that affects three aspects of our lives: our piety, our forgiveness of others, and our justification.