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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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Coming to know God's Word in our lives is a bumpy and sometimes complicated road. I know this because it is true in my life. My desire is that, as a priest through my homilies, God might make Himself known to you more clearly for He is simply Beautiful.
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"By means of the homily the mysteries of the faith and the guiding principles of the Christian life are expounded from the sacred text..." (Sacrosanctum Concilium, 52). In this podcast Fr. Chris Masla, Catholic priest of the diocese of Richmond, VA, shares his Sunday homily week after week.
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Homilies preached by Fr Luke Goymour at St Mark's Catholic Church, Holy Family Catholic Church and St Mary Magdalen's Catholic Church, Ipswich Suffolk, UK. Fr Luke is a parish priest and chaplain to the Diocesan Youth Service of East Anglia.
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Fr. Kyle White is Pastor at St. Leo the Great Church in Lafayette. We form missionary disciples by modeling intimacy w/ God and running together toward heaven. To learn more about St. Leo, visit stleolafayette.com
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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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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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Fr. Jim Chern has been a priest in the Archdiocese of Newark since 1999. He graduated with his master’s in theology from Seton Hall University. After his graduation he was assigned to Our Lady of Lourdes parish where he served as Parochial Vicar for 7 years. In 2007 he was named director of the Newman Catholic Center at Montclair State University where he still serves. In 2018 Fr. Jim was additionally named Archdiocesan Director of Campus Ministry by Cardinal Joseph Tobin.
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Welcome to Our Lady of Grace Homilies, the podcast that brings the uplifting and inspiring homilies from Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church straight to your ears. Join us each week as we delve into the timeless wisdom, profound teachings, and spiritual insights shared by the clergy of Our Lady of Grace. In each episode, you'll experience the warmth of faith and the richness of Catholic teachings, as our dedicated priests and speakers guide you through reflections on scripture, life, and the p ...
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Homily from the Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time. Courage is the willingness to do God's will on your own accord. We find ourselves in a place where we face uncertainty and difficulty. And yet, we are called to nonetheless move forward with courage. We walk by faith and not by sight. We choose to trust in God's Word more than our fears. Mass Readin…
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We continue our class with a discussion of the basic elements of the faith that we want all new Confirmands and Catechumans to know. We discuss the Apostles’ Creed, the 10 Commandments, the Lord’s Prayer, basic Sacramental Theology and basic Ecclesiology via the Catechism.
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The mustard seed Today Jesus tries to explain the kingdom of heaven through two parables, using a comparison about seeds. He loves using natural images from the fields, from the human experience of farmers of that time. Unlike us, seeds were very important to them. We don’t normally buy seeds and plant them in the ground, unless you have a vegetabl…
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Become a Parish Purpose Partner today! https://www.wesharegiving.org/app/giving/WeShare-3473?tab=home Gospel Discussion Questions: Ordinary Time Week 11 – Year B ~ Mark 4:16-34 What is the message or story? What is the Good News in this passage? What verse, image or message spoke to you most in the readings? What does the seed represent? Have you e…
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Friends, people of faith just see things differently. They see what the nonbeliever sees—they read history and watch the news and see what’s going on in the world—but they see more than that. They see the world according to God’s plans and purposes—an ample and even peculiar vision that can often make spiritual people seem a little crazy. All three…
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Welcome to Our Lady of Grace Homilies, the podcast that brings the uplifting and inspiring homilies from Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church straight to your ears. Join us each week as we delve into the timeless wisdom, profound teachings, and spiritual insights shared by the clergy of Our Lady of Grace. In each episode, you'll experience the warmth …
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When God asked Adam and Eve after the Fall, “Where are you?” He wasn’t inquiring about the location of their bodies, but the location of their hearts. By eating the forbidden fruit and straying from the Lord, our first parents lost their identity and began to search for it behind fig leaves. Our fig leaves have gotten more sophisticated over the ye…
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Can you recall a time where you felt guilt, regret and shame? This is often our response when we do something wrong. This weekend in his homily, Bishop encouraged us to stand strong against temptation, to protect those around us, and to live in the fullness of life and love.Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls által
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Last week we discussed one of the great mysteries of the church, the Holy Trinity. That there are three divine persons in one God. This week we encounter another great mystery the Most Holy Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, also known as Corpus Christi. Both mysteries, though not proceed by our senses, are revealed to us through God's wonderful theol…
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A homily is a public speech, so it only makes sense to write it in public, says Scott VanDerveer, who mostly writes his homilies sitting at a long shared table in a coffee shop. “I love looking up at whoever’s in line at the cash register at that moment and thinking, ‘Would this guy, or would this woman care about what I’m saying at all; would this…
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