HOMILIES ON ASCENSION
Homily. The Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lordis one of the great solemnities. It occurs on the fortieth day after Easter Sunday,which always falls on a Thursday,and often passes unnoticed by the majority of Christians. So,many churches move the Ascension Day to the following Sunday to ensure more people participate in the celebration.
Homilies - The Ascension of the Lord (Year B)
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Homily on the Ascension of Jesus in Heaven, Ephesians 1:18
More Homilies for the Ascension of Our Lord. Enlightened to Our Calling and Destiny (Years A and C) After Jesus’ Ascension don’t just sit there - Witness! (Year A) 2008. Jesus Continues to be Present in his Church after his Ascension (Year B) 2006 Gathered around Our Lady after Jesus' Ascension (Year B)
Homily Sermon Ascension of Our Lord - Fr. Tommy Lane
More homilies for the Ascension of the Lord Year A Enlightened to Our Calling and Destiny (Years A and C) Related Homilies: Jesus Present in the Church after his Ascension (Year B) 2006 Gathered around Our Lady after Jesus' Ascension (Year B) 2017. Jesus' Ascension for our Salvation - Praying together before Pentecost 2011
Homilies - The Ascension of the Lord (Year B) - Father Valan
Yes, the Ascension of the Lord is a great consolation to all who are afraid of death or afraid of dying. Let us, therefore, encourage one another to remember that Jesus descended, died, resurrected and ascended into heaven for us. Let us believe and live in the hope of one day being with him in God's kingdom forever.
Homilies - The Ascension of the Lord (Year C) - Father Valan
HOMILIES. Dear Audience, For better understanding of the spiritual message behind this homily I kindly remind you to first read and contemplate the biblical texts before reading or listening to my preaching - a human reflection on the Word of God! The Ascension of the Lord (Year C) May 12, 2013 2303 5 3 Listen Read. First Reading
Torch: Catholic Homilies from the Dominican Friars
Torch provides a new Catholic homily each week written specially for this web site by Dominican friars, and read by followers worldwide. Read more. God Is Gone Up! Tuesday, May 28, 2019 Feast of the Ascension of the Lord | Fr David McLean explains the significance of the Ascension and tells us not to underestimate its importance for our
Sunday Homilies: Ascension of the Lord – year C
May 11, 2013The Feast of the Ascension is the commemoration of the elevation of Christ into heaven by His own power in presence of His disciples the fortieth day after His Resurrection. It is narrated in Mark 16:19, Luke 24:51, and in the first chapter of the Acts of the Apostles. Although the place of the Ascension is not distinctly stated, it would appear from the Acts that it was Mount Olivet.
HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD
In our minds we always think of Jesus ascension as a ' going up' and this is our natural understanding about that fact. In the Apostles' Creed, we affirm this idea of ' going up', when we pray: " He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right of the Father."Author: Revocatus Paul
Homily Stories: Ascension 2019
5: Ascension walk-out: There was a long-winded pastor who preached salvation history from Genesis to Revelation in every sermon the feast of Ascension as he reached Isaiah, he remarked that the prophet said nothing about the ascension of Our Lord.
Homily on the Feast of the Ascension - Archdiocese of Brisbane
Homily on the Feast of the Ascension In the gospel we have just heard there is something that is very odd. Jesus, we are told, withdrew from them and was carried up to heaven, but then we are told they went back to Jerusalem full of joy.
Ascension of Our Lord (May 30/ June 2. 2019) – Fr. Tony's
May 25, 2019THE ASCENSION OF OUR LORD (May 30/ June 2) 1-page summary This is the message of the Ascension (John Rose in John’s Sunday Homilies). # 2: The disciples who completed Puccini’s opera Turandot. The Italian composer Giacomo