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Masses with a "theme"

Well, school has started up again, which means that in one area of many parishes the music director has little say in the quality of the liturgy.The School Mass.In many places, Masses are assigned to a class or grade, which means that the teacher of th…

Oct 29 – Homily: “Will Many Be Saved?” Give the Rosary!

Today there is a widespread error among Catholics that the mere possibility of being saved, for those who are in invincible ignorance of the Gospel of Christ, is, in fact, a probability that…
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Oct 29 – Homily: Possibility not Probability

Oct 29 – Homily: Possibility not Probability

Fr. Alan on the Gospel message that only a few will be saved and that we must strive to enter the narrow gate. He says we must not focus so much on probability, as if it is a blind lottery…
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Oct 28 – Homily: Apostolos

Father comments on the Gospel of today, telling us that the word “Apostle” comes from the greek “apostolos” meaning “sent.” At Our Lord’s Ascension, He sent out the apostles to the world, and…
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Oct 28 – Homily: Apostles of Christ

Oct 28 – Homily: Apostles of Christ

Fr. Joachim preaches on the life of the apostles Simon and Jude and the role of Apostles in proclaim the Gospel of Christ, giving witness to Truth. Ave Maria! Mass: Sts Simon and Jude – Feast…
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Pontifical Mass at St. Peter’s

What an incredible photo of the Eucharistic procession.Details at the New Liturgical Movement.

Magnificat Monday: Stanford

Thanks to Chuck Giffen for the find!

Oct 26 – Homily: The Old and the New

Oct 26 – Homily: The Old and the New

New remains hidden in the old. And the old is revealed in the new. Fr. Alan explains this in the context of today readings where Jesus responds to the Pharisees with, You shall love your God…
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Oct 27 – Homily: Is Swearing a Sin?

In today’s first reading, St. Paul exhorts us to avoid filthy speech and obscenities, which are out of place. See also Sir. 23:13; Col. 3:8. Ave Maria! Mass: Monday in the 30th Week in Ordinary…
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Oct 26 – Homily: Love God First, Then Neighbor

Oct 26 – Homily: Love God First, Then Neighbor

Strive to love God first with all your heart and with all your life, then you can properly love your neighbor in a total self-giving and sacrificial love. Ave Maria! Mass: 30th Sunday in Ordinary…
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