Hold True to Principle and to Christ!

4th Sunday After Pentecost 2022 Our Lord chose to preach from the boat of St. Peter in the Gospel because this boat represented the Church from which alone God’s word is taught.  We are in need of God’s help and must never despise it no matter how unworthy and sinful we are.  When we die,…

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Fundamentals For Fatherhood

2nd Sunday after Pentecost 2022 With the vocation of fatherhood being so attacked in the world today, it is more important than ever for Catholic fathers to hold fast to the holy principals of their vocation.  True manhood, with its accompanying virtues of perseverance, responsibility, and love of neighbor, is the essential foundation for this…

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Guarantee of Heaven

Feast Of Corpus Christi 2022 The Mass, renewing our Savior’s death on the cross, replaced all the rites of the Old Law.  None are excluded from this sacrifice unless they should decline the invitation.  We faithful strive daily for union with Christ in the Holy Eucharist, and we hope to die doing so.  This is…

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A Crown For The Trinity

Trinity Sunday 2022 Although the feast of the Holy Trinity did not exist in the earliest days of the Church, today it is presented as a crown of glory to the Divine Majesty. Belief in the three Persons of the Blessed Trinity, all equal in nature and perfections, is not only necessary for our own…

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Spirit Of The New Law

Pentecost Sunday 2022 Sunday is a day sanctified by God.  From the creations of the angels to the Resurrection of Our Lord, and now the feast of Pentecost, this day has been made holy in a special way.  The Holy Ghost descended upon that small group of disciples to institute the New Law and inspire…

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God Wants Our Whole Heart

Sunday After The Ascension 2022 We, as Catholics, must not lead a double life.  God desires our whole heart.  When we are told that we must “watch in prayer,” this means that we must be on guard against both the enemy and occasions of sin.  What a wonderful reward we are offered for the practice…

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We Become Christ’s Home

4th Sunday After Easter 2022 “Do not let the sun go down on your anger.” In hearing these words, we must remember that this refers to unjust anger. The irascible passion of anger, when justified, is not only important but even necessary. This is why we are told to, “be angry, and sin not.” The…

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Door To The Sheepfold

1st Friday Conference May 2022 The pagan view is that man is constituted by his work.  Without work, man is not human.  The Catholic view is that work is an expression of the man.  St. Joseph the “faber” is the example of all workers. Good Shepherd Sunday gave place to the feast of St. Joseph…

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Easter Joy

Easter Sunday 2022 Lent has passed by quickly but we take away the lesson that the “Imitation of Christ” reiterates for us that we win heaven by work and suffering.  With the Resurrection we share in the happiness of being with Our Lord once again.  Christ has proved that He conquered sin by overcoming its…

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Catechumen To Neophyte

Easter Vigil 2022 The Easter Vigil is the culmination of our Lenten retreat and especially for the catechumens who are baptized and who will receive their first Holy Communions at the Mass which follows.  The Liturgy brings light to the darkness of the world of sin and sings the praise of Our Lord’s Paschal candle. …

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