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Year of Faith

TUESDAY HOMILY: Seeing Things Aright, With Faith Watch

Image of Those who see and live with the light of faith here on earth will- with St. Josaphat whom the Church celebrates today, who was always a good and faithful servant of the Lord and of unity, even when it cost him his life and to the foolish seemed dead!- one day have the joy of beholding that prophecy fulfilled with glorified eyes.

In the encyclical The Light of Faith, written by the "four hands" of Pope Francis and Pope-emeritus Benedict, we learn that faith is a new ... continue reading


MONDAY HOMILY: Overcoming Evil by an Abundance of Good Watch

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If we want the world to be a better place, we must be better.  If we want to erect a bulwark against sin, we must begin with our own ... continue reading


Fr. Randy Sly: You Need to Sweat the Small Stuff Watch

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In this new Parable of the Unrighteous Steward, Jesus tells the story of a property manager for a wealthy man who knew he was going to be ... continue reading


THURSDAY HOMILY: Walk in Love. Continue the Redemptive Mission of Jesus Watch

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The Gospel invites us to examine ourselves. Do we understand that we are all called to be missionaries in this age? No matter what our ... continue reading


WEDNESDAY HOMILY: Protecting the Sanctuary from Being Trampled Watch

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Hatred, or odium in Latin, according to St Thomas Aquainas, is the emotion that God created for the human heart to protect our love.  ... continue reading


Christ Is In Our Midst: What I Love About Catholicism Watch

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There is so much I could and want to say... Someday I will write a book but until then here are my thoughts. I love Catholicism for The ... continue reading


TUESDAY HOMILY: The Blessing of Dining in the Kingdom Watch

Image of And the parable shows us that even after we have brought in many that God wants to send us out once more into the highways and hedgerows, to find everyone and invite everyone to the banquet. He wants to feed and nourish everyone and each one. Like a Good Shepherd, he wants us to risk our lives to go onto cliffs and ledges in search of the lost sheep. That's the way we become in fact his

The New Evangelization is the effort to re-propose the Gospel to those who have in some degree heard the Christian message but have ... continue reading


MONDAY HOMILY: Not Just Serving, But Loving the Poor

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Service to the poor is not simply a question of providing material comfort, but of forging personal bonds with them, of coming to know them ... continue reading


Reflection on the Catholic Catechism: Revelation and the Church Watch

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God graciously arranged that the things he had once revealed for the salvation of all peoples should remain in their entirety, throughout ... continue reading


The Feast of All Saints: A Day for Rejoicing, Decision and Anticipation Watch

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Our readings call us to holiness. As we reflect on the great heroes of the faith, we are meant to walk along the same Way they did. We ... continue reading


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