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Nov 16 - Homily: Mary Temple of the Lord

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Fr. Angelo Geiger gives the second homily for our retreat at the Mother of the Redeemer Retreat Center called "Apocalypse Now" on the book of Revelation Father bases hos homily on the book of Revelations 21:1-5 read in the mass today for the Blessed Virgin Mary, Temple of the Lord and relates all the symbolic ways in which Mary is the Temple of the Lord and Ark of the New Covenant analogous to the Ark of the Old Covenant. He starts in Genesis, the first book of he bible and ends with Revelations the last book. Listen to get a very clear view of how Our Lady is throughout scripture and how she is central to salvation history. Ave Maria! Mass: The BVM, Temple of the Lord - Opt Mem - Form: OF Readings:  1st: rev 21:1-5 Resp: psa 84:3, 4, 5, 10, 11 Gsp: luk 1:26-38 All the talks of the conference in order: 1st Homily - Vision and Prophecy Now - 1st Talk - Surviving the Apocalypse - 2nd Talk - What the Spirit is Saying - 2nd Homily - Temple of the Lord - 3rd Talk - Rumors of War - 4th Talk - Wedding Fest of the Lamb - 5th Talk - Warrior Queen - Final Homily - Come, Lord Jesus - To Download Audio go to


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