Connecting Two Great Feasts

2nd Sunday after Pentecost 2016 In this sermon we learn that this Sunday serves as a bridge between two important Feasts – Corpus Christi and Our Lord’s Sacred Heart.  The parable in today’s gospel of the master’s invitation to his supper is used to admonish those people who will come up with any excuse to…

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Encompassed By The Trinity

Trinity Sunday 2016 The Holy Trinity is a supernatural mystery, meaning that it is beyond our human capacity to understand without supernatural grace and the assistance of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  Mary, our Mother, has a special and unique relationship with the members of the Trinity for She is the daughter of the Father, Mother…

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Who Is The Holy Spirit?

Pentecost Sunday 2016 This sermon focuses on why we need the Holy Spirit in our times.  The term Pentecost means 50 days (after Our Lord’s Passion, Death and Resurrection) and on this day the Holy Spirit descended upon Blessed Mother and the Apostles.  This action of the Holy  Spirit transformed them into veritable spiritual warriors…

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Prayer Is Our Most Prudent Act

Sunday After The Ascension 2016 This sermon focuses on the need to be prudent in our dealings with others and the need to pray, especially for our Church and our Nation.  In doing this we must forgive all injuries in imitation of Our Lord and the Saints.  One of the reasons for prayer is Thanksgiving…

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In Praise Of St. Joseph

Feast Of St. Joseph The Worker 2016 Today’s sermon refers to the Epistle of St. James from the Fifth Sunday after Easter in order to caution us not to be overbearing in our relations with others, especially in matters pertaining to the Faith.   With reference to the prayers of the Mass for St. Joseph…

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St. Mark And St. Fidelis

4th Sunday After Easter 2016 Today we are honored to hear Fr. Superior speak to us on the merits of two great saints: St. Mark the Evangelist and St. Fidelis of Sigmaringen.  St Mark is known as the apostle who spoke to the Gentile-Christians whereas St. Peter was known as the Apostle who spoke to the…

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Virtue of Virtues

3rd Sunday after Easter After explaining why St. George became a popular saint and reading the Epistle and Gospel, Father briefly explains the “little while” of today’s Gospel and then gives a close reading of the Epistle in which St. Peter instructs us on the moral life.   The key is the practice of obedience…

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I, Myself, Will Tend My Sheep

2nd Sunday After Easter – Good Shepherd Sunday Today’s sermon delves into why there is One we call the Good Shepherd who is willing to die for His sheep and also why there are hirelings who abandon the flock in need.  The Introit of today’s Mass clearly invokes Mercy under the Banner of the Good…

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