Current Live Stream Schedule:
- LIVE: Mar. 11: The Fourth Sunday of Lent 9:30am
- REPLAY: Mar. 11: The Fourth Sunday in Lent beginning at approx 11am
Fr. James: The 5th Sunday in Lent
God will not abandon us in our time of need. Fr. James explains that no matter how hopeless the situation if we believe in the life and resurrection of Jesus, God will be there to unbind us an restore us to life. All of our problems and suffering are an opportunity for Jesus to glorify His father in heaven.
Fr. Jarek: The 4th Sunday in Lent
We cannot preform miracles like Jesus but we have the ability to help those in need. Fr. Jarek challenges us to not let religious rituals take the place of practical service. Helping others needs to be a primary focal point in our faith and not secondary.
3rd Sunday in Lent
What fences in our lives keeping us from Jesus? Fr. Walsh focuses on the importance of the Sacrament Reconciliation and explains that, no matter how long it is been, with the gift of this Sacrament whatever obstacles and fences that are in our lives Jesus will make sure they are removed.
Deacon Bill: The 2nd Sunday in Lent
What are you doing for your Lenten sacrifice? Deacon Bill gives us some tangible things we can do this Lent. He challenges us to work on our faith intellect, to physically do something for others, and to improve on our prayer life. All of this is meant to draw us closer to Jesus, and in turn make our Lenten experience a joyful one.
Fr. Walsh: The 1st Sunday in Lent
What are you surrendering for the Lord? Fr. Walsh speaks on all the ways that you can give this Lenten season but especially on the annual Bishop’s appeal for the Diocese of Orlando. We are all part of the diocese and everyone is encourage to give this Lenten season to aide in our continued growth.
Fr. James: The 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Our prayer today should be, Lord make me clean. We need to have faith in the graciousness of God to not just heal our bodies but heal our souls. Fr. James then challenges us to be the instrument of God to transform the world, even if it’s just one person at a time.
Fr. Jarek: The 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
How can we feed the hungry if our own dish is empty? In order to provide service to others we must follow Jesus’ example of taking time to be alone with the Father in prayer. Fr. Jarek stresses the importance of contemplation and prayer as well as our own spiritual well being.
Deacon George: The 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Our lives are full of the noise of everyday life, but the voice of God has authority over the voices of this world. Deacon George challenges us today to try and block out that noise and focus on what is truly important, the voice of Jesus, and to let Him direct our hearts.
Fr. Walsh: The 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
If something is legal does that make it morally right? Fr. Walsh discusses the anniversary of Rowe vs. Wade and how, if we are all called to be Disciples of Christ, can we be pro-abortion. He continues by saying our God is a God of forgiveness and wants to heal and make people well again, this is especially true to any women who have had an abortion.