Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
June 26, 2017

Jun 26 – Homily – Fr Alan: Judging Others

  Our Lord  does not prohibit the use of judgment, nor does he prohibit fraternal correction, but wants that these be practiced with mercy, motivated by true charity. Ave Maria! Mass: Monday 12th…
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Fr. JacintoGriswold, CTHomily
June 25, 2017

Jun 25 – Homily – Fr Jacinto: Mission Possible… Only with God

  We, like the apostles, have been entrusted with an important and difficult mission. The world tells us to be afraid, but Our Lord reminds us that we have nothing to fear, and…
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Bloomington, INFr. Ignatius ManfredoniaHomily
June 22, 2017

Jun 22 – Homily – Fr Ignatius: St. Thomas Moore, Integrity and Intelligence

Fr. Ignatius on the life of St. Thomas Moore, his great integrity, piety and intelligence. With these he was able to resist King Henry VIII as he broke away from the Church even…
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Bloomington, INFr. Ignatius ManfredoniaHomily
June 21, 2017

Jun 21 – Homily – Fr Ignatius: Aloysius: Love of God and Neighbor

Fr. Ignatius on the life of St. Aloysius Gonzaga and how his extraordinary innocence was an expression of his great love of God and his extraordinary penitence, an expression of his love of…
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Fr. Matthias SaskoHomilyNew Bedford, MA
June 20, 2017

Jun 20 – Homily – Fr Matthias: Convert Enemy to Brother

  Loving our enemies is not equivalent to letting them do as they please and harm us, but rather it means seeking to convert them into our brothers. Ave Maria! Mass: Tuesday 11th…
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Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
June 19, 2017

Jun 19 – Homily – Fr Alan: Ministers of God, no dress rehearsal for Judgement

  St. Paul indicates to ministers the time is now to make use of the grace given them. The work of the minister—God’s work—is advanced or retarded by their own successes or shortcomings…
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