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Father Raymond Suriani served as associate and pastor of Saint Pius X Church in Westerly, RI from 1988 to 2016. He remains active in the parish for masses, confessions etc..There are hundreds of homilies from 2003 to the present. ..................... .. ..You can also visit Fr Ray's Blog which include the printed homilies at http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/..
 
The Living Beatitudes Community is a group of friendly and caring Christians who gather to worship together, work together, and live lives in emulation of the Spirit of the Beatitudes. These homilies were offered during our 10a Sun weekly services. Each homily is preceded by the Gospel reading and followed by discussion. The discussion is not included in this podcast. Living Beatitudes Community 20 W First Street Christ Episcopal Church, Lower Level Dayton, OH
 
Fr. Jim Chern has been a priest in the Archdiocese of Newark since 1999. He graduated with his master’s in theology from Seton Hall University. After his graduation he was assigned to Our Lady of Lourdes parish where he served as Parochial Vicar for 7 years. In 2007 he was named director of the Newman Catholic Center at Montclair State University where he still serves. In 2018 Fr. Jim was additionally named Archdiocesan Director of Campus Ministry by Cardinal Joseph Tobin.
 
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We speak of women making the heroic choice to keep their child. It is heroic because they are moving forward into an unknown world- most likely poor and alone. Having a child is terrifying when you have a spouse, a stable home and a job. If we are going to win the battle for the protection of the unborn, this most important and fundamental of issue…
 
25 October 2020 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Matthew 22:34-40 + Homily 17 Minutes 14 Seconds NOTE: Due to technical difficulties today’s homily is not available. The homily recorded here was given on 29 October 2017, the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time using the same readings as today. Link to the Readings: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/read…
 
Love of God and love if neighbour go hand in hand. In todays gospel, however, Jesus reminds us to love our neighbour as ourselves. This is a real but important challenge to us: we can love others with the love that we have for ourselves - bitter, cynical and angry people do not have the capacity to love others authentically.…
 
A careful reading of the Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament, reveals that Israelite identity was determined through three sets of laws: liturgical, ritual, and moral. In Catholicism, the liturgical laws have been sublimated and the ritual laws largely set aside. But what about the moral law? In this case, Thomas Aquinas says, they rem…
 
Join Fr Rob as he reflects on the Sunday Gospel readings and how we can apply these reflections to our lives today. 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time Gospel: Matthew 22: 15-21 For a longer explanation and reflection on this Gospel reading, check out the Catholic Influencers Podcast (Season 4, Episode 15)על ידי FRG Ministry
 
Homily for the Twenty Eighth Sunday in Ordinary time. We are all invited to the wedding feast of the lamb. We must not just send a gift. We must also wear the proper wedding garment not as some so-called Catholics do that claim a faith while advocating mortal sin.על ידי Deacon Joe Dietz
 
God has made you a caretaker of his vineyard. So what do you know about growing grapes? Deacon Matt offers six practical and essential elements of Christian discipleship in this homily preached on Sunday, Oct 4, 2020, at St. Mary Mother of God Roman Catholic Church (27th Sunday of Ordinary Time, cycle A).…
 
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