Translation of homily in Spanish:


homilía, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɑməli/ /ˈhɒmɪli/

nounplural homilies

  • 1

    homilía feminine
    sermón masculine
    • The conclave opens with a Mass of the Holy Spirit, including a key homily stressing the particular challenges facing the next pope.
    • I had seen him on October 22, 1978, in his first homily as pope, admonishing and encouraging the whole of humanity to be not afraid.
    • The spammed messages were sometimes accompanied by a religious homily or endorsement.
    • At the conclusion of his installation homily, Benedict spoke eloquently of friendship in Christ, and how it opens the doors to mutual trust.
    • His confidence in theology as spiritually relevant is most apparent in his published prayers and homilies.
    • For preachers eager to hone their skills in designing a sermon, ‘Speaking Parables’ provides 14 homilies, each followed by several pages of retrospective analysis.
    • We studied the texts of similar homilies by Popes John Paul I and II and by English Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor.
    • I have often used these prayers for sermon illustrations and have even built whole homilies around them.
    • If only our homilies interested people as much as the subject of preaching, then we would be doing well.
    • These specified readings and the sermon or homily that follows are meant to nourish the congregation at prayer in the rite that includes them.
    • Few Catholics today report that they have ever heard a homily supporting the Church's teaching on any sexual matter, let alone contraception.
    • Dawson said his funeral Mass, and as I watched him fight tears during the homily, I realized how profound his contact with my husband had been.
    • In his homily at Malcom's funeral, Nebraska Bishop James Krotz told of visiting a nursing home in Nebraska City with Malcom.
    • In fact, if you read Hebrews aloud, you will quickly recognize how much it resembles an oral proclamation or a stirring homily.
    • Such a situation will not be reversed by one hour on Sunday attending Mass and listening to a ten-minute homily.
    • Fr. Patrick Mullins was the celebrant at the Requiem Mass and delivered a lovely homily, and his words of comfort and understanding were much appreciated by the family.
    • Fr. Michael McManus delivered a lovely homily, reflecting on various aspects of Michael's life and his contribution to the life of the parish.
    • It will conclude with Mass at 11 p.m. at which Fr. Brendan Kilcoyne will be the main celebrant and will deliver the homily.
    • The chief celebrant at the Mass was Fr. Fergal Cunnane and he also delivered a fine homily.
    • After the Gospel is read, the priest delivers a homily based on the Scripture readings.
  • 2

    sermón masculine
    • Indeed, he now regularly appears at right-wing seminars and lectures to deliver his homilies on the President's failings as a man and as a leader.
    • What is wrong is the inability to resist the temptation of delivering a moralistic little homily when someone does take out one of your seductively promoted loans.
    • The next day the Chancellor went to the Mansion House, probably in the same creased suit, and delivered his annual homily on the state of the economy.
    • And I confess, all political affiliations aside, the President's slow, studied attempts at sincerity and moralistic homilies make my teeth ache.
    • Usually it was a long and, I often felt, unnecessarily drawn-out and tedious experience where worthy but dull homilies were addressed to the assembled Gaels.
    • His collection of autobiographical essays is studded with the kind of homespun homilies so beloved of salty old backwoodsmen and Presidential candidates: ‘Hard work is where a man finds peace,’ for example.
    • Here, everyone is out for himself, the weak are at the mercy of the powerful, and the vast overwhelming majority is mired in a slave morality in which they accept the sugarcoated homilies of the powers to be.
    • Having delivered myself of that Friday afternoon piece of advice and homily, can we turn then to the preposed orders and directions.