Articles by: Fr. George Smiga

Homilies

Three Meals a Day

Three Meals a Day

We need to turn to Jesus every day, because he is our food.

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The 12 Days of Christmas

The 12 Days of Christmas

The full cost of the gifts in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” is $107,300. The huge expense indicates how much we are expected to give.

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Santa and St. Nick

Santa and St. Nick

The history of Santa Claus can help us appreciate more deeply the meaning of Christ’s birth.

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Presenting the Mess

Presenting the Mess

Jesus, unlike other guests, is coming for the mess of our lives.

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It Is Never Too Late

It Is Never Too Late

Our salvation does not depend on our goodness—only on God’s goodness.

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The Good That Is Gone

The Good That Is Gone

When the things we take pride in are destroyed, it is then time to place our pride in God’s faithfulness.

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The Consistency of God

The Consistency of God

When you are tempted to doubt what will happen after death, look at what is happening before death.

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Zacchaeus Moments

Zacchaeus Moments

Zacchaeus moments are when we thought we were only going to observe but then discover that Jesus has something different in mind.

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The Ninety-Nine

The Ninety-Nine

The fact that God is searching for the one who is lost does not mean that God has forgotten those who are faithful.

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Why Do We Pray?

Why Do We Pray?

Every time we pray, we remember who we are and we grow more sensitive to God’s grace.

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A Blessing for the New Year

A Blessing for the New Year

Blessings give thanks to God for the goodness that is already present in a person, place or thing.

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A Serious Proposal

A Serious Proposal

Words and ideas can only bring us so far. It is only when we ground ourselves in God’s personal love for us, that we can find peace.