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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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Bloomington, INFr. Matthias SaskoHomily
April 7, 2017

Apr 07 – Homily – Fr Matthias: Compassion of Our Lady

Fr. Matthias on the tradition of celebrating the Compassion of Our Lady on the Friday before Good Friday, where Our Lady suffered at the foot of the cross with Jesus as He was…
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Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 6, 2017

Apr 06 – Homily – Fr Alan: Breaking the Covenant, Dissent & Unbelief

  God made an everlasting pact with Abraham, promising him the land of Canaan, and obligating Abraham and his descendants to acknowledge Him as their God, and to "keep my covenant through the ages"…
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Fr. Alan WhartonHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 4, 2017

Apr 04 – Homily – Fr Alan: Willfully Blind & Cut Off from Life in Christ

  Jesus makes it abundantly clear that salvation is to be found in him. In today's Gospel, he tells the Pharisees: "If you do not believe that I AM, you will die in your…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
April 3, 2017

Apr 03 – Homily – Fr Maximilian Mary: Accusers Guilty, Sinner Forgiven

Both women, accused of adultery, could be punished by stoning under the law, if found guilty. In both cases, their accusers are motivated by malice. Susanna was vindicated by God; her false accusers…
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Fr. JacintoGriswold, CTHomily
April 2, 2017

Apr 02 – Homily – Fr Jacinto: We are Lazarus

  On the fifth Sunday of Lent, it is customary in many places to veil the sacred images in order to focus all our attention on Jesus and His upcoming death and resurrection.…
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Bloomington, INFr. Matthias SaskoHomily
March 30, 2017

Mar 30 – Homily – Fr Matthias: Motives of Credibility

Fr. Matthias on the how our intellects look for motives of credibility and this is where miracles play a role, enabling us to ascent to faith. Ave Maria! Mass: Thursday 4th Week of Lent…
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