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  • Thomas, The Twin, And The Divine Mercy

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 25, 2014
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    In the lives and work of St. Thomas, Pope St. John, and Pope St. John Paul, we can see the operation of the Divine Mercy coming from the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

    Divine Mercy Sunday 2014 Canonization of Two Popes In the first century, there were no printing presses, no typewriters, no word processors, no i-pads, and, in the Holy Land and Rome, no cheap paper. If a literate person wanted to read, he picked up a scroll of papyrus, or parchment, and ...read more

  • Mystery Babylon And The Current Confusion In The Church Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Jul 31, 2015
     | 1,354 views

    Who can we trust these days? Do all roads really have to lead to Rome?

    SIXTY-SEVEN: THE LAST POPES At the end of the Old Testament is Malachi. In these last days of the Roman Church, there is Malachi Martin, aggressive "prophet" to the Catholic people, former Jesuit professor, one who served with John XXIII. Comments from his book, The Decline and Fall of the ...read more

  • Reforming The Reform--Without Whitewash Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 11, 2010
     | 1,264 views

    The reform of our liturgy is not a matter of going back to pre-Vatican II forms, but of becoming more faithful to true worship as it has developed over 2000 years

    Monday of 23rd Week in Course The Spirit of the Liturgy Sept 6 2010 The stories in chapter 6 of Luke are familiar enough, but we need to understand why the Pharisees were wrong–and not just incorrect, but truly evil. They did not recognize the supreme Good who stood in their midst and ...read more

  • The Love Of God Shown To Us

    Contributed by Frederick Baker Ii on Sep 3, 2007
     | 730 views

    Showing the Attribute of God’s Love.

    The LOVE of GOD Shown to Us Texts: John 3:16 16For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. Introduction: One of the most touching stories concerning Pope John XXIII is about the day after ...read more

  • Not For Shameful Gain

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 17, 2018
     | 776 views

    There are all kinds of examples, great ones and poor ones, among the popes.

    Feast of the Chair of St. Peter 2018 Reformation/Revolution Today’s Catholic feast celebrates the “chair” or authority given by Christ to St. Peter and his successors, one that has its foundations in the Old Testament. We see St. Peter as the vicar, or maybe viceroy or even “chief of staff” of ...read more

  • Who Is Jesus?

    Contributed by Shane Brooks on May 17, 2007
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     | 728 views

    A sermon based on the C.S. Lewis’, "Liar, lunatic, Lord" quote.

    All other religions :Hinduism, Buddhism. Confucianism, Shintoism, and Islam Founded by human beings - based on philosophies, rules and norms for behavior Take any of these leaders away...Religions still stand...Little would change Take Jesus out of Christianity....Nothing Left Christianity ...read more

  • Mary's Song

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Dec 13, 2015
     | 1,978 views

    The Magnificat. We should take Mary seriously. Jesus' mother is also our mother. She is a “mother” to all who accept Jesus as Lord. Her most significant role is to point us to her Son.

    Christmas songs bring back memories. When I hear certain carols, I'm transported back to my childhood in Germany. I especially remember Stille Nacht, the German hymn by Fr Joseph Mohr that celebrates Jesus, born of a virgin, sleeping in heavenly peace. Here in Luke chapter one we see Mary's ...read more

  • Mystery Babylon, In Papal Rome: From Its Height To Its Present Low... Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Jul 14, 2015
     | 1,223 views

    Rome-Babylon has been with us for many centuries now. From giddy power over empires to its present place of "holding on", Babylon promises to be with us until her program is fulfilled (Revelation 18).

    The "Golden Age" of the Papacy. c. 1000 A.D. As the new millennium dawns over Europe and the world, Rome tightens its grip. It seems every Pope is trying to outdo the last in wickedness and power plays. Benedict VIII buys the office of Pope in 1012, as does his successor in 1024. The latter ...read more

  • Success At Work & School Series

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Apr 28, 2010
    based on 7 ratings
     | 4,666 views

    What does it mean to find or achieve great success in your work? How do we find satisfaction and joy in our work? For our purposes this morning, we will speak mostly in terms of employee-employer, but the same principles apply equally to the school envi

    “SUCCESS @ WORK/SCHOOL” 2nd in Series: Searching For Success Rev. Todd G. Leupold, Perth Bible Church, January 17, 2010 AM INTRODUCTION: Work. School. Just saying/hearing the words evokes all kinds of different thoughts and emotions. Today, they are represented in TV shows such as “The ...read more

  • Seventh Sunday After Easter Series

    Contributed by Michael Tkachuk on May 17, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,123 views

    Jesus constantly prays for us in the Holy of Holies. We too can reciprocate by constantly praying to God.

    The Church today honors the sacred memory of the 318 great fathers who gathered in the city of Nicaea for the First Ecumenical Council. This occurred in the year 325 AD. One of the most important things that happened at that gathering was putting into exact terms the Christian belief in Christ ...read more

  • Mundane Ministry/Seismic Significance Series

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Dec 16, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,426 views

    Sermon #2 in My favorite disciplines series deals with mundane ministries, the discipline of holding one’s tongue, and apropriate smallness (original ideas from John Ortberg’s book, The Life you always Wanted) (Luke 9:45-48)

    #2 in the My Favorite Disciplines Mundane Ministry / Seismic Significance Luke 9:45-48 CHCC: December 14, 2008 INTRODUCTION: Last week I talked about one of my Favorite Disciplines – Celebration. In our Pueblo Group we studied a book by John Ortberg about Spiritual Disciplines --- and ...read more

  • Grounding Ourselves In The Goodness Of God Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Aug 3, 2004
    based on 23 ratings
     | 5,040 views

    God’s goodness allows us to surrender the fear we have of being open and honest in relationship with Him.

    Many have expressed how much they appreciate the testimonies that have been shared in our gatherings. > In hearing the way others have experienced God. we find common process and can gain insight and inspiration… > It’s with that dynamic of gaining insight & inspiration that this morning we begin ...read more

  • The Greatest Giver

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on Mar 22, 2012
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    In spite of all the ways we give, we can never be the greatest giver. That place is held by God alone.

    She was born in 1910 and was one of the most highly respected women in the world. Her home was Macedonia, and she was of Albanian ancestry. In 1928, she went to Ireland to join the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Some six weeks later, she was on her way to India as a teacher. She studied ...read more

  • The Blind See, The Sighted Are Blind

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Oct 30, 2006
    based on 30 ratings
     | 5,132 views

    The miracle of a blind man receiving his sight addresses the Problem of Affliction and Healing and that criticism by the Pharisees brought out both negative and positive reaction.

    There’s a saying that ‘There’s none as blind as those who won’t see!’ As Helen Keller said: ‘What would be worse than being born blind? To have sight without vision.’ It’s certainly true in the encounter that Jesus had with the Pharisees on the occasion when He healed a man who had been born ...read more

  • Judaism Series

    Contributed by Don Hawks on Feb 3, 2004
    based on 35 ratings
     | 2,172 views

    This is Part 5 of the series on World relgions--a series inspired by Adma Hamilton, Church of the Resurrection, Leawood, KS.

    (some web sites that I consulted are listed in the body of the text) Genesis 12:1-3, 15:5-6 Now the LORD said to Abram, “Go from your country and your kindred and your father’s house to the land that I will show you. I will make of you a great nation, and I will bless you, and make your name ...read more