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  • Fraternal Correction

    Contributed by William Baeta on Sep 5, 2002
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    “Moreover if your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault between him and you alone. If he hears you have gained your brother” Matthew 18:15.

    Theme: Fraternal Correction Text: Ezek. 33:7-9; Rom. 13:8-10; Matt. 18:15-20 The best news is good news but we very rarely hear any good news these days. Instead we hear about cheating, stealing, bribery and corruption, which have become a way of life. We hear about pornography, rape and more

  • Fraternal Correction With Integrity And Love

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Aug 2, 2017

    Jesus is saying that we are not to be only concerned with someone’s material well- being but also for their moral and spiritual good. Hebrews 13:17 says to “watch over souls as one who will give an account.”

    23A “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them."-- This verse from Matthew’s Gospel for today reminds me of a story of a pastor of a small Baptist church in a drought-stricken part of Alabama last summer who implored his people to pray for rain. In more

  • Some Actions Are Always Wrong So What Do We Do? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 19, 2021

    Murdering the innocent is always gravely immoral. Thus we have been taught since the first Christians accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and celebrated communion together.

    Homily Monday of 12th week in ordinary time If we are to understand what the Lord is saying to us today, and more importantly what He is not saying, we need to find the key word in the Gospel: it’s “hypocrite.” A hypocrite is someone who calls sin a sin in other people, but ignores the sin in more

  • Divine Mercy Sunday--Second Sunday Of Easter (Or Sunday Of Divine Mercy)

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Mar 30, 2020

    Jesus really did rise from the dead and come back to harass the very people who betrayed him." …Harass your heart, that is, if you are withholding forgiveness from someone.

    Jim Friedrich shared that at the entrance to Jerusalem’s Church of All Nations, next to the Garden of Gethsemane, there is a sign warning every visitor: “NO EXPLANATIONS INSIDE THE CHURCH.” The sign is intended to discourage over-talkative tour guides but it’s also what Jesus practiced after his more

  • Moved In The Gut To Write A Blank Check For An Enemy

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 7, 2013
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    Our Understanding of God's Love moves us to repent of our sins, forgive as we are forgiven, and live a life of gift to convert others.

    Fifteenth Sunday in Course 2013 For nine years I had the privilege, joy, and occasional discomfort of teaching moral theology to a class of tenth graders at a local Catholic high school. Right at the top of the proud moments was an incident that happened when Archbishop Gomez visited my class. more

  • Pleasure Or Joy Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 11, 2010

    To understand our duty to ourselves and God, we must distinguish between seeking pleasure and seeking joy.

    Third Sunday in Advent Dec 12, 2010 Spirit of the Liturgy–Sunday Series The haunting strains of chant mode 1 set the admonition of St. Paul in the Introit of today’s Mass, in both the ordinary and extraordinary form. The Church looks at the world through rose-colored vestments, more

  • Emotional Blackmail

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Nov 13, 2017

    If you can work and don’t, you shouldn’t eat.

    Emotional Blackmail by Fr. Emmerich Vogt, O.P. Something I always like to cover in my missions is the role of feelings and emotions in our moral lives. Someone just gave me a copy of a book by Susan Forward, Emotional Blackmail. It’s about those who prey upon people’s emotions as a form of more