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Aug 21 - Homily: Restore All Things in Christ

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Fr. Elias preaches on the life of Pope St. Pius X, pointing to his humility and poverty in his youth and how this remained a hallmark of his pontificate. He also addresses the fact hat he was a reformer of the Liturgy and liberalized the practices surrounding the Eucharist as a means of finally implementing the Council of Trent in this regard.  This is in contrast to the popular conception in some agenda driven circles today that he is the icon of liturgical rigidity. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Pius X - Mem - Form: OF Readings: Wednesday 20th Week of Ordinary Time 1st: jdg 9:6-15 Resp: psa 21:2-3, 4-5, 6-7 Gsp: mat 20:1-16 To Download Audio go to


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  1. Bazilio Mario Smirnov
    2 years ago

    It is the very wonderful homily of Father Elias for me. GOD BLESS him.+
    Dear in Christ and Mary, if you may give for me the address and the location where Father Elias lives serving GOD at present then I am already grateful for it to you. I will wait for your answer in far Estonia whereI live and was born.
    I have the vocation call and by this reason need to contact with Father Elias for advice because looking and hearing him it bacame to me that he is the person whom I need to see and with whom to speak.
    In rewardI say the Rosary for your intentions.

    In the IMMACULATA, Bazilio
    Estonia Eu

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