Homilies

Light and Darkness

Homily for 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Throughout Scripture, this juxtaposition of light and darkness is a theme that often emerges; it serves as a symbol representing the struggle between good and evil. The contrast between the two helps us to better understand the gift of God’s Light and the grace that Jesus brings to…

Called to Discipleship

Homily for the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A Within each of our hearts, God has planted certain seeds, seeds that are meant to be nourished and fostered so that we can discover what He wants us to do with our lives – to discover our vocation. Each of us has a vocation, something…

Wedding at Cana: Another Epiphany

Homily for the Saturday before Epiphany Tomorrow, we will celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany, the revelation that the child born in Bethlehem is indeed the Promised One, He is indeed the Messiah. As we look at the crèche this morning, we see the Wise Men, the Magi who have come from the East bringing…

Belief in Jesus

Homily for the Friday before Epiphany Those of you who follow along with the readings for Mass see that we had a couple of options for our Gospel this morning. I decided on the option from Matthew, it happens to be Matthew’s account of the Baptism of the Lord, a feast we will celebrate on…

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About Fr. Tom

Fr. Tom Pringle is a priest of the Diocese of Orlando. He was ordained on July 25, 2020 at St. James Cathedral by Bishop John Noonan. His first assignment as a priest was at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church in Indialantic, where he served until July 2022. He is currently assigned to Holy Family Catholic Church in Orlando. Much of his ministry is spent serving the youth and young adult communities, those interested in becoming Catholic through the Order of Christian Initiation, and walking with parishioners in spiritual direction. He also serves as the Chaplain for the Knights of Columbus council at Holy Family.

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