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  • #firstworldproblems Series

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Oct 8, 2017
     | 4,798 views

    An interactive all age Harvest Festival sermon re turning our grumbling into gratitude and our angst into thanks

    If you saw this (#firstworldproblems) on Instagram or Twitter - what would you think would be the rest of the post? (Take suggestions) I was doing research for my sermon on Thursday (otherwise known as reading the newspaper)- researchers working with a behavourial psychologist from Goldsmiths ...read more

  • Mary's Fulfillment In Faith Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 18, 2014
     | 2,453 views

    Jesus broke the long cycle of apostasy, trouble, repentance and deliverance by creating a Church that would be the light to the nations until He returns.

    Commemoration of Ignatius Loyola 2014 Lumen Fidei If you have ever watched a potter throw a pitcher or bowl on a wheel, you can relate to the image that Jeremiah is using in the prophecy. For weeks now we have been reading the history of Israel and Judah as they frequently ignored the Law of ...read more

  • A Missionary, Not A Chump

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 29, 2008
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     | 2,121 views

    We are all called to be missionaries in one way or another. We preach Christ to help others come to Christ.

    Homily for Tuesday of the 1st Week of Advent Tomorrow is the commemoration of St. Francis Xavier. If some modern thinkers are right, Francis wasted his life. One of the earliest disciples of Ignatius Loyola, one of the first Jesuits, Francis was going to go to Palestine to convert Muslims–and ...read more

  • Martyr Missionaries Of Brazil

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 7, 2018
     | 1,537 views

    Inacio and his companions continue their witness, but now to hundreds of scuba divers.

    Thursday of the 14th Week in Course 2018 Reformation/Revolution “No gold, nor silver, nor copper in your belts, no bag for your journey, nor two tunics, nor sandals, nor a staff.” It sounds like a scene from the luggage carrel at an airport I flew into a couple of decades ago. But it’s the ...read more

  • Advent4c- Mary And Elizabeth Series

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Nov 8, 2018
     | 2,141 views

    Mary and Elizabeth offer us some insights into the disciplines and practices of the interior life.

    Our Gospel on this Fourth Sunday of Advent begins with: “Mary set out and traveled to the hill country in haste.” This reminds me of a sign I saw outside a church this morning, “Hurry in this Sunday to beat the Christmas rush.” Mary’s visit to Elizabeth recalls the importance of spiritual ...read more

  • Rejoicing In The Holy Spirit--Our Names Are Written In Heaven Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 30, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,105 views

    We should also rejoice, always. How do you do that when things are going wrong? Trust in God and make an act of thanksgiving for how Our Lord will bring good out of evil.

    Tuesday of the 1st Week of Advent 2019 St. Francis Xavier To be poor is to be weak. It has ever been thus in this valley of tears. The Torah, the first five books of the OT, clearly tells judges not to consider the wealth or poverty of the people who apply for justice to their courts. But we know ...read more

  • Epicurus And Christ Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 11, 2017
     | 2,216 views

    Renaissance atheists ate, drank and were merry and ignored God’s teaching, because they thought of the Christian God as just another non-existent being who wanted to keep them from enjoying themselves.

    Thursday of the 32nd Week in Course Reformation/Revolution The Pharisees were religious leaders in Israel at the time of Christ, and, like all pious Jews, they believed that God would send a Messiah to inaugurate the Kingdom of God. But most Jews thought that the kingdom would be brought by ...read more

  • Mindsets That Hinder Revival

    Contributed by Ian Johnson on Feb 22, 2008
    based on 16 ratings
     | 4,155 views

    People have been in revival, but the revival has not been in them. Why? Because we have mindsets that prevent us seeing what the Lord sees!

    What does Revival look like? Many are seeking revival; they pray for it, they go to conferences to hear about it, many have gone into places where revival has broken out to receive an impartation. They have been in revival, but the revival has not been in them. Why? Because we have mindsets ...read more

  • Shattering The Fresco; Reassembling The Mosaic

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 20, 2018
     | 1,810 views

    The rebuilding of the Church in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries took the divine energy that we receive in the Eucharist and gave it a new missionary impulse.

    Conversion of St. Paul 2018 Reformation/Revolution Today’s reading from St. Luke’s Acts of the Apostles is precious because it is one of the first-person testimonies from St. Paul about his conversion on the road to Damascus. Rabbi Saul was on his way to being the most famous Jew in the Levant ...read more

  • Loving Lady Poverty To Pull Society From Chaos To Christ Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 30, 2020
     | 172 views

    Francis, the poor friar in his garment of third-rate cloth who smiles through his poverty is enormously attractive, because he is totally exceptional.

    Feast of St. Francis of Assisi 2020 October 4, 2020 G.K. Chesterton said about St. Francis that “he plunged after poverty as men have dug madly for gold.” He was in love with what or who he called “Lady Poverty” for a crazy but practical reason and it has to do with spreading the Gospel of the ...read more

  • Abandoned To The Potter

    Contributed by Ian Johnson on Apr 5, 2008
    based on 10 ratings
     | 3,956 views

    When clay is soft and pliable it is easy to make an impression on. When it becomes dry and hard change doesn’t come easy. In fact it can’t come unless the potter applies water and pressure to bring a pliable nature back to the clay.

    JEREMIAH 18; Go down to the shop where clay pots and jars are made. I will speak to you while you are there.” So I did as he told me and found the potter working at his wheel. But the jar he was making did not turn out as he had hoped, so the ...read more

  • "Check The Fruits, Fix The Roots” --8th Sunday In Ordinary Time

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Feb 4, 2019
     | 2,671 views

    Our First Reading relates the steady application of three processes over time to create a separation or distinction based on intrinsic properties of quality: faults revealed when one speaks, santification, and discernment

    Sirach, chapter 27, from our First Reading, relates the steady application of three processes over time to create a separation or distinction based on intrinsic properties of quality: 1). The first is the image of shaking a mesh strainer to reveal the husks from the kernel which is similar to ...read more

  • Be Reconciled To God

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 7, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,752 views

    The father only seems like a chump, taking back the wastrel son. But I am not the elder son, I am the prodigal, needing forgiveness.

    4th Sunday of Lent 2010 So we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We beseech you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God. For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God. If God had to join the rest of us ...read more

  • The Council Of Trent Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Jun 17, 2014
     | 1,785 views

    The Catholic Counter-Reformation.

    Church History: Examining the Creeds and Confessions of the Church Through the Ages and Why They Matter. Today, we come to the first council we have studied so far with which we will have profound disagreements. It is called the Council of Trent, and it described by the Catholic Church as ...read more

  • How Do You Respond To God's Message?

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Dec 12, 2001
    based on 18 ratings
     | 2,628 views

    What do you do when you hear God speaking to you? At the Birth of Chris, three individuals rrespond three different ways.

    Purposeful! Ephesians 2:8-10 Before an individual comes to Christ, Ephesians tells us that he or she is dead in trespasses and sins. His or her life has little or no meaning in light of eternity. When a person comes to Christ, the Word of God tells us that the Holy Spirit quickens or ...read more