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  • Mystery Babylon And Ther New Day In Rome, To Which All Roads Lead... Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Jul 30, 2015
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    Vatican 2 made a difference. For better or worse, a form of unity has set in. Protestants and all religions flock to Rome while many others leave her for good. When the dust settles: A one-world church, and a true church...

    SIXTY-FIVE: VATICAN TWO Far more grim a perspective than one more nation having Catholic rule is what may have been the beginning of total world control at the Vatican Council of the 60's. To introduce you to that meeting, I give this clip from the Random House Encyclopedia, p. ...read more

  • Light Of The World Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 6, 2012
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    As the Synod Fathers gather to begin the year of faith, we consider the role of the Church as she takes up the mission of Christ to bring together all the people of the world in praise and obedience.

    October 8, 2012 Monday of 27th Week in Course Vatican II As we begin the year of faith this week, I feel called to begin a new sermon series, setting for my theme the Holy Father’s admonition to return to the Documents of Vatican Council II. The Fathers of the Church were particularly ...read more

  • Reforming The Reform--Without Whitewash Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 11, 2010
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    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

  • Adapt The Delivery, Not The Message Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 2, 2013
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     | 1,396 views

    The stark message of the Gospel must be delivered in ways that will be heard by modern humans.

    Monday of 3rd Week in Lent Gaudium et Spes Adapting the Delivery, Not the Message Those commentators who are not very familiar with the documents of Vatican II, but who count themselves experts on the “spirit” of Vatican II frequently see the Council as creating a break with the ...read more

  • Mystery Babylon And The Current Confusion In The Church Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Jul 31, 2015
     | 1,521 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

  • Let Us Sing To The Lord Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 2, 2011
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    Our song of praise wells up from our heart as a response to God's saving act: we believe in God, in His Son, and we sing.

    Monday in 4th Week of Lent April 4 2011 The Spirit of the Liturgy “In the Lord, I have trusted: I will exult and I will rejoice in Thy mercy: because Thou hast regarded my lowliness.” The words of today’s Introit make more real the meaning of Lent, that despite our ...read more

  • Mother Of God

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Dec 6, 2018
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    The infinite dimensions of Mary's the mind and will of God and her surrender.

    Psalm 90:12 says, “Lord, teach us to number our days, that we may gain wisdom of heart.” There should not be a New Year’s Day that goes by that we don’t remind ourselves of that truth one way or another. Last night, one guy was really counting down the time for the New Year. He remarked ...read more

  • Moving To A World Religion

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Mar 6, 2009
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     | 1,057 views

    Roman Catholic & Islam.

    - It has been said that politics and religion don’t mix - Iran is primarily run by the religious clerics - Today the foundation being laid for a one-world religion. - BBC Tuesday, 3 March 2009: The Vatican is sponsoring a five day conference to mark the 150th anniversary of the publication of ...read more

  • Ordination And The Role Of Women In The Church Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 9, 2015
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    The twin command of Jesus to clergy is important to consider in any decision regarding ordination.

    Thursday of the 6th Week of Easter 2015 Joy of the Gospel This is one of those liturgical days that is a little schizophrenic. In the historical Church, it is forty days after the Resurrection, so it is Ascension Thursday, as it was for almost two thousand years. But May 14 is the Feast of ...read more

  • The Witness Of John Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 27, 2011
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    John, and we, need to be prophets to our cultures.

    Martyrdom of John the Baptist August 29, 2011 Testimony of the Saints Popular culture almost always gets everything wrong. Thus today’s celebration, which in the pre-Vatican II liturgy was a feast, not a memorial, is totally misinterpreted by pop culture. In the view of the secular ...read more

  • To An Ever Greater Love Of The Word Of God Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 8, 2011
     | 1,469 views

    Two guides help us in our journey with the Scriptures: St. Paul and the prologue to John's Gospel

    Monday of 29th Week in Course St. Ignatius of Antioch Verbum Domini Our saint today, Ignatius of Antioch, is a most appropriate patron for our reflections on the Word of God. He was the third bishop of Antioch, but, more importantly, was a disciple of John the Apostle. His writings give us a ...read more

  • Images Of The Church Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 13, 2012
     | 1,945 views

    Jesus built a Church, and the Scriptures give us many inspiring images of the Church, especially for evangelization.

    Monday of 28th Week in Course 2012 St. Theresa of Jesus Vatican II It is especially fitting that our readings today focus on the nature of man’s response to God’s initiative, because that response culminates in the assembly we call the Church. Lumen Gentium is the Church’s ...read more

  • Church The Body Of Christ Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 20, 2012
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    The Council Fathers made much use of Paul's theology of the Church in writing the Dogmatic Constitution of the Church, and it points us outward to a starving world.

    Monday of 29th Week in Course 2012 Vatican II Documents The occurrence of the Letter to the Ephesians in our Lectionary right at the beginning of the year of faith, in which have begun to study Lumen Gentium, is quite providential. Here in chapter 2 of the letter, St. Paul makes a subtle ...read more

  • To Give Instruction In Sound Doctrine Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 9, 2012
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    The bishop has a special ministry of leadership, teaching and service in the Church.

    November 12, 2012 Vatican II Documents Monday of 32nd Week in Course St. Paul writes today that “a bishop, as God's steward, must be blameless; he must not be arrogant or quick-tempered or a drunkard or violent or greedy for gain, 8 but hospitable, a lover of goodness, master of himself, ...read more

  • Not Abandoning Our First Love Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 17, 2012
     | 1,657 views

    Christ loves us too much to let us coast.

    Monday of 33rd Week in Course 2012 Vatican II–Lumen Gentium Not Abandoning Our First Love One of the greatest temptations of life is to coast. We come to a point of satisfaction in some area of our living, and just want that to last forever. So we stop taking risks, we stop putting ...read more