Homily for the Feast of the Transfiguration In the Gospel today we hear about Jesus’ mountaintop experience, where He has an encounter with Elijah and Moses that leaves him totally transformed in his human appearance. Peter, James, and John are privileged to witness this moment and they become frightened when they see what happens toContinue reading “The Mountaintop”
Homily for Thursday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time Every time I hear this particular Gospel passage, I kind of chuckle at how Peter is being praised one second because of his deep understanding on who Jesus is as Messiah and then, seconds later, he is being rebuked for not recognizing who Jesus is.Continue reading “Not Fully Trusting in Jesus”
Homily for Tuesday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time Yesterday, I preached about how the Lord can make up for our limitations, how He can pour out His grace into our lives so that He can supplement our insufficiencies. After Mass yesterday, a couple of you asked me how we can prevent ourselves fromContinue reading “Prayer. Faith. Trust.”
Homily for Monday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time I think for most of us, in at least one moment of our lives, we have been painfully aware of our own limitations. It typically happens when difficult situations arise where we just have no idea how to handle it or what to do toContinue reading “The Lord Makes Up for Our Limitations”
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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. He is currently assigned to Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church in Indialantic.
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