Homily from Pilgrimage to Jordan & Israel (May 9, 2018): LATIN PATRIARCHATE

This May I’ve been enormously blessed to be on an “Off the Beaten Path” pilgrimage to Jordan and Israel with Lino Rulli from SiriusXM’s The Catholic Channel (ch. 129) and a fun group of pilgrims.

Here is the homily given at the Latin Patriarchate in Jerusalem, otherwise known as the Co-Cathedral of the Most Holy Name of Jesus. The Mass was simply the Mass of the day (Wednesday of the 6th week of Easter), and — this seems to be a theme — we were a little pressed for time due to unforeseen circumstances. Therefore the homily is a little short. (And there was much rejoicing. 😆)

The readings can be found here. (usccb.org)

Co-Cathedral of the Most Holy Name of Jesus (Latin Patriarchate), Jerusalem

Author: Fr. Darryl Millette

A priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon.

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