Cry Out to God!

Quinquagesima Sunday 2024 Abraham is our patron today.  His willingness to sacrifice his only begotten son was a type of the Sacrifice of Jesus Christ.  In today’s Gospel, the Apostles did not understand Our Lord’s words.  To remove any doubts, Jesus performed the miracle of curing the blind man, demonstrating His divine power.  We also…

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Non Sum Dignus

3rd Sunday after Epiphany 2024 St. Paul teaches us to be at peace with all men when it is possible.  Of course, there are times when peace is not possible, but for a good Catholic war is only for the sake of restoring the peace once again.  A person who is vengeful in his anger…

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His Manifestation To All

2nd Sunday after Epiphany 2024 The Magi had open minds and were seeking the truth.  They followed the star and received Christ into their hearts.  Unlike God’s revelation to the Magi or St. John the Baptist, the wedding feast was a manifestation of Christ’s divinity to everyone.  In the divine plan, God did not change…

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Peace and Rest

Vigil of Christmas 2023 Today the Church cries out, “We will have Him to rule over us!”  This Mass is like an early celebration of Christmas.  “Come Lord and Reign!” says the Alleluia verse.  According to St. Ignatius Martyr, the reason St. Joseph was betrothed to the Blessed Virgin Mary was to hide the miracle…

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Saints Who Changed The World

All Saints Day Evening 2023 Today we celebrate one of the marks of the true Church – her holiness.  The almost innumerable saints in Heaven are the result of the redemption Christ won on the cross.  Today we especially celebrate the unknown saints.  If we wish to change the course of history, we must be…

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The Lowest of God’s Creatures

16th Sunday after Pentecost 2023 St. Joseph of Cupertino is truly one of the greatest saints.  His holiness and miracles were undeniable.  Our goal should be to speak more frequently with God, because this is prayer.  When we are in the state of grace, we love God more than we love ourselves.  Nothing else matters…

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God Asks For 100%

1st Friday September 2023 First Friday Conference – The Fourteen Holy Helpers have been invoked since the Middle Ages to help with specific needs of the faithful.  St. Augustine is one of the greatest moral and doctrinal theologians in history.  His most famous works are popular even among non-Catholics.  Conversion of life and the mortification…

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Deo Gratias

13th Sunday after Pentecost 2023 The Epistle for this Mass is difficult and can be easily misunderstood.  What St. Paul explains regarding the purpose of the Old Law and its preparation for the coming of the Messiah requires careful explanation.  Since we enjoy the benefits of the New Law and the graces which Our Lord…

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She Is The Joy of Heaven

Feast of the Assumption 2023 In Heaven, the Blessed Mother is second only to the Holy Trinity in honor.  She is called Co-redemptrix because everything that Our Lord won she won as well in a subordinate manner.  It was a miracle that she was sustained in life while her Divine Son died.  She was kept…

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Humility Is Truth

11th Sunday after Pentecost 2023 If we have no attachments to hold us down in this life we will speedily reach Heaven when we die.  Our Lord said we will receive a hundredfold of the things we give up for God’s sake in this life.  We should not attribute anything we do to ourselves because it…

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