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Dec 03 - Homily: Fr. Ben Luedtke on the Mass

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Audio Only - On the opening homily for the annual Priests retreat here at the Mother of the Redeemer Retreat Center, Fr. Ben Luedtke preaches on the need for priests to celebrate the Mass as if it is their first Mass and as if it is their last as part of the process of delving into their priestly calling ever more profoundly. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Francis Xavier - Mem - Form: OF Readings:  1st: 1co 9:16-19, 22-23 Resp: psa 117:1, 2 Gsp: mar 16:15-20 List of talks for the Priests Conference 2012: Hom #1 Mon, Dec 3, Fr. Ben Luedtke, On the Mass Talk #1 - Mon, Dec, Conf #197 , Fr. Ben Luetdke, Unique Shepherds Hom #2 - Tue, Dec 4, Fr. Ben Luedtke, Becoming Christ Talk #2 - Tues, Dec 4, Conf #198, Fr. Ben Luetdke, The Whys of Priests Talk #3 - Tue, Dec 4, Conf #199, Fr. Ben Luetdke, Conversion Hom #3 - Wed, Dec 5, Card. Raymond Burke, Unite to Him who Sends Us Talk #4 - Wed, Dec 5, Conf #200,  Card. Raymond Burke, Saintly Priests Talk #5 - Wed, Dec 5, Conf #201,  Card. Raymond Burke, Celibacy Hom #4 - Thu, Dec 6, Card. Raymond Burke, St Nicholas, Exemplar of Shepherds Talk #6 - Thu, Dec 6, Conf #202,  Card. Raymond Burke, Centrality of Eucharist Talk #7 - Thu, Dec 6, Conf #203,  Card. Raymond Burke, Sacred Heart Talk #8 - Fri, Dec 7, Conf #204, Card. Raymond Burke, New Evangelization Hom #5 - Fri, Dec 7, Card. Raymond Burke, St Ambrose, Good Shepherd To Download Audio go to


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