Mary and Joseph bring Jesus to the temple. Their dedication to the will of God  inspires us. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.

Pope Francis asked that the Third Sunday of Ordinary Time be known as “Word of God Sunday.” We reflect on the tremendous gift of the Bible. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.

The priests’ words before communion come from St. John the Baptist. The second part, “Blessed are those called to the supper of the Lamb,” comes from the book of Revelation. Together they have a special message for us. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.

Recalling our Lord’s baptism in the Jordan reconnects us of the grace received with our own. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.

The magi brought gold, frankincense and myrrh. Perhaps our new year’s resolutions could be our gift to the Christ Child. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.

Jesus’ cross bears the sign INRI. For Pontius Pilate, it is mocking sarcasm. But Jesus is, in fact, the King who reigns from the cross. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.

The repentant tax collector does what it takes to see the Lord. Being near Jesus is worth the effort. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.