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We Are ALL Called to Labor in the Vineyard of the Lord

We Are ALL Called to Labor in the Vineyard of the Lord 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 ...

Justin Martyr is a Model for All Christians in this Pre-Christian Missionary Age

Justin Martyr is a Model for All Christians in this Pre-Christian Missionary Age Watch

Year of Faith

By Deacon Keith Fournier

On the Feast of Justin, Martyr, we need new apologists, defenders of the faith, who are unafraid to contend in the marketplace of ideas for ...

Like Bartimaeus, We Are Blind: Cry out to Jesus, Lord Help Me to See!

Like Bartimaeus, We Are Blind: Cry out to Jesus, Lord Help Me to See! Watch

Year of Faith

By Deacon Keith Fournier

The same Jesus who passed by Bartimaeus is alive today. The Good News is that no matter what has happened in our past, Jesus walks into the ...

Tell Me About the Trinity: Honoring Jerry and Plumbing the Mystery of God

Tell Me About the Trinity: Honoring Jerry and Plumbing the Mystery of God Watch

Year of Faith

By Deacon Keith Fournier

'The mystery of the Most Holy Trinity is the central mystery of Christian faith and life. It is the mystery of God in himself. It is therefore the ...

We Are all Going to Die.How Are We Living?

We Are all Going to Die.How Are We Living? Watch

Year of Faith

By Deacon Keith Fournier

We are to live as though time really does matter. We are invited by grace to give ourselves away for others; to imitate the One who gave Himself for ...

Regret of Judas or Repentance of Peter?

Regret of Judas or Repentance of Peter?

Year of Faith

By Fr Samuel Medley, SOLT

I gave my back to those who beat me, my cheeks to those who plucked my beard; My face I did not shield from buffets and spitting.

Third Sunday of Lent: Repentance in the Desert

Third Sunday of Lent: Repentance in the Desert

Daily Homilies

By Deacon Frederick Bartels

It is important to understand that sin and God's holiness are incompatible. There is a radical conflict between the total and infinite purity, ...

Come to Me: My Yoke is Easy and My Burden is Light

Come to Me: My Yoke is Easy and My Burden is Light Watch

Daily Homilies

By Deacon Keith Fournier

Jesus said: Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and ...

Fr. Randy Sly on the Parable of the Sower, and the Garden of the Heart

Fr. Randy Sly on the Parable of the Sower, and the Garden of the Heart

Year of Faith

By Fr. Randy Sly

In the parable of the sower, we learn a lot about the desire of God to offer to everyone to truth of the gospel. We see here a sower who sows ...

All Souls Day - Joining Them on the Journey

All Souls Day - Joining Them on the Journey Watch

Year of Faith

By Fr. Randy Sly

The custom of remembering the faithful departed goes back to the early days of the church, when their names were posted in the church so they could ...

Monday, June 29 - Homily: Following Christ's Vicar

Monday, June 29 - Homily: Following Christ's Vicar Watch

Daily Homilies

Fr. Joachim on how we have so many opportunities to heroically follow the Vicar of Christ, the pope in these difficult times.

Thursday, June 25 - Homily: Fools Who Will Not Enter the Kingdom

Thursday, June 25 - Homily: Fools Who Will Not Enter the Kingdom Watch

Daily Homilies

In today's Gospel, Jesus tells us that non-practicing Catholics are fools who will not enter the Kingdom of Heaven.

Wednesday, June 24 - Homily: John the Baptist Sanctified by Marian Mediation

Wednesday, June 24 - Homily: John the Baptist Sanctified by Marian Mediation Watch

Daily Homilies

All the virtues that St. John the Baptist practiced began with his sanctification by Marian mediation. Father explains some of these virtues ...

Tuesday, June 23 - Homily: Thou Shall Not Judge

Tuesday, June 23 - Homily: Thou Shall Not Judge Watch

Daily Homilies

St. Thomas Aquinas answers whether it is lawful to judge in ST II-II, q. 60, art. 2, citing St. Augustine and St. John Chrysostom.

Monday, June 22 - Homily: Modesty - the Summertime Virtue

Monday, June 22 - Homily: Modesty - the Summertime Virtue Watch

Daily Homilies

During the summer, special attention needs to be given to the practice of the virtue of modesty, which the Catecechism decribes as "refusing to ...

Friday, June 19 - Homily: Petitions of the Our Father

Friday, June 19 - Homily: Petitions of the Our Father Watch

Daily Homilies

Father explains the various petitions contained within the Lord's Prayer.

Thursday, June 18 - Homily: The Church is Guided by God

Thursday, June 18 - Homily: The Church is Guided by God Watch

Daily Homilies

In the first reading St. Paul makes it clear God is guiding him. This should be reprinted in every Catholic newspaper today, for many Catholics ...

Wednesday, June 17 - Homily: Public Religion

Wednesday, June 17 - Homily: Public Religion Watch

Daily Homilies

Fr. Elias expounds Jesus' teaching that we should not do our religious practice to draw attention to ourselves and that this does not mean that ...

Tuesday, June 16 - Homily: Love Even Your Enemies

Tuesday, June 16 - Homily: Love Even Your Enemies Watch

Daily Homilies

To be holy as Jesus said, we must show love even to our enemies.

Monday, June 15 - Homily: Trinitarian Testaments

Monday, June 15 - Homily: Trinitarian Testaments Watch

Daily Homilies

Fr. John Joseph preaches on the Mystery of the Holy Trinity, how it is taught in the Old Testament and the New and even in God's entire creation, ...

Friday, June 12 - Homily: The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

Friday, June 12 - Homily: The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Watch

Daily Homilies

The Church places today's Feast along side that of the Immaculate Heart of Mary to show the union of these two Hearts.  May our hearts be ...

Wednesday, June 10 - Homily: Obey and Teach

Wednesday, June 10 - Homily: Obey and Teach Watch

Daily Homilies

In order to be great in the Kingdom of Heaven we must obey the Commandments and teach others to do so as well.

Tuesday, June 9 - Homily: The Testimony of God

Tuesday, June 9 - Homily: The Testimony of God Watch

Daily Homilies

Throughout the course of history, God has testified to His Son through the prophets, the apostles and the Church. Those who have a living Faith, ...

Monday, June 8 - Homily: Super Human Transformation

Monday, June 8 - Homily: Super Human Transformation

Daily Homilies

On this celebration of Pentecost we ask the Holy Spirit to come and dwell within us, help us to grow in all the virtues. We must continually and ...

Friday, June 5 - Homily: Forgiveness and Our Lady

Friday, June 5 - Homily: Forgiveness and Our Lady Watch

Daily Homilies

At this Mass for the 1st Friday Sacred Heart Devotion for the local homeschoolers Fr. Ignatius emphasizes the Gospel message of forgiveness in ...

Thursday, June 4 - Homily: Patron of Priests

Thursday, June 4 - Homily: Patron of Priests Watch

Daily Homilies

Lumen Gentium #41 says in order for priests to arrive at holiness, they should imitate saintly priests of the past, pray and sacrifice for the ...