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Every week, Catholic priest Fr. Mike Schmitz delivers powerful homilies based on the Sunday Mass Scripture readings, inviting you to live more fully as the person God created you to be. Engaging and motivating, these 20-30 minute homilies will help ground your faith, fortify your heart, and transform your life. Fr. Mike Schmitz preaches from Duluth Minnesota, where he serves as the Newman chaplain for University Minnesota Duluth’s Bulldog Catholic campus ministry.
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Father Raymond Suriani served as associate and pastor of Saint Pius X Church in Westerly, RI from 1988 to 2016. He remains active in the parish for masses, confessions etc..There are hundreds of homilies from 2003 to the present. ..................... .. ..You can also visit Fr Ray's Blog which include the printed homilies at http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/..
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No Spin Homilies is a website dedicated for the express intention of teaching Christianity through the utilization of Audio Homilies and Audio Bible Studies. The primary mission is to teach people about Sacred Scripture and help them to not only grow in wisdom and love of it but, also, to apply it in their daily lives.
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What makes a great Catholic homily, and what goes into the art of delivering it well? “Preach” is a new weekly podcast from America Media that features a diverse cast of the finest Catholic preachers. Each week, preachers open up their hearts and minds, sharing their spiritual lives, approaches to interpreting scripture and techniques for preparing the best homilies. On each episode, listeners will meet Catholic preachers, learn about their communities and hear their Sunday homilies, deliver ...
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The Living Beatitudes Community is a group of friendly and caring Christians who gather to worship together, work together, and live lives in emulation of the Spirit of the Beatitudes. These homilies were offered during our 10a Sun weekly services. Each homily is preceded by the Gospel reading and followed by discussion. The discussion is not included in this podcast. Living Beatitudes Community 20 W First Street Christ Episcopal Church, Lower Level Dayton, OH
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These difficult times demand that we turn back to the beautiful mystery of who God is and what it means to be His cherished children. Listen in to the daily homilies from the Marian Fathers at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy, including Fr. Chris Alar, Fr. Kaz Chwalek, and many more. May they help you to live by God’s will that you may play an active and effective role in a world whose wellbeing requires authentic Christian witness!
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The Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time with Fr. Jakob. February 4, 2024 at the 11:00am Mass ⁠⁠⁠Click here to view the readings.⁠⁠⁠ To learn more about our mission to form apostles for the Church and the world or to learn how you can stay connected with our community please visit ⁠⁠⁠www.aggiecatholic.org⁠⁠⁠.…
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In the Scriptures, Jesus’ disciples ask him, Lord, teach us to pray.” But what is it that Jesus teaches about prayer through his own prayer? In the first part of a series on prayer, Fr. Brett explores what Jesus reveals to us about the nature of prayer, focusing on his most used word, “Father.”
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Thank you for joining us today at All Saints Parish! #allsaintsparish Visit our parish website! http://allsaintscatholic.net/ Follow us on: YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/AllSaintsParishSundayHomilies Facebook - https://bit.ly/34Bs5Vk Twitter - https://twitter.com/AllParish Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/allparish/ Thank you for joining…
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Friends, we come now to the Second Sunday of Lent, and we’re on both dangerous and very holy ground with the first reading from the twenty-second chapter of Genesis. The ancient Israelites referred to it as the “Akedah,” which means the “binding”: Abraham binds and is ready to sacrifice Isaac at God’s command. It’s hard to imagine another text in t…
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Our theme for Lent this year is “Sacrifice.” Sacrifice is natural to humans - because love sacrifices and humans are made to love - just like God. We see his love above all in his sacrifice. Which calls us to respond in the same. This week we are called to sacrifice our comfort. Because comfort makes us believe we are in control. But ironically, co…
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Do you live each day as if it's your first, last and only day? This weekend in his homily, Bishop explained the importance of seizing each day and living intentionally. With the recent passing of Bishop Peter Muhich, bishop of the Diocese of Rapid City, Bishop DeGrood reflected on Bishop Muhich's dedication to the Church and to the faithful, even w…
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“Effective preaching is like good butter sinking into warm toast,” says Karla Bellinger. “You’ve gotta give the Holy Spirit a little bit of time to do some work.” As the founding executive director of the Institute for Homiletics at the University of Dallas and president of the Catholic Association of Teachers of Homiletics, Karla is filled with bi…
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Given at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Cottage Grove, Oregon. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fr-john-boyle/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fr-john-boyle/support
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Homily from the First Sunday of Lent. When expectation meets reality, we have a choice. All of our lives are marked by a certain degree of expectation. But what do we do when we encounter the reality of life? We can choose to either avoid reality or accept reality. Mass Readings from February 18, 2024: Genesis 9:8-15 Psalms 25:4-9 1 Peter 3:18-22 M…
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Lent 1 Temptations of Jesus Every Lent we try to accompany Jesus into the desert. We don’t like it, but it is the best way for us to return to God, to have a small conversion. We go down from Jerusalem towards the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth, below sea level. Jesus wanted to stoop down to our human level, surrounded by a very rough terrain.…
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Meditating on the four last things. Of course, we started with death. It's inevitable for all of us. Last night I spoke about judgment again, inevitable for all of us. And for tonight. And tomorrow I'll do hell. And then heaven. And this is where the divide comes in regards to our own personal experiences. Everybody is going to experience one or th…
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Life is a drudgery? Days without hope? “I shall not see happiness again?” What on earth, we might wonder, is this text doing in the Bible? The Bible, as we are told, is the word of God. The Church encourages us to look to it for inspiration. We open its pages when we feel hopeless, hoping to find hope! We turn to the scripture when we are unhappy f…
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