William J. Byron offers a homily for every Sunday of the year based on the liturgical principle that “every homily should be an extension of the proclamation.” Byron digs deep into the Scriptures and applies his own faith experience to come up with fresh, relevant messages for the contemporary Catholic congregation. These volumes provide a valuable resource for those preaching from the pulpit, or as personal reading and reflection for parishioner in the pews.
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This collection is part of the 13-volume Homilies Bundle.
William J. Byron is a Jesuit priest in residence at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. He earned a PhD in economics from the University of Maryland. He has filled many roles in Catholic higher education, including serving as president of the Catholic University of America from 1928 to 1992. He is the author of several works, including Power of Principles: Ethics for the New Corporate Culture.