Church Begins at Home: 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time



Video Message from Fr. Desmond


Who Gets Our Attention?


Gospel Truth Podcast

The Gospel Truth podcast illuminates the gospel reading on each Sunday. The podcast is provided by the Vatican media platform.

Gospel Truth: 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time


Instrumental Meditation by Aleron Morton


Playlist for 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Scroll all the way down to see the playlist.



Opening the Scriptures at Home

The global Catholic Church is reflecting on the same readings from the Bible today. We remain spiritually connected to one another as we open our hearts to the Word of God. 


1. Encounter the Word of God

Read or listen to the Biblical readings for the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

(Note: Sometimes the USCCB website cannot accommodate the high volume of traffic. If you cannot access the readings, visit the website at another time).


2. Reflect on the Word of God

Silently reflect, write down, or share your insights about the readings.


3. Pray

Spend some time in silence and bring to your mind some of the prayer intentions you have.

Introduce The Lord's Prayer in these or similar words: Gathering our prayers into one, we now pray in the words that Jesus gave us...


Focused Learning Opportunities & Activities for Young People

These activities provide encounters and experiences for children and emerging adults. 


Early Childhood

  • Watch "The Fruit of the Spirit"


Grades K-2

  • Watch "Goodness: The Fruit of the Spirit 5 Minute Family Devotional"


Grades 3-5

  • Watch "The Fruit of the Spirit | Bible Story | LifeKids"



  • Watch "Holy Spirit" by the Bible Project
  • Select a song for reflection from the playlist below
  • Remember to join the Emerging Adults Virtual Meeting at 7pm


Fr. Drummer's Playlist for the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time


Take Me to the King (Tamela Mann)


Where The Spirit Is (Kirk Franklin & the Family)


Come To Me (Jenn Johnson)


Forever You're My King (West Angeles Church of God in Christ)


Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter of Zion (The Richard Smallwood Singers)