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Monday, December 1 - Homily: Stay awake! Watch

Image of We must strive to be spiritually awake by not neglecting our Christian duties, not being lukewarm in prayer, being watchful of our bad tendencies, and preparing for our last day which draws ever closer as each day passes.

We must strive to be spiritually awake by not neglecting our Christian duties, not being lukewarm in prayer, being watchful of our bad ... continue reading


Tuesday, November 25 - Homily: St Catherine, Martyr Watch

Image of Fr. Joachim on the extraordinary life of St Catherine of Alexandria who gave tremendous witness to the faith during the last of the persecutions under pagan Roman emperors.

Fr. Joachim on the extraordinary life of St Catherine of Alexandria who gave tremendous witness to the faith during the last of the ... continue reading



Monday, November 24 - Homily: Vietnamese Martyrs Watch

Image of Fr. Alan on the story of the St. Andre Dung Lac and his 116 companions during the persecution of the Christians in Vietnam in the early 1800's.

Fr. Alan on the story of the St. Andre Dung Lac and his 116 companions during the persecution of the Christians in Vietnam in the early ... continue reading


Homily of Father Peter M. J. Stravinskas on Christ the King Watch

Image of This last Sunday of the Church's year, Janus-like, opens onto the first Sunday of the new year with Advent as our minds and hearts are fixed once more upon the end-times which usher in the beginning of a new heaven and a new earth.  In the interim, you and I are called, in the words of Pope Paul VI, to lay the foundations for a

My dear friends, you and I must become convinced of the rightness of the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews that - we have here no ... continue reading


Friday, November 21 - Homily: Mary is Greater than the Church Watch

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If by "Church" we mean the People of God, all of the baptized (without Mary), then Mary is greater than the Church because we are sinners ... continue reading


Thursday, November 20 - Homily: Time of Visitation Watch

Image of Jerusalem was destroyed in 70 AD

Jerusalem was destroyed in 70 AD "because it did not recognize the time of its visitation", i.e., the visitation of the Savior, nor did ... continue reading



Wednesday, November 19 - Homily: St Agnes, Poor Clare with many Coins Watch

Image of Fr. Alan connects the Gospel parable of the gold coins with the story of St. Agnes' life who was the sister of St Clare, the founder of the Poor Clares in cooperation with St. Francis.

Fr. Alan connects the Gospel parable of the gold coins with the story of St. Agnes' life who was the sister of St Clare, the founder of ... continue reading


Tueday, November 18 - Homily: Mission to the Lost Watch

Image of The goal of the Church is to save those who would otherwise be lost, and we can see this in Our Lord's eating with Zacchaeus in today's Gospel.

The goal of the Church is to save those who would otherwise be lost, and we can see this in Our Lord's eating with Zacchaeus in today's ... continue reading


Monday, November 17 - Homily: Unusually Happy Marriage Watch

Image of St. Elizabeth of Hungary and her husband, Louis IV, had an unusually happy marriage because they were both saintly souls. Sanctity is the key to a happy marriage

St. Elizabeth of Hungary and her husband, Louis IV, had an unusually happy marriage because they were both saintly souls. Sanctity is the ... continue reading


Friday, November 14 - Homily: St. Nicholas and the Challenge of Truth Watch

Image of Father Matthias comments on the account of the martyrdom of today's saints, Ss. Nicholas Tavelic and companions, who preached the Gospel to the Muslims in Jerusalem and sealed their witness with their blood.

Father Matthias comments on the account of the martyrdom of today's saints, Ss. Nicholas Tavelic and companions, who preached the Gospel ... continue reading


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