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Friday, January 2 - Homily: Brothers for the Faith Watch

Image of Alan on the two Saints and Doctors of the Church Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen who worked together against the Arian heresy.

Alan on the two Saints and Doctors of the Church Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen who worked together against the Arian heresy. continue reading


Wednesday, December 31 - Homily: End of Year Reflections Watch

Image of Fr. Alan uses the readings for today to reflect on the year that is now ending and looking forward to the new year. He focus on the birth of Christ and how we must make him Lord of our lives and to make a practical New Year's resolution to do so this.

Fr. Alan uses the readings for today to reflect on the year that is now ending and looking forward to the new year. He focus on the birth ... continue reading



Tuesday, December 30 - Homily: Do Not Love the World Watch

Image of St. John teaches us today not to love the world and the things of the world because they are passing away. We need to love God and do the will of the Father.

St. John teaches us today not to love the world and the things of the world because they are passing away. We need to love God and do the ... continue reading


Monday, December 29 - Homily: Keeping up with the Nazarians Watch

Image of Fr. Joachim on the feast of the Holy Family exhorts us to not worry about 'keeping up with the Joneses' but rather to imitate the Holy Family from Nazareth so that their children will become more like Jesus the Nazarian.

Fr. Joachim on the feast of the Holy Family exhorts us to not worry about 'keeping up with the Joneses' but rather to imitate the Holy ... continue reading


Friday, December 26 - Homily: Witnessing to Christmas Watch

Image of Father comments on the Feast of St. Steven, the Protomartyr, and tells us that this reminds us that the joy of Christmas, of the Incarnation, intrinsically calls for witnesses who are ready and willing to give testimony for what they believe.

Father comments on the Feast of St. Steven, the Protomartyr, and tells us that this reminds us that the joy of Christmas, of the ... continue reading


Wednesday, December 24 - Homily: Loosen our Tongues Watch

Image of Fr Joachim on the Benedicat, the Gospel canticle sung by Zachariah after the birth of his son John the Baptist, the forerunner of Christ, when his tongue was loosed after so many months of being mute.

Fr Joachim on the Benedicat, the Gospel canticle sung by Zachariah after the birth of his son John the Baptist, the forerunner of Christ, ... continue reading



Tuesday, December 23 - Homily: Jesus is Savior Watch

Image of We need to be thankful for having been made a Christian, and that we can all too easily take the salvation won for us by Jesus for granted.

Fr. Matthias reminds us that we need to be thankful for having been made a Christian, and that we can all too easily take the salvation ... continue reading


Monday, December 22 - Homily: Christmas and Your Predominant Fault Watch

Image of Father comments on the entrance antiphon:

Father comments on the entrance antiphon: "O Gates, lift high your heads." He tells us these "gates" can symbolize two very different ... continue reading


The Angel of the Lord Declared unto Joseph: The Angelus of Joseph and the Call to Men Watch

Image of The dream of Joseph. During what are often called the hidden years, because we have little in the Gospel text about them, Jesus was with Joseph and Joseph was with Jesus. Joseph uniquely participated in the mystery of Gods plan of redemption through simply being the man he was called to be. How challenging his witness is in an age of narcissism and inordinate self-love.

Through the Fountain of living water called Baptism, the Father invites each one of us into His new family, the Body of His Son, the ... continue reading


Thursday, December 18 - Homily: Take Her into Your Home Watch

Image of Like St. Joseph, Christians must not be afraid to take Mary into their homes and have an intimate spiritual life with Her.

Like St. Joseph, Christians must not be afraid to take Mary into their homes and have an intimate spiritual life with Her. continue reading


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