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Bloomington, INFr. Matthias SaskoHomily
April 26, 2017

Apr 26 – Homily – Fr Matthias: Our Lady of Good Counsel

Fr. Mathias gives the history of the feast of Our Lady of Good Counsel and relates it to today's gospel where Our Lady tells the wedding hosts to do what ever Jesus tells them,…
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Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 25, 2017

Apr 25 – Homily – Fr Alan: St. Mark – Fallible, but Faithful

  St. Mark the Evangelist, always a disciple of Jesus Christ from his youth, had his ups and downs, just like his mentor, St. Peter, whose Gospel he presents. After falling out of…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 24, 2017

Apr 24 – Homily – Fr Maximilian: St. Fidelis – Predestined Yet Free to Choose

  St. Fidelis, German Cappuchin Franciscan preacher and martyr, died at the hands of fanatic Calvinists for his faithful witness to the Catholic truth. In contrast to their false doctrine on "predestination," he preached…
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Fr. JacintoGriswold, CTHomily
April 23, 2017

Apr 23 – Homily – Fr Jacinto: To Live Divine Mercy, FINCH and ABC

  In the Gospel reading, we see two appearances of Jesus to the disciples, first without Thomas, who doubted when he was told that Jesus was risen, and then while Thomas was there,…
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Fr. JacintoGriswold, CTHomily
April 22, 2017

Apr 22 – Homily – Fr Jacinto: Impossible!

  In today's Gospel, Jesus rebukes the disciples for their slowness to believe. But their doubt and weakness is our certainty and strength. For the proofs Jesus offered the disciples ground our faith…
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Bloomington, INFr. Matthias SaskoHomily
April 21, 2017

Apr 21 – Homily – Fr Matthias: The Pure of Heart will See God

Fr. Matthias on how John was the one disciple who recognized Jesus when he appeared on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. He relates this to the great love that John had…
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Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 20, 2017

Apr 20 – Homily – Fr Alan: Limitless Grace, Limited Vessels

  God's grace working through us may not produce such spectacular results as it did through Peter, but we too are called nonetheless to be His instruments in building up the Church. Ave Maria!…
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Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 18, 2017

Apr 18 – Homily – Fr Alan: Peter’s Pentecost Exhortation, For Us Today

  "Save yourselves from this corrupt generation." Peter's words will have meaning until the last day. "The day the LORD has made" is the day of salvation, for those who choose it, but…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 17, 2017

Apr 17 – Homily – Fr Maximilian: Jesus’ Credible Resurrection, Our Hope for Salvation

  Clearly the story about Jesus’ body being stolen is patently false, and doesn’t jibe with St. John’s account of what he saw in the empty tomb. The story of the guards is less believable…
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Fr. Dominic MurphyGriswold, CTHomily
April 16, 2017

Apr 16 – Homily – Fr Dominic: Easter Sunday 2017

  Father Dominic gives the Easter Sunday homily at Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine in Griswold, CT. Ave Maria! Mass: Easter Sunday (Opt 1) - Solemnity Readings:  1st: act 10:34, 37-43 Resp: psa…
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Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 11, 2017

Apr 11 – Homily – Fidelity, Denial, Martyrdom: Peter Symbolizes Struggle for Sanctity

  Peter's extreme reversals, from empassioned protestations of fidelity to Our Lord, to his denial of Jesus in the courtyard of Caiaphas, to his eventual martyrdom in Rome, should be a reminder and…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 10, 2017

Apr 10 – Homily – Fr Maximilian: Helping the Poor, Through Jesus to the Periphery

  We have to go to the center—Jesus Christ—before we can effectively “reach out to the periphery,” to help the marginalized and poor. Judas falsely claimed concern for the poor, but he was…
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Fr. JacintoGriswold, CTHomily
April 9, 2017

Apr 09 – Homily – Fr Jacinto: Holy Week Homework

  This week we remember the week that was the culmination of human history, and changed the world forever. Through the liturgy, we are brought into contact with these events and enabled to…
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Fr. JacintoGriswold, CTHomily
April 8, 2017

Apr 08 – Homily – Fr Jacinto: A Sign of Contradiction

  Simeon prophesied that Jesus would be a sign of contradiction, and we see that in today's Gospel. The raising of Lazarus lead some to believe in Him, but others to harden their…
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