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11th Sunday 2016(6/12/16)Download (MP3)
The readings for this weekend remind us of the devastating effects of sin in our lives. But, also, what we can do to counter the effects in our lives.
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10th Sunday 2016(6/5/16)Download (MP3)
The readings remind us that God creates "ex-nihilo" – out of nothingness, which inspires our faith.
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The Body and Blood 2016(5/29/16)Download (MP3)
This Feast reminds us of the significance of Jesus Body and Blood in our spiritual lives.
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The Feast of Pentacost 2016(5/15/16)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates the birthday of our Church and how this has an impact on our spirituality today.
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Ascension(5/8/16)Download (MP3)
On the night before Jesus' death, He gives the apostles a teaching that is crucial to their and our spiritual life.
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6th Sunday of Easter(5/1/16)Download (MP3)
On the night before Jesus' death, He gives the apostles a teaching that is crucial to their and our spiritual life.
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5th Sunday of Easter(4/24/16)Download (MP3)
The first and Second readings for this weekend remind us to joyfully stay fixed on the goal of Heaven.
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4th Sunday of Easter(4/17/16)Download (MP3)
All 3 readings speak to us about how we can deal with our struggles in life.
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3rd Sunday of Easter(4/10/16)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday. In the scriptures, we are taught a powerful lesson about prayer.
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Divine Mercy 2016(4/3/16)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday. In the scriptures, we are taught a powerful lesson about prayer.
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Palm Sunday 2016(3/20/16)Download (MP3)
As we read the Passion of Christ, we see different types of sin surrounding Jesus for the express purpose of destroying Him.
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5th Sunday Lent 2016(3/13/16)Download (MP3)
Today in the Gospel, we hear the story of the woman caught in adultery. It's a great example of the wickedness of judgement and God's infinite mercy.
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4th Sunday Lent 2016(3/6/16)Download (MP3)
Today, we hear the parable of the Prodigal Son. It is one of the most powerful stories in Sacred Scripture that speaks the heart of the spiritual life.
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3rd Sunday Lent 2016(2/28/16)Download (MP3)
Today, we hear in the 1st reading one of the most powerful scripture passages in the Bible.
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2nd Sunday Lent 2016(2/21/16)Download (MP3)
In the Scriptures, we learn that God gives us a glimpse of the goal to motivate us in our faith.
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1st Sunday Lent 2016(2/14/16)Download (MP3)
The Gospel is very appropriate for the beginning of our Lent. Jesus battles temptation in the desert. We also enter into Lent battling the temptations and distractions of our spiritual life.
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4th Sunday 2016(1/31/16)Download (MP3)
Today, we hear the call of Jeremiah the Prophet. This is our story each day of our lives
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3rd Sunday 2016(1/24/16)Download (MP3)
The Scripture readings speak volumes about the importance of listening to the Word of God always spoken to us by the Lord.
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2nd Sunday 2016(1/17/16)Download (MP3)
Both the 1st reading and the Gospel tell us what faith looks like: it looks like a marriage between us and God.
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Baptism 2016(1/10/16)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates the baptism of Jesus and recognizes just how important it was for Jesus and for us.
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Feast of The Epiphany 2016(1/3/16)Download (MP3)
Today, we hear the great story of the magi's journey to meet Christ. In many ways, it's our spiritual story.
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Feast of The Holy Family 2015(12/27/15)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates and hold up the Holy Family as a model for all of our families to live by in our daily life.
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4th Sunday of Advent 2015(12/20/15)Download (MP3)
In the Scriptures for this weekend, we hear the classic theme of God taking the weak and making strong in bearing witness to you.
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3rd Sunday of Advent 2015(12/13/15)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we hear people asking St. John the great Advent Question, "What should we do?"
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2nd Sunday of Advent 2015(12/6/15)Download (MP3)
The Prophet Baruch and John the Baptist give us a message of hope and righteousness to a people exhiled by sin.
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Christ King 2015(11/22/15)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate Christ our King, to whom our lives are ordered now and always.
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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(11/15/15)Download (MP3)
The readings for this weekend help us put certain things in this world into perspective in the spiritual life.
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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(11/8/15)Download (MP3)
St. Vincent de Paul said, "Whatever you do, think not of yourself but of God." The readings for this weekend speak to this teaching.
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All Saints 2015(11/1/15)Download (MP3)
Today we celebrate the Holy Day of our Spiritual Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
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30th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/25/15)Download (MP3)
The gospel for today is the timeless classic of Blind Bartimeaeus. It's our story of the spiritual life.
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29th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/18/15)Download (MP3)
In today's Gospel, Jesus teaches us that discipleship includes service to others but also suffering.
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28th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/11/15)Download (MP3)
The Gospel story for this weekend was a source of great spiritual inspiration for Pope John Paul II, and will be for us.
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27th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/4/15)Download (MP3)
Today, I want to deviate from my norm of preaching and take a look at what happened to our Church at a National level and how our local Church responds to it.
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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/27/15)Download (MP3)
Sin has a radical effect on our lives. What is required? A radical act on our behalf to eradicate the sin from our lives.
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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/13/15)Download (MP3)
n the Gospel, we hear a nice spiritual lesson about how to continue to practice the self-sacrificing love Jesus began in order to be his followers in this world.
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23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/6/15)Download (MP3)
In the readings, we hear how the power of the Word of God can heal people.
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22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/30/15)Download (MP3)
All 3 scripture readings teach us that the Laws that God gives us are truly gifts to help and protect us.
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21st Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/23/15)Download (MP3)
Winston Churchill once said, "Every calling in life is great, provided it is greatly pursued." This readings for this weekend make this applicable to our faith.
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20th Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/16/15)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel today, Jesus renews our love for the Eucharist
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19th Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/9/15)Download (MP3)
The readings for this weekend teach us about the importance of the Eucharist in our Journey of Life.
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18th Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/2/15)Download (MP3)
All 3 readings teach us about the importance of living out our faith.
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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/26/15)Download (MP3)
Today, we hear how the story of the multiplication of the loaves best mirrors our Mass celebration.
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16th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/19/15)Download (MP3)
The scriptures speak to us about the importance of shepherds in our lives.
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15th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/12/15)Download (MP3)
In the Scripture today, Amos and the Apostles teach us how to hear the call of God and to respond to it.
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14th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/5/15)Download (MP3)
In the 2nd reading for this weekend, we have one of the most powerful passages from St. Paul in all of his letters. In particularly, how he teaches us to deal with suffering in our lives.
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13th Sunday in Ordinary Time(6/28/15)Download (MP3)
The readings this weekend teach us about the power of touch.
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12th Sunday in Ordinary Time(6/21/15)Download (MP3)
The Gospel teaches a powerful spiritual lesson on how to deal with challenges that plague our Church or our own individual lives.
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11th Sunday in Ordinary Time(6/14/15)Download (MP3)
All 3 Scripture readings speak to us about the Christian meaning of Hope.
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The Feast of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ(6/7/15)Download (MP3)
The readings for this great feast remind us that our Mass is a Divine Sacrifice.
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The Feast of the Holy Trinity(5/31/15)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Trinity which is the community of love and holiness that exists between Father Son, and Holy Spirit. We must mirror that same community in our faith Communities.
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The Feast of Pentecost(5/24/15)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates its birthday. But the Scriptures for this weekend remind us that Pentecost is something we live out every day in our lives.
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Ascension of Jesus Christ(5/17/15)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates the Ascension of Jesus Christ into Heaven and the impact it has on us.
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6th Sunday of Easter 2015(5/10/15)Download (MP3)
We continue to read from John's Gospel. Jesus reinforces the need for us to remain in His love by always following His teachings.
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5th Sunday of Easter 2015(5/3/15)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel for today, Jesus lays out the facts for us to bear fruit and have eternal life.
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4th Sunday of Easter 2015(4/26/15)Download (MP3)
The Gospel reminds us that our Lord is our true Shepherd who calls us always in many different ways. If we are true followers of Him, we recognize His voice amongst the other voices in our life.
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3rd Sunday of Easter(4/19/15)Download (MP3)
Today, there are so many threats to Christianity, physical, philosophical, and cultural. However, the Scriptures for this weekend highlight one of the greatest threats - ignorance.
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The Feast of Divine Mercy Sunday(4/12/15)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church around the world celebrates the Feast of Divine Mercy Sunday. The Gospel story helps us to understand how abundant God's mercy is for us all.
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Easter Sunday 2015(4/5/15)Download (MP3)
Our Church around the world celebrates with great joy the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Scripture readings for this celebration reminds us of the power implications of this great event.
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Palm Sunday(3/29/15)Download (MP3)
Today our Church around the world celebrates Palm Sunday, it begins Holy Week. We read from the Passion from Mark's Gospel and are drawn into this powerful and sacred event.
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5th Sunday of Lent(3/22/15)Download (MP3)
The First reading reminds us of the covenant Jesus Made with the Apostles at the time of the Last Supper. Every time we gather for Mass, we re-affirm and live into that covenant.
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4th Sunday of Lent(3/15/15)Download (MP3)
In the first reading from Chronicles, it unfortunately reminds us that history repeats itself in the most destructive way.
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3rd Sunday of Lent(3/8/15)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, Jesus cleanses the Temple in Jerusalem. In the temple of our hearts, what can Jesus chase out and cleanse so we can draw closer to Him?
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2nd Sunday of Lent(3/1/15)Download (MP3)
Today, we have the classic yet challenging story of God Wanting Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac to God. In this great story, we learn a powerful spiritual lesson.
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1st Sunday of Lent(2/22/15)Download (MP3)
As we begin the Season of Lent, it's time for us to get back to the basics of our spiritual life. The Gospel for this weekend is perfect for it.
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6th Sunday in Ordinary Time(2/15/15)Download (MP3)
Jesus uses leprosy to teach His apostles and us a lesson about His mission and the mission of our Church.
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5th Sunday in Ordinary Time(2/8/15)Download (MP3)
We suffer in our lifetime. Why? The scriptures for this weekend help us understand our suffering.
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4th Sunday in Ordinary Time(2/1/15)Download (MP3)
The Gospel for this weekend reminds us of our commitment to life long formation and to recognize the power of God working in and through us.
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3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(1/25/15)Download (MP3)
Today, all of the readings remind us that we are a called people. Called to allow our will to be absorbed into God's will.
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2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(1/18/15)Download (MP3)
Today, in the 1st Reading we hear how we can discern God's will for us and act upon it.
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The Feast of the Baptism of Jesus Christ(1/11/15)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church around the world celebrates the great Feast of the Baptism of Jesus Christ. This feast was a powerful event in the life of Jesus and our Church.
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The Feast of the Epiphany(1/4/15)Download (MP3)
This Feast of the Epiphany helps us to be aware of the difference between authentic Catholic Spirituality and pop culture spirituality.
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4th Sunday of Advent(12/21/14)Download (MP3)
Today, Mary teaches us how to properly receive Christ into our lives at Christmas, but also every day of our lives.
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3rd Sunday of Advent(12/14/14)Download (MP3)
Today, the readings tell us we should rejoice in our union with God and how that union makes us a better people.
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2nd Sunday of Advent(12/7/14)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church begins to read from the start of the Gospel of Mark. Like a great literary artist, Mark sets the tone of the gospel with a powerful opening line.
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1st Sunday of Advent(11/30/14)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church around the world begins the great Season of Advent. In the 1st reading, the Prophet Isaiah sets the tone for the entire season of Advent.
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The Feast of Christ the King(11/23/14)Download (MP3)
Today, our universal Church celebrates Jesus Christ is our Lord and King and to whom our lives are ordered.
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33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time(11/16/14)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, Jesus is teaching us once again in parables about the importance of the spiritual life.
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The Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica(11/9/14)Download (MP3)
Today we celebrate the Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica. The Feast is actually a celebration of Holy Mother Church and the impact it has upon us.
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The Feast of All Souls(11/2/14)Download (MP3)
This Feast helps us to learn about Purgatory and why we need it.
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30th Sunday in Ordinary time(10/26/14)Download (MP3)
Jesus is being tested once again by the Pharisees. However, He gets the best of them while at the same time teaching them that our motivation for practicing our faith should be rooted in love for God.
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29th Sunday in Ordinary time(10/19/14)Download (MP3)
Today, we have that complex message from Christ, "Give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar but give to God what belongs to God." This teaching is important to apply in our lives.
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28th Sunday in Ordinary time(10/12/14)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel for today, Jesus give us another parable that helps us understand salvation history both in the present and past.
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26th Sunday in Ordinary time(9/28/14)Download (MP3)
The second reading from St. Paul's Letter to the Phillipians is considered one of his most profound pieces of evangelization.
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25th Sunday in Ordinary time(9/21/14)Download (MP3)
Today we hear the parable of the landowner. At first, we feel a sense of injustice but what we learn is how God operates.
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Feast of the Exultation of the Cross(9/14/14)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates the Feast of the Exultation of the Cross, and we learn just what that means for us.
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23rd Sunday in Ordinary time(9/8/14)Download (MP3)
All three Scripture readings speak to us about loving one another. But what does that really mean for us?
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22nd Sunday in Ordinary time(8/31/14)Download (MP3)
Today, all 3 Scripture readings remind us of our 3 Baptismal roles we must live out every day. At times, we live them out in the shadow of the cross.
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21st Sunday in Ordinary time(8/24/14)Download (MP3)
In today's Gospel, Peter makes the great confession and knows Jesus' true identity. God reveals Himself in many was throughout our life. We need to remain open to that revelation.
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20th Sunday in Ordinary time(8/17/14)Download (MP3)
The Gospel is the classic story of Jesus' encounter with the Canaanite woman and their dialogue that teaches us what real faith looks like.
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19th Sunday in Ordinary time(8/10/14)Download (MP3)
Today in the Gospel we hear the story of Jesus walking on water. However, the central figure of the story is Peter.
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18th Sunday in Ordinary time(8/3/14)Download (MP3)
Today in the Gospel we hear the classic story of the multiplication of the loaves. This story is about us and our Mass.
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17th Sunday in Ordinary time(7/27/14)Download (MP3)
Jesus concludes teaching on the Kingdom of Heaven and teaches us just how valuable it is for us.
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16th Sunday in Ordinary time(7/20/14)Download (MP3)
Jesus teaches us again about the Kingdom of God with parables. This week is the parable of the wheat and the weeds which explains the presence of evil in the world.
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15th Sunday in Ordinary time(7/13/14)Download (MP3)
Today, Jesus teaches us about the Kingdom of God through the parable of the Sower and the seed.
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The Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul(6/29/14)Download (MP3)
Today our Church Celebrates her 2 greatest Saints
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The Feast of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ(6/22/14)Download (MP3)
Today our Church around the world celebrates the greatest gift that God could ever give us other than His only Son.
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The Feast of the Holy Trinity(6/15/14)Download (MP3)
Today our Church celebrates the great feast of the Holy Trinity, a celebration of God and how all 3 Persons reveal themselves to us.
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The Feast of Pentecost(6/8/14)Download (MP3)
Today our Church celebrates its birth. But, Pentecost should be something we live out everyday of our life.
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The Feast of the Ascension of Jesus Christ(6/1/14)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates the Feast of the Ascension of Jesus Christ into Heaven. The first reading form Acts of the Apostles is a wonderful synopsis of this account.
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6th Sunday of Easter 2014(5/25/14)Download (MP3)
This weekend's Readings all speak to us about the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.
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5th Sunday of Easter 2014(5/18/14)Download (MP3)
Ever wanted to know what Heaven is like? The Gospel tell us this week.
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4th Sunday of Easter 2014(5/11/14)Download (MP3)
The First Reading from Acts of the Apostles gives a great lesson from our early Church.
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3rd Sunday of Easter 2014(5/4/14)Download (MP3)
Today, we hear the story of the Road To Emmaus. This story is great because it has within it interesting characters, suspense, and a surprising end.
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2nd Sunday of Easter 2014(4/27/14)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, St. John gives a great theological masterpiece of God's mercy and how it is critical in our faith lives.
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4th Sunday of Lent 2014(3/30/14)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we hear the story of the man born blind and how Jesus restores his physical sight but also his spiritual sight.
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3rd Sunday of Lent 2014(3/23/14)Download (MP3)
Today's Gospel we have the classic story of the woman at the well. We learn this woman represents all of humanity.
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2nd Sunday of Lent 2014(3/16/14)Download (MP3)
Today we hear the great story of the Transfiguration and realize that this story comes alive to us every time we celebrate our Mass.
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1st Sunday of Lent 2014(3/9/14)Download (MP3)
The first reading and the Gospel help unveil Jesus' mission here in our world.
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8th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2014(3/2/14)Download (MP3)
Today's Gospel challenges to take a hard look at our life. Is Christ truly the Lord of our life or is something or someone else the Lord of our life?
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2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2014(1/19/14)Download (MP3)
Today, we begin to read from the beginning of St. Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians. It's important for us to meditate on this passage for us to grow in a greater appreciation for St. Paul and his message.
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The Feast of the Baptism of Jesus Christ 2014(1/12/14)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates the Baptism of Jesus Christ. We learn just how powerful an event this is as Jesus begins His ministry.
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Epiphany 2014(1/5/14)Download (MP3)
The Early Church Fathers saw in the story of the journey of the Magi, the story of our own personal spiritual journey.
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Feast of The Holy Family 2013(12/29/13)Download (MP3)
Today our Church celebrates the Holy Family and recognizes that they are what all our families aspire to in our lives.
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The Feast of Christ our King 2013(11/24/13)Download (MP3)
St. Paul tells us in the second reading that Christ is the Lord of our life and why our lives should be ordered to Christ.
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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(11/17/13)Download (MP3)
Jesus teaches that when we share in a life with him we may feel at times birth pangs from our discipleship to Christ.
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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(11/10/13)Download (MP3)
The Scriptures speak to us about what lies at the heart of our faith - the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and our participation in it.
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31st Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(11/3/13)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we hear the classic story of Zacchaeus. This story tells us some important aspects of the spiritual life.
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30th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(10/27/13)Download (MP3)
Sometimes religion can be used as a weapon to make people morally superior over others. In the Gospel, Jesus sets out to break this weapon.
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29th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(10/20/13)Download (MP3)
The Scripture readings for this weekend teach us that all of Sacred Scripture must be read through the lens of Jesus Christ.
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28th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(10/13/13)Download (MP3)
In the second reading, St. Paul tells us about the true power of Christ working in and through the world and us.
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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(9/29/13)Download (MP3)
Jesus and Amos remind us of our responsibility to aid the poor, neglected and marginalized in the world.
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25th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(9/22/13)Download (MP3)
The parable of the unjust steward gives us some important lessons in the spiritual life: stay awake, honestly assess our condition, and to act decisively.
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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(9/15/13)Download (MP3)
The 2nd reading for this weekend speaks volumes about the power of God's grace.
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22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(9/1/13)Download (MP3)
The Scriptures this weekend warn us about the danger of pride, honor, and ambition.
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21st Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(8/25/13)Download (MP3)
Jesus is asked the question, "Lord how many are going to be saved?" The answer Jesus gives should give us great joy and peace.
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20th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(8/18/13)Download (MP3)
The Gospel for this weekend could be perceived as harsh and fearful. But in reality, it should be something we embrace with great joy.
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18th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(8/04/13)Download (MP3)
In the first reading, King Solomon gives us a valuable piece of advice about the spiritual life.
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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(7/28/13)Download (MP3)
The Scriptures for this weekend speak to us about prayer. Our early Church Fathers saw 4 Principles that make our prayer effective.
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16th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(7/21/13)Download (MP3)
St. Augustine once said, "Love God, then do whatever you want to." In the Scriptures, we find Abraham and Mary following that advice.
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15th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(7/14/13)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we hear about the parable of the Good Samaritan. The Early Church Father's saw in this parable the story of the Fall from Grace and God's Redemption for us all.
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14th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(7/7/13)Download (MP3)
Jesus sends the 72 Disciples out on Mission. This story reminds us that our Church is a missionary Church.
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13th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(6/30/13)Download (MP3)
All 3 Scripture readings for this weekend speak to us about Biblical Freedom.
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12th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(6/23/13)Download (MP3)
Peter comes the know the true identity of Jesus through the inspiration of the Father through the power of the Holy Spirit. Despite our media's influence, we can rest assured that all our doctirne and dogma is also inspired by the power of the Holy Spirit.
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11th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(6/16/13)Download (MP3)
In the Scriptures today we hear about the effects of sin in our life as well as God's anger and wrath regarding our sins.
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10th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(6/9/13)Download (MP3)
Today, we take the opportunity to look at St. Paul. His life, apostleship, and message.
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The Feast of the Holy Body and Blood of Christ 2013(6/2/13)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church around the world celebrates the greatest gift God gave us after His Son ascended into Heaven, The Body and Blood of Christ. Within it, it contains what we need for life in this world and the world to come.
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Feast of the Holy Trinity 2013(5/26/13)Download (MP3)
Our Church celebrates the Holy Trinity: 1 God and Three Persons of God. Today, and everyday the Holy Trinity reveals itself to us.
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Pentecost Sunday 2013(5/19/13)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the birthday of our Church. Jesus gives the Apostles the Divine breath of life and suddenly our Church comes to life and continues to flourish throughout the centuries.
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The Ascension of our Lord into Heaven(5/12/13)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church celebrates the Ascension of Jesus into Heaven and what this means for us all.
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6th Sunday of Easter 2013(5/5/13)Download (MP3)
The Gospel reminds us about how we find life in the presence of the Divine dwelling within us.
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5th Sunday of Easter 2013(4/28/13)Download (MP3)
Over the past 5 weeks in the Season of Easter, we have been reading from the Book of Revelation. I would like to focus our attention on it this week.
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4th Sunday of Easter 2013(4/21/13)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, Jesus embodies the image of the Good Shepherd. He also gives us some qualities that makes the Shepherd good.
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3rd Sunday of Easter 2013(4/14/13)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel we see Jesus take Peter through a process of reconciliation before he can go on mission.
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2nd Sunday of Easter 2013(4/7/13)Download (MP3)
Today in the Gospel we have 2 strories that reveal the Risen Christ in different ways.
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5th Sunday of Lent 2013(3/17/13)Download (MP3)
There is a common theme woven through the scriptures this weekend and that is "Every saint had a past, and every sinner has a future."
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4th Sunday of Lent 2013(3/10/13)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel this weekend, we have the greatest parable that Jesus ever told, the story of the Prodigal Son. Why the greatest? Because it tells us everything we need to know about the spiritual life.
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3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(1/27/13)Download (MP3)
The first reading from the Book of Nehemiah sends us a powerful spiritual warning.
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1st Sunday of Lent 2013(2/17/13)Download (MP3)
As we begin the first week of Lent, we are given that classic story of Jesus battling the devil in the desert. This great story helps us to grow spiritualy during Lent.
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5th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(2/10/13)Download (MP3)
All 3 Scripture readings sync up and teach us how God breaks into our life to call us into ministry.
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4th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(2/3/13)Download (MP3)
In the Scriputre readings for this weekend, we hear the start of 2 prophetic careers.
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2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013(1/20/13)Download (MP3)
Both Isaiah and Jesus give us the image of what faith looks like; it looks like the level of relationship and intimacy that best mirrors that between husband and wife.
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The Feast of the Baptism of Jesus 2013(1/13/13)Download (MP3)
In the first few years of our Church, this event was probably the most embarassing and unexplainable event for our Early Church.
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The Feast of the Epiphany 2013(1/6/13)Download (MP3)
The Early Church Fathers saw the Journey of the Magi best mirrors our own Spiritual Journey to Jesus Christ.
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The Feast of the Holy Family 2012(12/30/12)Download (MP3)
The Holy Family is the great model for all of our families to follow as we are called to create the Domestic Church in our families.
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The Third Sunday of Advent 2012(12/23/12)Download (MP3)
All 3 of the scripture readings speak to us about rejoicing in the Lord. In the Gospel, we see people acting with a great sense of rejoice in their faith.
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The Second Sunday of Advent 2012(12/9/12)Download (MP3)
The Prophet Baruch and John the Baptist give us a message of hope and righteousness to a people exhiled by sin.
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The First Sunday of Advent 2012(12/2/12)Download (MP3)
Today we begin the great Season of Advent. Advent is a time of waiting in order to be properly prepared to celebrate the birth of Christ.
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Feast of Christ the King(11/25/12)Download (MP3)
Today, our Church around the world celebrates that our lives are ordered to The Lord of our life - Jesus Christ.
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The 33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time(11/18/12)Download (MP3)
Jesus uses apocalyptic language to describe how His death and resurrection will change the world.
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The 32nd Sunday of Ordinary Time(11/11/12)Download (MP3)
St. Vincent de Paul once said, "Whatever you do think not of yourself, but think of God." This statement speaks volumes about our readings for this weekend.
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The 31st Sunday of Ordinary Time(11/4/12)Download (MP3)
Jesus answers the question of the greatest commandment by reciting the Shema Prayer. This is a prayer we must all adopt.
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The 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time(10/28/12)Download (MP3)
The story of Bartimaeus is not necessarily a story of healing as it is a story of conversion.
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The 29th Sunday of Ordinary Time(10/21/12)Download (MP3)
The Gospel speaks of part of discipleship is entering into the sufferings of others to bear their burdens.
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The 28th Sunday of Ordinary Time(10/14/12)Download (MP3)
The Gospel passage was one of Pope John Paul II favorite because it speaks at great length about the spiritual tradition of detachment.
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The 27th Sunday of Ordinary Time(10/7/12)Download (MP3)
Today, the Scriptures speak to us about the importance of marriage.
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The 26th Sunday of Ordinary Time(9/30/12)Download (MP3)
Jesus uses hard language in the Gospel. However, He must because He is teaching about the effects of sin and the radical response that is required of us to extricate it from our spiritual life.
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The 25th Sunday of Ordinary Time(9/23/12)Download (MP3)
The Gospel for this weekend teaches us that if we truly want to follow after Christ, we must be "social nobodies."
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The 24th Sunday of Ordinary Time(9/16/12)Download (MP3)
The Gospel for this weekend paints the portrait of Discipleship.
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The 23rd Sunday of Ordinary Time(9/9/12)Download (MP3)
Throughout Sacred Scripture, we hear of God's saving power. In the readings for today, we hear of that power on display in 2 different ways.
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The 22nd Sunday of Ordinary Time(9/2/12)Download (MP3)
All 3 of the readings teach us that God's Laws are a gift that help shape us to be the people God created us to be.
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The 21st Sunday of Ordinary Time(8/26/12)Download (MP3)
Winston Churchill once said, "Every call in life is great, provided that it is greatly pursued."
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The 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time(8/19/12)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we hear the culmination ot the Bread of Life Discourses. However, this Gospel passage is probably the most shocking of all of Sacred Scripture.
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The 18th Sunday of Ordinary Time(8/5/12)Download (MP3)
All 3 Scriptures readings talk about the different aspects of faith: The danger of not practicing it, what is essential - the Eucharist, and the motivation to practice it everyday of our lives.
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The 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time(7/29/12)Download (MP3)
The story of the miracle of Jesus feeding the 5,000 is a beautiful portrait of our Mass.
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The 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time(7/22/12)Download (MP3)
The Prohet Jeremiah and Jesus Christ gently remind us that our Lord is our eternal Shepherd that gathers, leads, and feeds us.
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The 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time(7/15/12)Download (MP3)
All 3 Scripture readings talk about God calling us all to be prophets.
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The 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time(7/8/12)Download (MP3)
In the second reading from St. Paul's letter to the Corinthians, Paul gives us a great lesson about suffering.
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The 13th Sunday of Ordinary Time(7/1/12)Download (MP3)
In the Scriputres for this weekend our Lord shows us how powerful touch can be to heal and strengthen us.
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The Feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist(6/24/12)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the birth of John the Baptist. The Canticle of Zacheriah sums up this great feast.
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The Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ(6/10/12)Download (MP3)
In this Feast, we recognize the communion of life we have with God.
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The Feast of Trinity Sunday(6/3/12)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the great Feast of the Holy Trinity, which a celebration of God.
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The Feast of Pentecost(5/27/12)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the birthday of our Church. But, Pentecost should be something we live out every day of our lives.
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Ascension of Christ(5/20/12)Download (MP3)
In this celebration, all of our hopes and dreams have now become a reality through Jesus Christ's ascension into Heaven.
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6th Sunday of Easter(5/13/12)Download (MP3)
Jesus tells us that in order to remain in His love we must keep the Commandments.
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5th Sunday of Easter(5/6/12)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, Jesus tells us what we need to do to have eternal life.
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4th Sunday of Easter(4/29/12)Download (MP3)
In today's gospel, Jesus gives us the wonderful image that he truly is the Good Shepherd.
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3rd Sunday of Easter(4/22/12)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we see first hand the primacy of God's grace.
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Divine Mercy Sunday(4/15/12)Download (MP3)
Today we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday and the Gospel Passage is very appropriate for this celebration.
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Easter Sunday(4/8/12)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the Ressurection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Everything in our faith revolves around this great event.
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Palm Sunday(4/1/12)Download (MP3)
Today, we read the Passion of Jesus Christ according to Mark. Mark does a great job of drawing us into the mystery of the Passion of Christ.
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5th Sunday of Lent(3/25/12)Download (MP3)
If there is one Scripture passage we should have memorized, it's from the First Reading Jeremiah 31:33. Today's homily will explain why.
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4th Sunday of Lent(3/18/12)Download (MP3)
The first reading from Chronicles is a great reminder for us of God's judgment.
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3rd Sunday of Lent(3/11/12)Download (MP3)
The challenge of this weekend's Gospel passage is to allow Jesus to cleanse our heart, mind and soul like He did with the Temple.
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2nd Sunday of Lent(3/4/12)Download (MP3)
In the first reading, we hear of the classic story of Abraham and Isaac. It so closely mirrors the story of God the Father and God the Son.
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1st Sunday of Lent(2/26/12)Download (MP3)
Our Church celebrates the first Sunday of Lent with the great story of Noah and the Ark.
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6th Sunday in Ordinary Time(2/12/12)Download (MP3)
Jesus cleanses the leper in the Gospel, so too with us. Consequently, we can precisely do what St. Paul tells us in the second reading.
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5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (2/5/12)Download (MP3)
Why does God allow suffering to occur in this world? The Scriptures for this weekend have the answer.
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4th Sunday in Ordinary Time(1/29/12)Download (MP3)
Both the 1st reading and the Gospel describe Christ's authortitative voice. Allow that voice to resonate within you always.
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3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(1/22/12)Download (MP3)
The Book of the Prophet Jonah is a great story of conversion in the spiritual life.
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2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(1/15/12)Download (MP3)
In the first reading, we hear the great story of the call of Samuel by God. This is a great lesson for us to discern God calling us.
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Epiphany of our Lord(1/8/12)Download (MP3)
Scholars argue that the journey of the Magi best mirrors our own spiritual journey seeking Christ in our life.
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Mary, Mother of God(1/1/12)Download (MP3)
Today we celebrate the Holy Day of Mary the Mother of God. In this celebration, we learn a few nice lessons in the spiritual life.
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4th Sunday of Advent(12/18/11)Download (MP3)
In today's Gospel, Mary prepares us to receive Christ into our life.
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3rd Sunday of Advent(12/11/11)Download (MP3)
Now is the time to rejoice, the Scriptures for this week tell us to as Christians.
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2nd Sunday of Advent(12/4/11)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we hear the opening of Mark's Gospel. It immediately sets the theme for the entire Gospel.
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1st Sunday of Advent(11/27/11)Download (MP3)
The Prophet Isaiah gives us a great picture of the human condition and why we need a savior.
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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(11/13/11)Download (MP3)
Jesus, once again, gives us a parable that helps us to know and grow in the spiritual life.
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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(11/6/11)Download (MP3)
The Scripture readings this weekend talk to us about the end times and to prepare for it.
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31st Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/30/11)Download (MP3)
The Gospel gives us some comfort in the midst of the current Church scandal as well as some good lessons in the moral life.
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29th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/16/11)Download (MP3)
Jesus anwsers a question by saying "Give to Ceasar what belongs to Ceasar and give to God what belongs to God." It's great practical advice for us all in the spiritual life.
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28th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/9/11)Download (MP3)
Today's Gospel tells us that the Kingdom of God is like a wedding feast. We celebrate this feast every time we go to Mass.
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27th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/2/11)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we here the parable of the landowner and the vineyard. This great parable is the story about God and us.
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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/25/11)Download (MP3)
In the second reading, we find one of the greatest proclamations of our faith by St. Paul.
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25th Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/18/11)Download (MP3)
Jesus and Isaiah remind us that God's ways are not our ways.
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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/11/11)Download (MP3)
By God's Providence do the readings this Sunday talk about forgiveness. These readings become a source of healing for us as we, as a nation, remember what happened on this day 10 years ago.
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23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/4/11)Download (MP3)
Jesus and the Prophet Ezekiel teach us about the importance of practicing Fraternal Correction.
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22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/28/11)Download (MP3)
All 3 Scripture readings remind us of our Baptismal roles as Priest Prophet and King.
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21st Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/21/11)Download (MP3)
Peter receives the inspiration of the Holy Spirit from the Father in order to confess the identity of Christ. Only by surredering ourselves to God like Peter, can we come to know Christ ourselves.
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20th Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/14/11)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel for this weekend, the Caananite woman shows us a powerful lesson in the spiritual life.
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19th Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/7/11)Download (MP3)
The Gospel story is about Jesus walking on water. However, it is Peter who teaches us some valuable lessons in the Spiritual Life.
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18th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/31/11)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we hear the classic story of Jesus feeding the five thousand and the important lesson to learn from it.
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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/24/11)Download (MP3)
In the first reading, King Solomon is asked a great question by our Lord. What would our response be if we were asked the same question by God?
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15th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/10/11)Download (MP3)
Today, we hear the classic Parable of the Sower and the Seed.
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14th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/3/11)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, Jesus reveals his deepest identity in the Holy Trinity.
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The Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ(6/26/11)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the greatest gift that God could give us other than His only Son.
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The Most Holy Trinity(6/19/11)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the Holy Trinity and are reminded how we are drawn into the community of love between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
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The Feast of Pentecost(6/12/11)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the birthday of our Church through the reception of the Holy Spirit.
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Ascension of Jesus Christ(6/5/11)Download (MP3)
Today our Church around the world celebrates the Ascension of Jesus Christ. It is a celebration for Christ and for us.
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5th Sunday of Easter 2011(5/22/11)Download (MP3)
In this weekend's Gospel passage. Jesus teaches us what Heaven is for us.
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4th Sunday of Easter 2011(5/15/11)Download (MP3)
In the first reading from the Acts of the Apostles, St. Peter gives us an inspiring message to recognize that Christ truly is the Lord of our life.
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3rd Sunday of Easter 2011(5/08/11)Download (MP3)
Today, we hear the greatest story told in the Gospel of St. Luke, the Road to Emmaus. This is a story that so carefully resembes our Mass.
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Divine Mercy Sunday 2011(5/01/11)Download (MP3)
In today's Gospel, Jesus gives us a valuable spiritual lesson based upon St. Thomas.
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Easter Sunday 2011(4/24/11)Download (MP3)
Today we celebrate the event that ushered in a new cycle of God's creation.
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5th Sunday of Lent(4/10/11)Download (MP3)
Today's Gospel is the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead. From the very beginning of the Gospel, we are drawn into the story and can identify with the characters of the story.
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4th Sunday of Lent(4/3/11)Download (MP3)
The Gospel gives us the story of the man born blind. The implication here, is that we can all identify with him and how Jesus comes and heals us.
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3rd Sunday of Lent(3/27/11)Download (MP3)
The Gospel story is powerful, the story of the woman at the well. This woman represents all of humanity receiving from Christ an invitation to His grace and participation in His Divine Life.
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2nd Sunday of Lent(3/20/11)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel we hear of the great story of the Transfiguation of Jesus. This is a story that so closely mirrors our Mass.
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1st Sunday of Lent(3/13/11)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, Jesus teaches us how to face temptations and to do battle with the forces that try and draw us away from God.

9th Sunday of Ordinary Time(3/6/11)Download (MP3)
In this weekend's Gospel, Jesus gives us that classic image of the house built on rock and the house built on sand and the consequences of each. The hard question we have to ask ourself is, "What is the foundation that our house is built upon?"

8th Sunday of Ordinary Time(2/27/11)Download (MP3)
Jesus Christ continues to challenge us in the gospel. The question we must ask ourselves, "Can I be a slave, a slave to Jesus Christ?"

7th Sunday of Ordinary Time(2/20/11)Download (MP3)
Today's Gospel passage is probably one of the most difficult for us to hear: Love your enemies. Yet, it is something that we can accomplish and something beneficial to our spiritual life.

6th Sunday of Ordinary Time(2/13/11)Download (MP3)
The gospel gives us part 3 of Jesus Christ's teaching from His sermon on the Mount. This week Jesus teaches us how radical sin is for us.

5th Sunday of Ordinary Time(2/6/11)Download (MP3)
This weekend's Gospel is Part II of Jesus' vision of the Christian life.

4th Sunday of Ordinary Time(1/30/11)Download (MP3)
The Gospel for this weekend is Jesus' Sermon on the Mount. This great story lays out the blueprint of Christianity as well as the portrait of Christ Himself.

3rd Sunday of Ordinary Time(1/23/11)Download (MP3)
Jesus makes His first public appearance in the gospel, and He does it in a very convincing way.

2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time(1/16/11)Download (MP3)
Today, we learn about St. Paul and how he, after Jesus Christ, is the most influential person in Christianity.

The Feast of the Epiphany(1/2/11)Download (MP3)
The Magi help us distinguish authentic Catholic Spirituality vs. the popular pop-culture spirituality.

Holy Family(12/26/10)Download (MP3)
Today we celebrate the Feast of the Holy family which is a gift and model for all of our families to imitate every day of our lives.

4th Sunday of Advent(12/19/10)Download (MP3)
Today, the Gospel gives us the account of Jesus Christ’s birth according to Matthew. One thing it teaches us – to dream Big, to pray Big.

3rd Sunday of Advent(12/12/10)Download (MP3)
In the second reading, St. James issues us a challenge we cannot ignore or deny during this Advent Season: “Be patient, for the coming of the Lord.”

2nd Sunday of Advent(12/5/10)Download (MP3)
Jesus tells us the Son of Man’s coming will be likened to the flood of Noah. It has to be in order to sweep away those obstacles that prevent us from growing in our love for Christ.

1st Sunday of Advent(11/28/10)Download (MP3)
Jesus tells us the Son of Man’s coming will be likened to the flood of Noah. It has to be in order to sweep away those obstacles that prevent us from growing in our love for Christ.

The Feast of Christ the King(11/21/10)Download (MP3)
Today our Church celebrates what Christians throughout the centuries have proclaimed, “Jesus Domine”

33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time(11/14/10)Download (MP3)
The scriptures for this weekend appear to address the end times. But, instead, they address something that Christians and the Church have known for centuries.

32nd Sunday of Ordinary Time(11/7/10)Download (MP3)
The readings for this weekend remind us about the importance of Jesus’ resurrection in our lives.

31st Sunday of Ordinary Time(10/31/10)Download (MP3)
The Gospel for this weekend gives us a great picture of what the spiritual life looks like.

Cherish the Life God has given us(10/31/10)Download (MP3)
The first weekends readings reminds us of the precious gift of life God has given us.

30th Sunday of Ordinary Time(10/24/10)Download (MP3)
All three Scripture readings speak to us about the proper attitude we must have when we pray.

29th Sunday of Ordinary Time(10/17/10)Download (MP3)
In the 1st reading, we hear about the Israelites at battle. This story is an icon of the spiritual warfare that we must battle in our lives.

28th Sunday of Ordinary Time(10/10/10)Download (MP3)
In St. Paul’s Second Letter to Timothy, we hear a wealth of spiritual and theological direction that can help us in our own lives.

27th Sunday of Ordinary Time(10/3/10)Download (MP3)
All three readings talk to us about how important our faith is especially during the most difficult struggles in life.

26th Sunday of Ordinary Time(9/26/10)Download (MP3)
Jesus and the Prophet Amos remind us of our responsibilities to care for the poor, needy, and down trodden of our world.

25th Sunday of Ordinary Time(9/19/10)Download (MP3)
The parable of the Unjust Steward teaches us some simple lessons for our spiritual lives.

23rd Sunday of Ordinary Time(9/5/10)Download (MP3)
The Gospel for this week tells us to “hate our mother and father” in order to be a disciple. Is that really true?

22nd Sunday of Ordinary Time(8/29/10)Download (MP3)
Both Jesus and Sirach, the prophet, remind us just how important humility is for us all in the spiritual life.

The Assumption of Mary(8/15/10)Download (MP3)
Today we celebrate the Holy Assumption of Mary into Heaven.

19th Sunday of Ordinary Time(8/8/10)Download (MP3)
The Second Reading from the Letter to the Hebrews gives us great knowledge about faith.

18th Sunday of Ordinary Time(8/1/10)Download (MP3)
In the first reading we hear the classic Scripture passage from Ecclesiastes. Therefore, it begs the question: Is all of life in vain?

16th Sunday of Ordinary Time(7/18/10)Download (MP3)
Abraham and Mary teach us our proper reaction to the presence of God breaking into our lives.

14th Sunday of Ordinary Time(7/4/10)Download (MP3)
This weekend’s gospel paints a beautiful picture of our Church.

12th Sunday of Ordinary Time(6/20/10)Download (MP3)
Today’s Gospel teaches us how Jesus’ mission flows from His identity.

11th Sunday of Ordinary Time(6/13/10)Download (MP3)
The first reading as well as the gospel teach that the wrath of God is good for us all.

The Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ(6/6/10)Download (MP3)
In the second reading, St. Paul teaches us about the importance of the Eucharist.

The Feast of the Holy Trinity(5/30/10)Download (MP3)
The Holy Trinity is a mystery that is continually revealing itself to us in many different ways.

Pentecost Sunday(5/23/10)Download (MP3)
The Holy Spirit endowed the apostles with gifts from God. We too have such gifts and must use them for the edification of the Church.

The Ascension of Jesus Christ(5/16/10)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate Jesus ascending back into heaven; our hopes and dreams have now become a reality.

6th Sunday of Easter(5/9/10)Download (MP3)
On the night before Jesus’ death, He gives the apostles a teaching that is crucial to their and our spiritual life.

5th Sunday of Easter(5/2/10)Download (MP3)
The book of Revelation is the book that unlocks the mystery of God.

4th Sunday of Easter(4/25/10)Download (MP3)
Today we learn about some qualities that make Jesus our Good Shepherd.

Divine Mercy Sunday(4/11/10)Download (MP3)
Today our church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday. The apostles as well as Mother Theresa teach us how to be conduits of God’s mercy in this world.

Easter Sunday(4/4/10)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ which altered the world forever.

Palm Sunday(3/28/10)Download (MP3)
As we read the Passion of Christ, we see different types of sin surrounding Jesus for the express purpose of destroying Him.

5th Sunday of Lent(3/21/10)Download (MP3)
All three Scripture readings tell us to live for the future, because it is in the future where our hope lies, the hope of our salvation.

4th Sunday of Lent(3/14/10)Download (MP3)
The Story of the Prodigal Son teaches us everything we need to know about the spiritual life.

3rd Sunday of Lent(3/7/10)Download (MP3)
The scriptures teach us how God moves us into the center.

2nd Sunday of Lent(2/28/10)Download (MP3)
Abraham teaches us that faith lies at the heart of our identity as followers of Jesus Christ.

1st Sunday of Lent(2/21/10)Download (MP3)
Lent is a time for us to follow Christ into the desert and battle temptation.

6th Sunday in Ordinary Time(2/14/10)Download (MP3)
In today’s Gospel, Jesus lays out His vision of Christianity.

5th Sunday in Ordinary Time(2/7/10)Download (MP3)
All 3 readings describe how God breaks into our lives and works to prepare us for mission.

4th Sunday in Ordinary Time(1/31/10)Download (MP3)
All 3 Scripture readings speak to us about our Baptismal role of being a Prophet.

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(1/24/10)Download (MP3)
Nehemiah in the first reading sends us a powerful warning that we must all listen to and understand.

2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(1/17/10)Download (MP3)
The Prophet Isaiah and Jesus give a picture of what faith looks like – it closely mirrors the relationship of husband and wife.

The Baptism of Jesus(1/10/10)Download (MP3)
What was first thought to be an incredible embarrassing event, turned out to be a powerful message for us all.

Epiphany(1/3/10)Download (MP3)
The story of the Magi mirrors our spiritual journey for the presence of Christ in our lives.

Mary Mother of God(1/1/10)Download (MP3)
Today our Church boldly proclaims that Mary truly is our Mother and the Mother of God.

The Feast of the Holy Family(12/27/09)Download (MP3)
The Holy Family is a great icon for all of us to emulate.

4th Sunday of Advent(12/20/09)Download (MP3)
In this weekend’s readings three people give us 3 simple spiritual lessons to help us during the Christmas Season.

3rd Sunday of Advent(12/13/09)Download (MP3)
“What should we do?” is the question the people ask John the Baptist in today’s Gospel. This question is the great Advent question we all need to answer.

2nd Sunday of Advent(12/6/09)Download (MP3)
Sin has exiled us. But the good news from Baruch and John the Baptist is that a time us coming when we will lead home to God.

1st Sunday of Advent(11/29/09)Download (MP3)
As we begin the Season of Advent, we find out that, like figures in Sacred Scripture, we are a waiting people.

The Feast of Christ the King(11/22/09)Download (MP3)
Today we boldly proclaim one of the greatest fist century Christian proclamations of our Church ,”Jesus Curios!”

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(11/15/09)Download (MP3)
Jesus uses apocalyptic language to bring home a very important lesson for us all.

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(11/8/09)Download (MP3)
In the scriptures this weekend, two widows teach us about stewardship.

All Saints Day(11/1/09)Download (MP3)
Today we celebrate our older brothers and sisters who are still great models of faith for us all.
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/25/09)Download (MP3)
The Gospel begins with a blind beggar in Jericho and ends as all conversion story end, with the person walking with Christ on the journey of life.

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/18/09)Download (MP3)
Jesus teaches us 2 characteristics of discipleship. One is to be a good steward of the gifts that God has given to us and freely give them away. Second, to be able to enter into the suffering of another.

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/11/09)Download (MP3)
The story of the rich young man teaches us the great spiritual tradition of detachment: to allow nothing to come between us and our relationship with Christ.

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time(10/4/09)Download (MP3)
The readings for this weekend help us to stop and truly appreciate the great gift of marriage.

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/27/09)Download (MP3)
Sin has a radical effect on our lives. What is required? A radical act on our behalf to eradicate the sin from our lives.

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/20/09)Download (MP3)
Jesus teaches the apostles and us that true discipleship can only be practiced with the virtue of humility. Furthermore, to serve others requires that we identify ourselves with those we are to serve.

24th Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/13/09)Download (MP3)
This weekend’s gospel reveals to us Jesus’ true identity as well as true discipleship.

23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time(9/6/09)Download (MP3)
In the scriptures this weekend, we hear the power of the Word of God on display in 2 different ways.

22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/30/09)Download (MP3)
God’s Laws are an expression of His will. God gives His Laws to us for the express purpose of growing in holiness.

21st Sunday of Ordinary Time(8/23/09)Download (MP3)
St. Benedict once said, “Show me how a person spends their time, and I will show you who or what that person serves.” Our readings for this weekend highlight this Benedictine Rule.

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/9/09)Download (MP3)
Did you ever feel beaten up by life and can’t go on any longer? Jesus and Elijah teach us that God gives us strength and direction in order for us to continue on in life and ultimately reach our final destination.

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time(8/2/09)Download (MP3)
This weekend all 3 Scripture readings blend together to teach us about different aspects of our faith.

17th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/26/09)Download (MP3)
The miracle of the feeding of the 5,000 is in many ways relived every time we come to Mass.

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/19/09)Download (MP3)
The history of Israel and their kings teach us a powerful lesson who truly is our King and Good and Eternal Shepherd.

15th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/12/09)Download (MP3)
God calls and summons the Prophet Amos as well as the apostles into Ministry. We are being called by God to be 21st century prophets for the world.

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time(7/5/09)Download (MP3)
This week’s passage reading from St. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians gives us a great lesson about suffering.

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time(6/28/09)Download (MP3)
Through a simple touch, our lives can dramatically improve for the better.

12th Sunday in Ordinary Time(6/21/09)Download (MP3)
In the midst of the struggles in our life we can find peace, the peace of Christ. It is that peace that gives us the confidence and hope that we will persevere through our challenges.

The Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ(6/14/09)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the communion of life we have with God through the Body and Blood of Christ.

The Holy Trinity(6/7/09)Download (MP3)
The Holy Trinity is the celebration of God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. While, at the same time, this feast reminds us where we are in proximity with God.

Pentecost Sunday(5/31/09)Download (MP3)
God’s Divine breath has the power to bring life to us and our Church.

Ascension of Christ(5/24/09)Download (MP3)
Today our hopes and dreams become a reality in what we celebrate today.

6th Sunday of Easter(5/17/09)Download (MP3)
Christ invites us into the Trinitarian love between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Yet, it requires a way of life based upon following his command to love others.

5th Sunday of Easter(5/10/09)Download (MP3)
It can be, at times, very difficult to “bear much fruit” in our faith lives. But, if we allow Christ to live in us, then we have the power to persevere and overcome any life challenge.

3rd Sunday of Easter(4/26/09)Download (MP3)
One of the greatest threats to Christianity is ignorance. The scriptures for this weekend teach us how to combat this threat.

Divine Mercy Sunday(4/19/09)Download (MP3)
In this great feast, we celebrate God’s overwhelming and infinite mercy that he has for us all.

Easter Sunday(4/12/09)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the greatest event that dramatically changed the world forever.

Palm Sunday(4/5/09)Download (MP3)
As Christ surrendered Himself on the cross, now we have the opportunity to surrender ourselves to Christ and have Him draw us into the mystery of His Passion.

5th Sunday of Lent(3/29/09)Download (MP3)
In the first reading, God makes a radical move and establishes a new covenant unlike any other.

4th Sunday of Lent(3/22/09)Download (MP3)
How do we make sense of what’s going on in this country? The scriptures for this weekend help give us some answers and motivation to persevere.

2nd Sunday of Lent(3/8/09)Download (MP3)
Do you want your life to grow and your faith to be enriched and energized? Then give it all away!

1st Sunday of Lent(3/1/09)Download (MP3)
This season of Lent is a time in which we must get back to the basics of our faith.

7th Sunday in Ordinary Time(2/22/09)Download (MP3)
The scriptures this weekend teach us that we too can be stretcher bearers to bring people to Christ for healing and reconciliation.

5th Sunday in Ordinary Time(2/8/09)Download (MP3)
Why do we suffer? The readings for this weekend as well as Randy Pausch’s book The Last Lecture give us the answer.

4th Sunday in Ordinary Time(2/1/09)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel, we hear Jesus teaching with authority. In doing so, the power of the Word of God is displayed to us through creation, the prophets, and in the Consecration of the bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ.

Conversion of St. Paul(1/25/09)Download (MP3)
St. Augustine once wrote, Love God, then do whatever you want. This theological concept was at the heart of St. Paul’s conversion and ministry as an apostle.

2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time(1/18/09)Download (MP3)
Ever wonder if you are living out God's will? Then listen to this homily.

Baptism of Jesus(1/11/09)Download (MP3)
This feast helps us to appreciate how great baptism was for the mission of Christ and how it continues to be an essential component in our faith lives

Epiphany(1/4/09)Download (MP3)
If you care about the Spiritual Life you must listen to this homily.

Feast of the Holy Family(12/28/08)Download (MP3)
The Holy Family is truly the prototype of every Christian family. It is important for us to establish a Domestic Church within our families in order for our families to also be holy.

4th Sunday of Advent(12/21/08)Download (MP3)
In the Gospel this weekend, we hear of the Annunciation. In this story, Mary teaches us how we are to receive Christ into our life.

3rd Sunday of Advent(12/14/08)Download (MP3)
Isaiah gives us all a reason to rejoice today. Since we participate in the life of Chirst, nothing can defeat us in this world.

2nd Sunday of Advent(12/7/08)Download (MP3)
John the Baptist helps prepare us to welcome Christ into out life. We can’t come to know Jesus until we first come to grips with John’s message.

1st Sunday of Advent(11/30/08)Download (MP3)
Today, we enter into the season of Advent. This is a season that is very synonymous with the 12 step program in which we recognize the need for a savior in our lives.

The Feast of Christ The King(11/23/08)Download (MP3)
On this great feast, we are reminded who really is our King and to whom our lives are ordered. This can be a life changing feast to celebrate.

33rd Week of Ordinary Time(11/16/08)Download (MP3)
It is a basic biblical truth that our spiritual and faith lives will grow by the very measure we invest ourselves in our relationship with God and in serving others.

Dedication of St. John Lateran Basilica(11/9/08)Download (MP3)
This feast helps us to recognize the important role the Universal Church plays in our life, while also reminding us of the temple of the Lord that exists in us.

All Souls(11/2/08)Download (MP3)
Today, we remember all of our faithful departed and recognize how much they still play an important part in our spiritual lives.

30th Week of Ordinary Time(10/26/08)Download (MP3)
Jesus teaches us the 2 greatest commandments. Yet, with the help of St. Catherine of Siena, we are able to apply the 2 commandments in our lives.

29th Week of Ordinary Time(10/19/08)Download (MP3)
We are citizens of two cities, the city of the world and the city of God. Yet, Christ teaches us how we can live harmoniously in both.

28th Week of Ordinary Time(10/12/08)Download (MP3)
God is always offering us the invitation of His life and love. How well do we respond to it?

27th Week of Ordinary Time(10/5/08)Download (MP3)
Jesus teaches us using the classic parable of the wicked tenants. Yet, this parable teaches us that God wants to obtain from us our produce. What is it? Why is God so persistent in obtaining it?

26th Week of Ordinary Time(9/28/08)Download (MP3)
The 2nd reading for this weekend's readings is a wonderful summary of God's Plan of Salvation. Yet, through the help of St. Francis this scripture passage can also be thought of in terms of God's Descending Love in this world.

25th Week of Ordinary Time(9/21/08)Download (MP3)
We may see injustice in our lives or in the world. But, what we must understand is God's ways are not our ways. Therefore, it requires trust on our part.

Triumph of The Cross(9/14/08)Download (MP3)
The Triumph of the Cross is a feast in which we celebrate Jesus taking an instrument of pain and death and reversing it into an instrument of redemption for the world.

23rd Week of Ordinary Time(9/7/08)Download (MP3)
The scriptures speak to us about our responsibility of fraternal correction. Even though it may seem challenging for us, yet when done out of love for another, as St. Paul teaches us, we can do it for others

22nd Week of Ordinary Time(8/31/08)Download (MP3)
The readings for this weekend are uniquely aligned in such a way that they remind us of the three roles we promised, at the time of our Baptism, to live out.  The roles of Priest, Prophet, and King.

21st Week of Ordinary Time(8/24/08)Download (MP3)
Peter proclaims to Jesus, "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God."  We too can make that proclamation because through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit given to us by God the Father we see the true presence of Christ in our lives.

20th Week of Ordinary Time(8/17/08)Download (MP3)
Christ teaches us that an important characteristic of faith is perseverance. If we persevere, Christ will say to us as He did to the Canaanite women, "Great is your faith."

19th Week of Ordinary Time(8/10/08)Download (MP3)
Peter is able to walk on water because he has the power of Christ within him.  We too, with the power of Christ in our lives, can walk on the "chaos" of our lives and overcome it.

18th Week of Ordinary Time(8/03/08)Download (MP3)
God's love feeds us spiritually as well as physically. St. Paul tells us that because of God's love we can overwhelmingly overcome any obstacle in life.

17th Week of Ordinary Time(7/27/08)Download (MP3)
Jesus speaks to us in parables about the Kingdom of God.  Yet, the Kingdom of God comes at a high price.  Are we prepared to pay the price?

16th Week of Ordinary Time(7/20/08)Download (MP3)
Christ teaches us why good and evil exist so closely in our world, and Abraham Lincoln is a great example of good overcoming evil.

15th Week in Ordinary Time(7/13/08) Download (MP3)
Jesus and Isaiah teach us about the power of the Word of God in our lives.  Therefore, we must be properly prepared to receive it.

14th Week in Ordinary Time(7/06/08)Download (MP3)
Life Long Faith Formation rests at the center of the spiritual life.  Therefore, it is vital for us to apply it in our lives.

Saints Peter and Paul (6/29/08) Download (MP3)
This weekend we celebrate the two greatest saints our church has ever produced and they teach us a very power lesson in the spiritual life.

12th Week in Ordinary Time(6/22/08) Download (MP3)
The readings for this weekend speak to us about fear.  Jesus teaches us that fear can be a powerful motivating force in our life.

11th Week in Ordinary Time(6/15/08) Download (MP3)
Jesus summons his 12 apostles and sends them out.  We are now tasked with carrying out that same apostolic mission in our day.

10th Week in Ordinary Time(6/8/08) Download (MP3)
In the gospel, we hear the story of the call of Matthew.  The heart of the spiritual life is ChristÂ’s call to us to enter into a deeper relationship with Him.

9th Week of Ordinary Time(6/1/08)Download (MP3)
In the readings this weekend, Christ teaches us that our house, our soul, must rest upon a firm foundation.  The materials we are to use to construct the foundation should be a daily prayer life, active sacramental life, and works of service.

The Body and Blood of Christ(5/25/08) Download (MP3)
We recognize the Body and Blood of Christ is the greatest gift God could ever give us other than His only Son and it has a powerfully transformative effect upon us.

The Most Holy Trinity(5/18/08) Download (MP3)
The mystery of the Holy Trinity is revealed to us in the Scriptures this weekend.  One way we can understand this beautiful mystery is looking at the roles each Person of the Trinity plays in salvation history and in our life.

Pentecost Sunday(5/11/08) Download (MP3)
We celebrate the great event of the Holy Spirit giving life to our Church.  Yet, everyday of our lives should be Pentecost in which we are swept up by the Holy Spirit and are now doing and saying things we never thought possible.

The Ascension of The Lord(5/4/08) Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the event in which Jesus pioneers a pathway for all of us to take one day.  This is as much a celebration for Jesus as it is for us!

6th Week of Easter Sunday(4/27/08) Download (MP3)
We are all given Divine gifts from God to be used for the benefit of others.  How do you find out what are your gifts are?  And how to share them with others?

5th Week of Easter Sunday(4/20/08) Download (MP3)
What is Heaven Like?  Jesus tells us in the Gospel for this weekend.

4th Week of Easter Sunday(4/13/08) Download (MP3)
In the Scriptures this weekend, we have the treat of hearing the first Christian homily proclaimed by St. Peter.

3rd Week of Easter Sunday(4/6/08) Download (MP3)
Today, we hear the classic story of the Road to Emmaus which in essence is our Mass.  Each time we celebrate Mass we walk the Road to Emmaus with Christ.

Divine Mercy Sunday(3/30/08)Download (MP3)
Today, we celebrate the overwhelming mercy God has for us. Yet, that mercy can best be seen through the lens of Jesus' death and resurrection

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