Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
September 25, 2017

Sep 25 – Homily – Fr Alan: St. Francis Applies the Parable of the Lamp

  In the Parable of the Lamp, Our Lord admonishes: "Take care, then, how you hear. To anyone who has, more will be given, and from the one who has not, even what he seems to…
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Fr. JacintoGriswold, CTHomily
September 24, 2017

Sep 24 – Homily – Fr Jacinto: Our Catholic Roots

  The Jews were the first called. We are people of nations called much later. Regardless of how long you are a Christian we are all to receive the same reward: God Himself…
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Fr. JacintoGriswold, CTHomily
September 23, 2017

Sep 23 – Homily – Fr Jacinto: St Pio of Pietrelcina

  Padre Pio is the first priest to receive the stigmata, which he bore for 50 years shedding a pint of blood a day. Padre Pio shared in the victimhood of Christ to…
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Bloomington, INGuest HomilistHomily
September 22, 2017

Sep 22 – Homily – Fr. Patrick: Do All for God

Fatima 100th Oct 7 Celebration Event: Fr. Patrick Hyde, O.P. on the need to avoid seeking wealth and power not only because it leads us from God, but does not build up…
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Bloomington, INGuest HomilistHomily
September 21, 2017

Sep 21 – Homily – Fr. Patrick: St. Matthew & the New Evangelization

Fatima 100th Oct 7 Celebration Event: For the Feast of St. Matthew the Evangelist, Fr. Patrick Hyde, O.P. preaches on the great need for the New Evangelization called for by the last…
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Bloomington, INFr. Ignatius ManfredoniaHomily
September 20, 2017

Sep 20 – Homily – Fr Ignatius: Pillar & Foundation of Truth

Fatima 100th Oct 7 Celebration Event: Fr. Ignatius on the Church as the pillar and foundation of truth that gives us the clear path to follow and the strength through grace to…
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Fr. Matthias SaskoHomilyNew Bedford, MA
September 19, 2017

Sep 19 – Homily – Scripture and Clerical Celibacy

  In the New Testament, we know that bishops, priests, and deacons were allowed to marry.  But we also know that married clergy had the obligation to live with their wives as if…
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Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
September 18, 2017

Sep 18 – Homily: Elevated in Love, St. Joseph of Cupertino

  St. Joseph of Cupertino was renowned for mystical gifts, but his greatest virtue was love, which made the others pleasing to God. Raised high, literally through the gift of flight and elevation,…
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Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
September 11, 2017

Sep 11 – Homily – Fr Alan: Remembering 9/11

  The tragic evil directed against America sixteen years ago today urges us still today, as in the case of present evils, to respond with a spirit of Christian faith. As we remember…
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Fr. JacintoGriswold, CTHomily
September 10, 2017

Sep 10 – Homily – Fr Jacinto: Fraternal Correction

  Christian watchfulness sometimes requires fraternal correction, condemning not persons but harmful behavior. If you fail to correct you might share in the guilt. Ask your Guardian Angel to inspire you to say…
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Fr. Dominic MurphyGriswold, CTHomily
September 9, 2017

Sep 09 – Homily – Fr Dominic: St. Peter Claver for Today

St. Peter Claver called himself the slave of the black slaves and is today the patron of missions to the blacks. In his last illness St. Peter Claver was mistreated by the black…
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