Sunday Homily



by Bishop Robert Barron

Our first reading for this weekend is taken from the fifty-fifth chapter of the book of the prophet Isaiah. The “second” section of Isaiah dates from around the time of the return of Israel from captivity in Babylon, and hence it is filled with the language of hope and salvation. And this passage that we read today, which reminds us of the foundational scriptural principle of the primacy of grace, is one of the most magnificent.

Mass Readings

Isaiah 55:1-3


Ps 144


You open wide your hand, O Lord,

you grant our desires.


Romans 8:35. 37-39


Alleluia, alleluia!.

Blessings on the King who comes,

In the name of the Lord!

Peace in heaven

and glory in the highest heavens!



Matthew 14:13-21