This is an excellent article by Father Z published in 1Peter5. I presume it is a homily and a good one at that for the Gospel of the 1962 Roman Missal for the 6th Sunday After Pentecost, July 17.
It contains some very good biblical scholarship on the Gospel of the day from the lectionary of the 1962 Roman Missal. But more importantly it doesn’t ignite flames of passion against the current Magisterium of the Church thus encouraging many souls to become schismatics or nones. You can read it in full here:
My comment: I particularly like this passage as what Fr. Z writes/preaches is exactly what I was taught in my Scripture classes at St. Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore in the late 70’s—a natural reason for miracles, thus discounting miracles. It was the meme of the historical/critical method of interpreting the Gospels that is dated to liberal Protestantism of the late 1800’s and a part of the modernism that Pope Pius X condemned. But this modernism was updated and made palatable to Catholic scholars after Vatican II. But Fr. Z also makes clear the sacramental principle of the Church in terms of the elevation of the natural to the supernatural which post Vatican II liturgical theology also dumbs down: