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Tuesday, April 21 - Homily : St. Anselm of Canterbury Watch

Image of As we celebrate the feast day of St. Anselm of Canterbury, Doctor of the Church, let us deepen our appreciation of the Catechism for the formation of good Christians.

As we celebrate the feast day of St. Anselm of Canterbury, Doctor of the Church, let us deepen our appreciation of the Catechism for the ... continue reading


Monday, April 20 - Homily: God Always Wins Watch

Image of There exists only two camps - that of Satan and rebellion, and those who follow Jesus Christ and the will of God. Victory has already been achieved over Satan, sin, and death, for God always wins.

There exists only two camps - that of Satan and rebellion, and those who follow Jesus Christ and the will of God. Victory has already ... continue reading



Thursday, April 16 - Homily: Signs and Wonders Watch

Image of Fr. Joachim explains how we can put too much emphasis on signs and wonders and how this is a sign that we are too focused on ourselves and our senses, and refuse to trust in Him.

Fr. Joachim explains how we can put too much emphasis on signs and wonders and how this is a sign that we are too focused on ourselves ... continue reading


Wednesday, April 15 - Homily: God's Help for His Workers Watch

Image of Fr. Elias on how God will help us in the difficult task of preaching His Kingdom, even by working miracles.

Fr. Elias on how God will help us in the difficult task of preaching His Kingdom, even by working miracles. continue reading


Tuesday, April 14 - Homily: Sanctifying Reality of the Resurection Watch

Image of Fr. Elias on the third Sunday in Easter preaches on how Jesus helped the apostles to fully grasp the reality of the fact that He had truly risen from the dead.

Fr. Elias on the third Sunday in Easter preaches on how Jesus helped the apostles to fully grasp the reality of the fact that He had ... continue reading


Monday, April 13 - Homily: St. Hermenegild, Model for Us All Watch

Image of St. Hermenegild shows us that to be Christian means to be rigid, strict, severe, and asture with ourselves; otherwise, we will become comfortable and live no differently than those without faith.

St. Hermenegild was born into a heretical family, but when he renounces his heretical beliefs and professed the Catholic faith he ... continue reading



Friday, April 10 - Homily: Fulfillment of the Old Covenant Watch

Image of Father Matthias comments on the Old and New Covenant, asking whether we must accept Christ in order to be saved. He answers, yes, we must.

Father Matthias comments on the Old and New Covenant, asking whether we must accept Christ in order to be saved. He answers, yes, we ... continue reading


Thursday, April 9 - Homily: Precious Wounds Watch

Image of Fr. George explains how the precious wounds of Jesus are His triumph and glory.

Fr. George explains how the precious wounds of Jesus are His triumph and glory. continue reading


Tuesday, April 7 - Homily: Confession and Venial Sins Watch

Image of Father Matthias reminds us that Our Lord condemns the sins, and not the sinners who turn to Him and repent.

Father Matthias reminds us that Our Lord condemns the sins, and not the sinners who turn to Him and repent. He then gives a short ... continue reading


Monday, April 6 - Homily: Resurrection from Sin Watch

Image of Fr. Elias on the miracle of raising Lazarus from the dead, reflecting on how this is a sign that Jesus is God and has power even over death, and also sin which is the cause of death and foreshadows His own death and resurrection for the forgiveness of all of our sins provided we have faith.

Fr. Elias on the miracle of raising Lazarus from the dead, reflecting on how this is a sign that Jesus is God and has power even over ... continue reading


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