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- LIVE: Sunday Mass on the Internet, Aug. 13, 2017 at 9:30AM – 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time
- DELAYED: Sunday Mass Viewing until 11 PM Sunday - 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time
Deacon Bob: 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time
A tumultuous Sea. A small boat. A fearful crew. Do you have the faith to step out of the boat? Listen as Deacon Bob eloquently dissects the events of Matthew 14.
Fr. Jarek: Transfiguration of the Lord
Fr. Jarek takes us through the events of the Transfiguration. Where His world meets ours. The voice of God is audibly heard. An event like none have experienced before. Truly a mystical experience.
Deacon Bill: 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time
How do you value your Treasure? Our relationship with God is a treasure worth great sacrifice. In yesterday's Homily, Deacon Bill challenges us to rediscover how we value this relationship in our lives.
Fr. James: 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time
Love your enemies, and pray for those who persecute you. Fr. James illustrates how the gift of patience has profoundly affected his life and is key in defeating the most important enemy in our lives... Our Faithlessness.
Fr. Jarek: 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time
What kind of soil are you grounded in? Fr. Jarek digs in to explain how each of us can cultivate and produce a great harvest by how we handle the Truth of God in our lives.
Fr. Walsh: 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Amazing Grace how sweet the sound... I was blind but now I see. In yesterday's Homily, Fr. Walsh uses the inspiring story of this hymns author, John Newton, to explore the ideas of spiritual transformation and surrender.
Deacon George: 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jesus gives us the key to all Christian spirituality... Seek and always remain in the love that God has created us with. Deacon Ferraioli speaks of the importance of that beautiful all-encompassing Love.
Fr. James: 12th Sunday of Ordinary Time
"Do not be afraid, you are worth more than many sparrows". What comforting words we find when we open up the good book and take time to commune with Our Lord. In Fr. James' Homily, he illustrates the importance of finding ALL that we may seek, whether that may be answers, comfort, or faith, simply by reading the Bible.
Fr. Walsh: Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ
He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood will have eternal life. What do YOU believe? Fr. Walsh speaks of this transforming event in today’s Homily. We are challenged today to make what is known in our minds, come alive in our hearts. Not to remain static, but to grow. Take a minute to reflect on the ultimate mystery of faith. Take the journey inward.
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