Ideas, Insights and Tips for Your Upcoming Sermons and Homilies
This is THE arsenal of Sunday Homilies, preparation websites, books, audios, videos and many other resources for preparing timely and engaging homilies.
This site helps priests prepare stimulating homilies that explain the Sunday and holy day readings. They are written by many of today’s outstanding preachers, and can also help lectors see how their assigned readings relate to the Gospel message and overall theme of the readings.
This site features a video, Catholic Homilies: Make Your Message Matter, discussing exit interviews with Catholics who left their parishes, with many of the respondents citing poor preaching and irrelevant homilies as a key reason why they left.
A leading resource used by thousands of pastors to help with their preaching every Sunday. Sermons are freshly written by a renowned staff of writers, based on the lectionary calendar, timed to today’s concerns and are always biblically relevant. Illustrations also provide valuable alternate ideas to spark your creativity.
Includes introductory teachings each Sunday for presiders to use before the readings, plus historical insights, theological background and helpful hints for proclaiming effectively.
In English and Spanish translations from Fr, Jude Siciliano, includes insightful commentary on upcoming Sunday readings, CDs and an array of tools and resources for spiritual growth.help priests, deacons, lectors and listeners grasp and embrace the richness of God's word in preparation for upcoming Sunday Liturgies.
A treasury of teachings and commentaries on video to help priests, deacons, lectors and listeners prepare for upcoming Sunday liturgies. Each week, renowned scripture scholar Fr. Francis Martin offers reflections and commentary on the Sunday readings.
This 52-page USCCB document talks about the need for the renewal of preaching in the Catholic church. Surveys show that Catholics are calling for more powerful and inspiring preaching instead of tepid or poorly prepared homilies, resulting in discouragement and turning away from the Church.