with Father Dave
Isaiah 22:19-23 The prophet Isaiah preaches God’s message some eight centuries before the birth of Jesus. His book commences with God grieving over the children of Israel who have disowned their heavenly Father. The prophet labors to steer people back toward God and before the book concludes, they come to see reality as it truly […]
1 Kings 19:9a, 11-13; Psalm 85; Romans 9:1-5; Matthew 14:22-33 In the first reading, the prophet Elijah comes to experience the sheer grandeur of God in the most astonishing and unexpected of ways: as a tiny whispering sound. This inexpressible majesty is something of a hint of the Incarnation in which we witness God’s power […]
This Sunday the readings for Mass draw our attention to the choice that is before us to seek God’s Kingdom first and always. The Church helps us find our way safely by encouraging us to grow in patience and persistence in daily living.
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This article was published by Marquette University from an interview conducted with my fellow alumnus and international journalist James Foley. Recently he was murdered by ISIS Islamic terrorists. Please whisper a pray for the Foley family and all victims of these barbaric acts of hatred and violence. From:” Marquette Magazine, Summer 2014 Issue http://www.marquette.edu/magazine/recent.php?subaction=showfull&id=1318951203&archive Phone call […]
Giuseppe Sarto was born in 1835. While serving the Church as Pope Pius X (1903-1914), he vigorously promoted the interests of the Church in a rapidly changing world and increasingly industrial culture that was rushing to world war. Above all else he sought to inspire deepening personal and parish piety among the members of the […]
Jesus says that the gates of the netherworld (in the original language, “Hades”) shall not prevail over His Church (cf. Matthew 16:18). The bold declaration of the Son of God and Second Person of the Blessed Trinity is not that Satan and the evil minions will cease scouring the world in pursuit of stealing Christian […]
Homilies, Music, Video & Reflection
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