Don’t Be A Summer Soldier

Trinity Sunday 2017 The teaching about the Blessed Trinity and Its Indwelling in the faithful is the hallmark of the Catholic Faith and necessary for salvation.  The realization of this Truth should inspire us to be true soldiers of Christ as confirmed Christians and exercise it by participating in the feast of Corpus Christi, for…
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Believe With Confidence

Low Sunday 2017 Low Sunday is the culmination of the eight-day celebration of the Feast of the Resurrection of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The term Low is intended to indicate the contrast between it and the great Feast one week earlier of Easter Sunday, certainly the greatest of all liturgical feasts. The Octave…
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Resurrection Compels Belief

Easter Sunday 2017 On Easter Sunday St. Paul tells us to purge out the old leaven and that Christ is our Passover.  His rising from the dead still shocks and amazes the modern world as it did in His day. One of the purposes for Our Lord’s Resurrection is as an aid to believe all…
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Pray With All Of Your Heart

Second Sunday in Lent 2017 The Transfiguration of Our Lord showed Him in all His Glory and it was an event that at first frightened the apostles, then reassured them in the Faith.  The Voice from Heaven, “This is My Beloved Son, hear ye Him,” shook the apostles to their very core.  We must realize…
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The Peace Of God Surpasses All Understanding

Gaudete Sunday 2016 “Rejoice in the Lord always: again I say rejoice.  Let your modesty be known to all men: for The Lord is nigh.”   These words taken from St. Paul’s epistle to the Philippians for the Third Sunday of Advent may seem strange in today’s times because of all that is wrong in today’s…
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Go To Heaven For Christmas

Second Sunday of Advent 2016 “Art thou he that art to come, or look we for another?”  This question posed to Our Lord by the disciples of St. John the Baptist in no way implies that St. John himself had any doubts about the Divinity of Our Lord.  St. John had been informed by revelation…
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