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Fr. Andrew Iskander- Homily for Palm Sunday. Jesus proclaims His Kingship without insecurity, knowing what is going to happen. We joyfully respond by saying we believe He is the King of Israel, but sometimes our insecurities can get in the way of our spiritual lives and other aspects of our lives. Click the icon below to listen.…
 
Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim- Lenten Homily for Sunday of the Blind Man. A reflection of the light of faith that is Christ's gift to us and what it means for us to accept and live according to that light. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim
 
AD Mark Soliman- Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Lent. A reflection on the healing of the palsied man. God respects man's will and does not even heal the suffering man without first asking him if he wants to be made well, and yet everything happens with God's approval and by His will, the good and the seemingly bad. We must see the beauty, the love,…
 
Fr. Andrew Iskander- Homily for the Third Sunday of Great Lent. A reflection on the Prodigal Son as an example of restoration. We meditate on why we are called to repentance, why we desire repentance, and how to apply repentance through proper reflection. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי Fr. Andrew Iskander
 
Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim- Homily for the Second Sunday of Great Lent. Jesus' temptations in the wilderness reveal both a divine/cosmic battle, as well as an inner battle within each person. As we are, like Christ, "led by the Spirit," we are secured of the victory He has won for us against sin, death and all the evil forces that work against God and ma…
 
AD Mark Soliman- A homily for the first Sunday of Great Lent. A reflection on the meaning of Lent as a time for practicing self denial. By dying to earthly things, we can become immortal on earth and experience heaven now. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי AD Mark Soliman
 
Fr. Andrew Iskander- Sunday before the Great Lent. A reflection on our personal, secret, and vulnerable relationship with Our Father and suggestions for nurturing it through Psalms, silence/solitude, arrow prayers, and meditations/readings. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי Fr. Andrew Iskander
 
Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim- Homily for the 5th Sunday of Tobi. A reflection on the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and fish, and how Christ used the situation as an opportunity for leading the Apostles and the people to a life of intimacy, trust, and future transformation. Click the icon below to listen.…
 
Fr. Andrew Iskander- Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Tobi. A reflection on the healing of the blind man. When we don't have God, we experience shame or inflict it on others, which leads to self-isolation and keeps us from reconciling with each other and even with God Himself, who never shames us. We can fight shame with contentment, sacrifice, by b…
 
Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim- Homily for the Second Sunday of Tobi. A reflection on the directive of Our Lord on having clear spiritual vision. The example of a modern saint from Russia, St. Matrona the Wonderworker, contrasts the difference between spiritual light vs. darkness. Click the icon below to listen.…
 
Fr. Andrew Iskander- Homily for the First Sunday of Tobe. Jesus took on darkness and sin for us through the incarnation. When we feel like we are experiencing darkness, we must cling to God who will always carry us through it, and like Mother Teresa, we can feel grateful to be sharing in the darkness that Jesus felt. Click the icon below to listen.…
 
Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim- Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Kiahk. Through the event of the great visitation of St. Mary to St. Elizabeth, we encounter the mystery of St. Mary's humble soul that is filled with self-forgetfulness and lowliness. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim
 
Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim- Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Hathor. A reflection on the encounter between the Rich Young Ruler and Christ. The Lord redirects the conversation, inviting the rich man to make a total self-gift, as He desires from each of us. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim
 
Fr. Andrew Iskander- Homily for the Third Sunday of Hathor. The Cost of Discipleship. A reflection on St. Paul's prison guard who found God's hidden treasure, even in the midst of an earthquake, and sold all that he had to buy it. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי Fr. Andrew Iskander
 
Fr. Andrew Iskander- Homily for the 1st Sunday of Hathor. Reflection on the parable of the sower in which the grounds are symbolic of our spiritual patience and how it is indicative of our confidence in God's work in our lives. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי Fr. Andrew Iskander
 
Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim- Homily for the 4th Sunday of Paopi. Losing her only son, the Widow of Nain was facing a hopeless future. By telling her not to weep, Christ declared Himself to be the hope of the hopeless. A reflection on the harrowing story of Fr. Walter Ciszek in the Soviet prison camps. Click the icon below to listen.…
 
AD Mark Soliman- Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Paopi. A reflection on how the way we see others reflects our own heart and how we view God. When we act with anger towards others, we often view God as an angry God; but to the pure, all is pure. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי AD Mark Soliman
 
Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim- Homily for the 1st Sunday of Paopi. A reflection on the healing of the paralytic (Mark 2:1-12) and its relationship to the mysteries of the Church, especially the Sacrament of Confession. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי Fr. Kyrillos Ibrahim
 
AD Mark Soliman- A talk about how we, as Christians, must forgive as Christ forgave us first and forgives us over and over. A true Christian desires the salvation of all, and in doing so, she does not see fault, or weakness, or judgment in others; but instead she attempts to forgive out of love. Click the icon below to listen.…
 
Fr. Andrew Iskander- 5th Sunday of Thout. A reflection on the gospel of feeding the multitude and how Christ teaches us the virtue of care through sacrifices, presence, desire for holiness, and self-care. Click the icon below to listen.על ידי Fr. Andrew Iskander
 
AD Mark Soliman- A Homily for the 4th Sunday of Thout. A reflection on the story of Simon the Pharisee and the sinful woman, noting the similarities between this story, the two thieves on the cross, and the parable of the pharisee and the publican. In every encounter with God, we can either leave with everything or nothing. For those who are forgiv…
 
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