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Friday, May 8 - Homily: John 6: The Bread of Life Watch

Image of Our Lord uses various literary techniques to emphasize the essence of the Bread of Life discourse in the Gospel of John - that we must eat the literal flesh of Jesus Himself and drink His blood to have eternal life.

Our Lord uses various literary techniques to emphasize the essence of the Bread of Life discourse in the Gospel of John - that we must ... continue reading


Thursday, May 7 - Homily: Fullness of Joy Watch

Image of Our Lord does not exhort us to keep His commandments and remain in Him that we might be sad, but so that we might share His joy.

Our Lord does not exhort us to keep His commandments and remain in Him that we might be sad, but so that we might share His joy. continue reading



Wednesday, May 6 - Homily: The Pruning of the Vine Watch

Image of The metaphor used by Our Lord in today's gospel is one that is rooted in the history and consciousness of the Jewish people.

The metaphor used by Our Lord in today's gospel is one that is rooted in the history and consciousness of the Jewish people. The image of ... continue reading


Tuesday, May 5 - Homily: Seek Jesus in the Sign of the Eucharist Watch

Image of In the readings today Our Lord begins to move into the

In the readings today Our Lord begins to move into the "Bread of Life" discourses and explains the difference between the spiritual soul ... continue reading


Monday, May 4 - Homily: Who Loves Jesus? Watch

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"Whoever has my commandments and observes them is the one who loves me." John 14:21. continue reading


Thursday, April 30 - Homily: St Pius V the Reformer Watch

Image of Fr. Elias on the life of Pope St. Pius V who called all the Christians to prayer at the threat of a huge Muslim invasion. He also implemented the Council of Trent that had just been concluded in response to Protestant Reformation, including the liturgical reforms.

Fr. Elias on the life of Pope St. Pius V who called all the Christians to prayer at the threat of a huge Muslim invasion. He also ... continue reading



Wednesday, April 29 - Homily: Heroic Constancy Watch

Image of Father explains the virtue of heroic constancy found in St. Peter Verona, Martyr, and how we can practice this virtue in our everyday lives.

Father explains the virtue of heroic constancy found in St. Peter Verona, Martyr, and how we can practice this virtue in our everyday ... continue reading


Tuesday, April 29 - Homily: St. Catherine Peacemaker Watch

Image of Fr. John Joseph on St. Catherine of Sienna and how she worked to bring peace and harmony in the Church, the family of God.

Fr. John Joseph on St. Catherine of Sienna and how she worked to bring peace and harmony in the Church, the family of God. continue reading


Friday, April 24 - Homily: St Fidelis of Sigmaringen Watch

Image of St Fidelis of Sigmaringen was indefatigable in preaching the word of God, and at the command of the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith he preached sound doctrine in Raetia.

Fidelis was born in the town of Sigmaringen in Germany in the year 1578. He joined the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin and lived an ... continue reading


Wednesday, April 22 - Homily: St. Conrad, An Example of Silence Amidst the Noise of the World Watch

Image of St. Conrad was the porter at a very busy friary attached to a shrine where thousands of pilgrims would come daily; however, he was known for his love of silence and his practice of it.

St. Conrad was the porter at a very busy friary attached to a shrine where thousands of pilgrims would come daily; however, he was known ... continue reading


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