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Humanae Vitae – Part 4; Kathy Rivet

Baptism and more

Our Quest for Happiness – On the sacrament of Baptism; Hamon’s Meditations – How Temptations can be Changed to Good.; Devotion to Mary Defended; Our Quest for Happiness – On Universal Detachment; Hamon’s Meditations – The Transfiguration of Christ.

Marriage, Part 4

The Life of St. Brigid

“Dry”

Suzie Andres, Part 1

Does it bother you when someone walks into the pew for Sunday Mass, but doesn’t genuflect? Did you know that when you see the red light or lit candle near the Tabernacle, that Jesus is present inside that holy compartment? If you don’t feel good after the Sacrament of Reconciliation, does it mean you didn’t […]

St. Giana's Place Banquet, interview with Betty Brouder

We began Lent last year, and a few weeks into Lent last year churches began to close. It seemed like the whole world began to close; to shut down. Many of you were not able to enter into Lent, that is, enter into Lent going to Mass, and then for that journey toward Easter where we celebrate the Easter joy of the Resurrection.

So, for many people, Lent has become perpetual. We have not had that break where we celebrate Easter together. Easter was celebrated, Holy Week, Easter, the Octave, and the weeks going forward, at home for many people. And still, for many people, in some places they are still locked down, throughout the world. That is sad in many places. It is sad for the Mystical Body of Christ to be somehow separated from the celebration of the Sacraments.

For those of you who may be at home still and not celebrating mass in your churches, your parishes, you are united with us at this altar. And it may be an encouragement to you to go to Mass. Maybe you’re finding yourself a little afraid to go back. We are praying for you that you make that decision. I can guarantee you that most churches are spotless just like our church and clean just like our church. So come back to Mass. Receive the Sacraments.

Quote from Father John Paul Mary’s homily for the First Sunday of Lent

Father Linus Clovis: two by two

(The Gospel According to Saint Luke, 10:1-9) Our Blessed Lord came into the world to save sinners. He came not only for the children of Abraham but also for the whole human race; Jew as well as Gentile. He chose twelve apostles to continue his work. These twelve we know and are familiar with. Initially, […]

Father John Paul Mary's homily for the First Sunday of Lent

We are all on a journey toward eternal life. Lent is a small-scale journey compared to that big journey of eternal life, in comparison to that lifelong journey for most people. Lent is a special time during the Liturgical Year where we prepare for the solemn celebration of the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Our […]

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