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Fr. Maximilian Warnisher

Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
January 7, 2019

Repent: Prove Yourself Worthy of the Kingdom – Jan 07 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

  On the Memorial of St. Raymond of Pennafort (Dominican, priest - Jan 07), Fr Maximilian relates the Gospel message of repentance to the life of St. Raymond and to our own call…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
December 24, 2018

Almost Here – Christmas, the Dawn of Eternal Light – Dec 24 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

  In the homily for the last day of Advent (Dec 24), Fr. Maximilian looks at the prophecies contained in today's Scripture readings and explains the references to the "night" of sin that…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
December 10, 2018

Holy House of the Incarnation – Dec 10 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

    On the Feast of Our Lady of Loreto (Dec 10), Fr Maximilian explains the meaning of this liturgical feast associated with the Holy House of Nazareth where the Incarnation of the…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
November 26, 2018

Give Everything Now to Gain Forever – Nov 26 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

  In the homily for the Memorial of St. Leonard of Port Maurice (Franciscan Priest, Nov 26), Fr. Maximilian explains the lesson of the Gospel: that for love of God and to please…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
November 19, 2018

Become “a lamb” of God, like St. Agnes of Assisi – Nov 19 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

  In the homily for the memorial of St. Agnes of Assisi (Poor Clare, Virgin and Abbess, Nov 19), Fr. Maximilian draws from the life of the saint, whose name means "lamb," lessons…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
November 12, 2018

You Must Give Me Your Sins – Nov 12 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

In the homily for Nov 12 (St. Josaphat, readings from Monday in the 32nd Week in Ordinary Time), Fr. Maximilian relates the Gospel message of forgiveness to a mystical experience in the life…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
November 5, 2018

Invest in Eternity, Give Freely Without Interest – Nov 05 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

  Fr Maximilian gives the homily on Nov 05 (Monday in the 31st Week in Ordinary Time) on how the Lord wants us to give freely, without personal interest or expectation of repayment,…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
October 24, 2018

Be Prepared for an Hour You Do Not Expect – Oct 24 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

  In the homily for the memorial of St Anthony Mary Claret (Bishop, Oct 24), Fr. Maximilian explains how our Saint's life and example conform to today's Gospel message, to be faithful to…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
October 22, 2018

“Do Not Be Afraid,” God Will Carry Us to Salvation – Oct 22 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

On the memorial of St. John Paul II, Pope (Oct 22), Fr. Maximilian cites the late Pope's famous motto: "Do not be afraid," and encourages us with these same words to have confidence…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
October 15, 2018

“Let Nothing Disturb You, God Alone Suffices” – Oct 15 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

  In the homily for the memorial of St. Teresa of Jesus (a.k.a. of Avila, Virgin and Doctor of the Church - Oct 15), citing lines from her famous bookmark poem ("Let nothing…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
October 3, 2018

The Rosary, a Compass for Following Jesus – Oct 03 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

  In his homily for Wednesday in the 26th Week in Ordinary Time (Oct 03, 2018)  Fr Maximilian suggests the takeaway from today’s readings is that following Jesus should be our priority; the Rosary…
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Fr. Maximilian WarnisherHomilyNew Bedford, MA
September 19, 2018

Liquifying Blood Relic, A Sign for Faith – Sep 19 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W

  In the homily for the feast of St. Januarius, Bishop and Martyr (Sep 19), Fr. Maximilian talks about the martyr's liquifying relic of blood, a miracle that occurs almost without fail each…
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