Michael Bulson, an experienced homilist and deacon in the Salt Lake City diocese, helps other deacons and preachers meet the challenge of crafting thoughtful homilies. This collection includes nearly 200 homilies, covering cycle years A, B, and C, including questions for further discussion. Each year follows a certain theme, such as transformation, and all of them reflect Bulson’s firm commitment to social justice.
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This collection is part of the 13-volume Homilies Bundle.
This collection of 55 homilies by deacon and social justice activist Michael Bulson aims to help deacons and anyone else who preaches. Bulson’s aim is to be a “contemplative preacher,” and he provides seeds for other preachers, hoping that they will bear fruit. Each homily includes questions for further discussion.
Deacon Michael Bulson finds great joy in preaching, and here he shares 70 homilies with the underlying theme of the homilist as the master of the household in of Matthew 13:52, bringing “out of his treasure what is new and what is old.” Each homily includes questions for further discussion.
In these 70 homilies, Michael Bulson examines the theme of transformation. He states, “the challenge in every homily is to have an effect, to transform.” To meet this challenge, he reminds preachers that the point of preaching is to lift up hearts, and offers these concise homilies to help others do just that. Each homily also includes questions for further discussion.
Michael Bulson is a deacon in Salt Lake City diocese, and an attorney. Bulson is committed to social justice and works with low-income clients, as well as focusing on community social justice activities.