黃謙善神父 – 主日講道


Some of you might have enjoyed the movie Parasite, a Korean film that won last year’s Academy award for best picture. The film is very well acted and well made, but let me tell you why I think it’s not a good film: It’s because it justifies moral evil. In the film, there is a rich and poor family, and in order to have a better life, the impoverished family gravely lies, causes people to lose their jobs, causes bodily harm, steals, damages property, attempts murder, and kills. The movie does not portray these as wrong actions, but sometimes even makes light of them.





Think of Our Sins Before the Sins of Others
黃謙善神父主日講道: 警告

前段時間,我打電話給一位30歲的男子,他曾在另一個堂區的一個青年小組擔任過青年領導。我說:「我需要一些建議,因為我開始喜歡聖安東尼堂的年輕人,就像我愛你們所有人一樣,然而我覺得我不知道如何很好的愛他們。」他有兩句話深深地打動了我:所有的年輕人都欣賞我的高標準—他說這就是吸引人們向我學習的原因;但雖然我的標準很高,但我應該給予溫和的指導。因為我最大的罪過 就是不夠耐心。

Fr. Justin Huang Sunday Homily : Warning
Five Ways God Expands Our Horizons

The strictest order of monks in the Church is the Carthusians, semi-hermits who live in independent cells joined to a larger motherhouse. They pray together three times a day but only talk once a week. Each man cooks for himself, cuts wood for his furnace to keep warm, and has a perpetual, that is, lifelong abstinence from meat.



Where’s Your Best Place to Pray?
How to Ask for the Best Gifts

“At Gibeon the Lord appeared to Solomon in a dream by night; and God said, ‘Ask what I should give you'” (1 Kg 3:5).—This is what God is saying to us today.: He wants to know what we want. What a beautiful offer!


「撒羅滿在基貝紅時,夜間上主藉著夢顯現給他;天主對他說﹕「你不拘求什麼,我必給你。」(列上3:5) 這就是天主今天對我們說的話,祂想知道我們想要什麼。多麼漂亮的提議啊!

Three Ways to Receive Blessings

Why does it seem that Jesus blesses some people more than others? A similar question is asked in the Gospel by the disciples, “Why do you speak to them in parables?” Jesus speaks to the crowds using metaphors but only gives the explanation to the disciples—why?





Freedom in Accepting Our Bodies

Let’s talk about the challenge of not accepting our bodies. All of us have experiences of not being satisfied with the way we look. We’re self-conscious about our size, shape, or appearance. Perhaps people have made fun of the way we look. Sometimes, even if people don’t say anything, we have imperfections that we don’t want others to see. Priests have this problem too, believe me! I just don’t talk about it.



Seeking the Truth

Last week, we talked about overcoming the fear of speaking the truth. Today, the theme is seeking the truth. Many of you have asked me to address the topic of racism, so let’s seek the truth as best we can regarding racism. Let’s try to find out what’s morally true, what are the facts, and how we can contribute to its eradication.


讓我們談一談「說實話」 這個話題,最後結合談及教會的醜聞。在未來,我希望將這一點應用於種族主義和變性人,以及其他任何有爭議的領域。

Losing the Fear of Speaking the Truth

Let’s talk about speaking the truth, and, at the end, do it in relation to the scandals in the Church. In the future, I hope to apply this to racism and transgenderism, and everything else where there’s debate.

How Real is the Real Presence

There was once a Catholic CIA agent assigned as a courier of intelligence between Baghdad and Jordan. He would be driven at night in a truck, 145 kilometers per hour and without headlights, so as not to attract attention.


有一名天主教中央情報局特工CIA被派往巴格達和約旦之間擔任情報信使。他經常晚上乘坐時速145公里 的卡車,在黑暗中行駛,以免引起注意。他的司機常是穆斯林,

Another Antidote to Taking Ourselves Too Seriously

Do you see the common thread in taking ourselves too seriously?The focus is too much on us. God wants us to love and take care of ourselves, but we’re not the centre of the universe.



Fr. Justin grew up in Richmond, BC, the third of three brothers. Though not raised Catholic, he started going to Mass when he was 13. After a powerful experience of God’s love through the Sacrament of Reconciliation, he felt called to the Holy Priesthood at the age of 16.
Fr. Justin Huang