Exemple

Distrust of Self

Sexagesima Sunday 2015
Many of the Epistles of St. Paul were dictated by him and written by his fellow disciples.  He was being attacked by false Christians, so in this Epistle he attempts to bring back the faithful who were led astray.  St. Paul’s great lesson is to distrust ourselves.  This season is the realization of original sin, but this week we learn about actual sins.  We know that we suffer in this life because of sin.  In the Gospel for this Mass Our Lord demonstrates that there is meaning behind all the words of Scripture.  We must respond completely in giving ourselves to God.
#20150208M

RELATED SERMONS

Nothing Without God

3rd Sunday after Pentecost 2024 Green vestments are worn during this season to express the virtue of Hope.  We are instructed to ...

Read Sermon →

The Compendium of All Religion

Feast of The Sacred Heart 2024 This feast was created relatively recently in the history of the Church, yet it was foreshadowed ev...

Read Sermon →

A Vocation Worth the Fight

2nd Sunday after Pentecost 2024 Tonsure Ceremony With first tonsure one becomes a cleric.  This ceremony has been part of the Chu...

Read Sermon →

0
    0
    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop
    Servants of the Holy Family