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The Angel of the Lord Declared unto Joseph: The Angelus of Joseph and the Call to Men

The Angel of the Lord Declared unto Joseph: The Angelus of Joseph and the Call to Men Watch

Daily Homilies

By Deacon Keith A Fournier

Through the Fountain of living water called Baptism, the Father invites each one of us into His new family, the Body of His Son, the Church. He ...

Thursday, December 18 - Homily: Take Her into Your Home

Thursday, December 18 - Homily: Take Her into Your Home Watch

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Like St. Joseph, Christians must not be afraid to take Mary into their homes and have an intimate spiritual life with Her.

Wednesday, December 17 - Homily: St. Matthew & Moses

Wednesday, December 17 - Homily: St. Matthew & Moses Watch

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St. Peter Damian, Doctor of the Church, explains that St. Matthew imitates Moses in writing the first Gospel and giving the geneology of Jesus ...

Tuesday, December 16 - Homily: Mt 21:28-32 The Parable of the Two Sons

Tuesday, December 16 - Homily: Mt 21:28-32 The Parable of the Two Sons Watch

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In the season of Advent, awaiting the coming of Our Lord, let us examine ourselves in both our response to follow the Lord, and the fruits of ...

Called into the Vineyard of the Lord in a New Missionary Age

Called into the Vineyard of the Lord in a New Missionary Age Watch

Daily Homilies

By Deacon Keith Fournier

Do we see the Church as Some-One, the Risen Christ truly present in His mystical Body, into whom we have been Baptized and now live? Do we, like ...

Friday, December 12 - Homily: Our Lady of Guadalupe

Friday, December 12 - Homily: Our Lady of Guadalupe Watch

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To all of Her servants, Our Lady says, "Go and put all your efforts into this", regarding whatever task She gives us. But She never wants us to ...

Thursday, December 11 - Homily: Sts. Damasus and John the Baptist

Thursday, December 11 - Homily: Sts. Damasus and John the Baptist Watch

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Fr. Elias on the life of Pope St. Damasus who, although was one of the first popes to not be martyred, went out of his way to promote the ...

Wednesday, December 10 - Homily: Our Lady of Loreto

Wednesday, December 10 - Homily: Our Lady of Loreto Watch

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May Our Lady, like the fortress of Loreto, defend our Faith!

My Yoke is Easy and My Burden is Light

My Yoke is Easy and My Burden is Light Watch

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By Deacon Keith Fournier

Our Gospel today is short, but profoundly important:  Jesus said: Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest. ...

Tuesday, December 9 - Homily: St. Juan Diego

Tuesday, December 9 - Homily: St. Juan Diego Watch

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St. Juan Diego gives us an example of simplicity and humility.

Monday, December 8 - Homily: Fittingly Conceived without Sin

Monday, December 8 - Homily: Fittingly Conceived without Sin Watch

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Fr. Alan explains the fittingness of God's grace of conceiving His mother immaculately, without sin, full of grace. He uses the explanation first ...

Friday, December 5 - Homily: Abortion Killing Body and Soul

Friday, December 5 - Homily: Abortion Killing Body and Soul Watch

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Fr. Ignatius explains how the devil utilizes abortion as the most effective means of destroying the body and the soul, but that Jesus Christ, the ...

Thursday, December 4 - Homily: St. Barbara

Thursday, December 4 - Homily: St. Barbara Watch

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Today Fr. Ignatius preaches on St Barbara, virgin and martyr who's feast is today according to the old calendar prayers.

Wednesday, December 3 - Homily: St. Xavier, Missionary to the World

Wednesday, December 3 - Homily: St. Xavier, Missionary to the World Watch

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Fr. Joachim on the life of St. Francis Xavier whose is a patron saint of the diocese of Indianapolis. Father outlines the great apostolic ...

Tuesday, December 2 - Homily: A Year for Consecrated Life

Tuesday, December 2 - Homily: A Year for Consecrated Life Watch

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Father reminds us that we are in the first days of the Year for Consecrated Life announced by Pope Francis, comments on the great good that ...

Monday, December 1 - Homily: Stay awake!

Monday, December 1 - Homily: Stay awake! Watch

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We must strive to be spiritually awake by not neglecting our Christian duties, not being lukewarm in prayer, being watchful of our bad ...

Tuesday, November 25 - Homily: St Catherine, Martyr

Tuesday, November 25 - Homily: St Catherine, Martyr Watch

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Fr. Joachim on the extraordinary life of St Catherine of Alexandria who gave tremendous witness to the faith during the last of the persecutions ...

Monday, November 24 - Homily: Vietnamese Martyrs

Monday, November 24 - Homily: Vietnamese Martyrs Watch

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Fr. Alan on the story of the St. Andre Dung Lac and his 116 companions during the persecution of the Christians in Vietnam in the early 1800's.

Homily of Father Peter M. J. Stravinskas on Christ the King

Homily of Father Peter M. J. Stravinskas on Christ the King Watch

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By Rev. Peter M. J. Stravinskas, Ph.D., S.T.D

My dear friends, you and I must become convinced of the rightness of the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews that - we have here no lasting ...

Friday, November 21 - Homily: Mary is Greater than the Church

Friday, November 21 - Homily: Mary is Greater than the Church Watch

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If by "Church" we mean the People of God, all of the baptized (without Mary), then Mary is greater than the Church because we are sinners and She ...

Thursday, November 20 - Homily: Time of Visitation

Thursday, November 20 - Homily: Time of Visitation Watch

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Jerusalem was destroyed in 70 AD "because it did not recognize the time of its visitation", i.e., the visitation of the Savior, nor did it ...

Wednesday, November 19 - Homily: St Agnes, Poor Clare with many Coins

Wednesday, November 19 - Homily: St Agnes, Poor Clare with many Coins Watch

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Fr. Alan connects the Gospel parable of the gold coins with the story of St. Agnes' life who was the sister of St Clare, the founder of the Poor ...

Tueday, November 18 - Homily: Mission to the Lost

Tueday, November 18 - Homily: Mission to the Lost Watch

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The goal of the Church is to save those who would otherwise be lost, and we can see this in Our Lord's eating with Zacchaeus in today's Gospel. ...

Monday, November 17 - Homily: Unusually Happy Marriage

Monday, November 17 - Homily: Unusually Happy Marriage Watch

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St. Elizabeth of Hungary and her husband, Louis IV, had an unusually happy marriage because they were both saintly souls. Sanctity is the key to ...

Friday, November 14 - Homily: St. Nicholas and the Challenge of Truth

Friday, November 14 - Homily: St. Nicholas and the Challenge of Truth Watch

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Father Matthias comments on the account of the martyrdom of today's saints, Ss. Nicholas Tavelic and companions, who preached the Gospel to the ...

Thursday, November 13 - Homily: St. Cabrini and Culture of Life

Thursday, November 13 - Homily: St. Cabrini and Culture of Life Watch

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Fr. Alan on the life St. Frances Xavier Cabrini who was a missionary nun to the Americas only one hundred years ago. He focuses on her virginity ...

Wednesday, November 12 - Homily: Thankfulness

Wednesday, November 12 - Homily: Thankfulness Watch

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Ask God to be made aware of all the blessings He has given to us.

Tuesday, November 11 - Homily: He Did What He Was Obliged To Do

Tuesday, November 11 - Homily: He Did What He Was Obliged To Do Watch

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Father Maximilian applies the words of today's Gospel, "we have done what we were obliged to do" to St. Martin of Tours who was faithful to his ...