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Homilies about Corpus Christi

You searched for sermons preached on: Corpus Christi, Cycle A
 
Favorite Food?  Click here Click title to view sermon Deuteronomy 8: 2–16
Summary:  Although we have heard it said that we cannot live by bread alone, many of us try to do just that. We feed the physical and allow the needs of our souls to float off of our radar. Today’s feast of Corpus Christi calls us to reflect on the importance of feeding the part of ourselves that matters most. It is an opportunity to assess what is at the center of our lives.
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Finding the Body of Christ  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: We often use the word “body” in relation to other persons in ways that reflect a connection or lack of connection to them — a nobody, an anybody or a somebody. If we are truly seeking the body of Christ, however, we are likely to find it whenever, in amazement and welcome, we say to someone, “You are something else!”
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Forever Bread  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: In a world where life and property can be lost in an instant, Jesus says, “Whoever eats of this bread will live forever ....” “Forever bread” is Good News indeed.
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From a Lunch Basket to the Bread of Life  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: When Jesus proclaimed himself to be the Bread of Life, his words were not received well by all who heard them. Had we been there with those people who had just witnessed the multiplication of the loaves and the fish, would we have been impressed with what Jesus said? This question is not nearly as important as how we hear his words today. In what way is Jesus the Bread of our life now?
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From Warships to God Bread  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: History has a way of distorting the meaning of some very important truths. Even the truth about of the Body of Christ can become buried beneath seemingly unconnected events. How does a believer in Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, sort through the distortions of history to discover the nourishment Jesus promised to provide? Our minds and hearts are fed so much that does not nourish that we can lose sight of the food that matters. Even little children know that this is not just any bread. This is Bread given that we might remember the message that we are born to be at one with each other and the God who created us.
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Somehow — the Key!  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 51–58
Summary: These difficult passages show us where faith in Jesus Christ begins. Faith is ultimately beyond our understanding. It comes to us from a place we don’t know. It begins at a place that is beyond our comprehension, beckoning to us from outside ourselves. This sense of mystery is, above all, what we need to bring to the Eucharist.
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