Saturday, September 13, 2014

Last Sunday's Sermon, 9/7 -- Excommunication

The biblical and rational foundation for excommunication.
What excommunication really means and why the Church has the authority and the duty to excommunicate.


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Daily Mass Sermons: 9/9 - 9/13

Tuesday, September 9: Jesus made himself the slave of slaves, Feast of St Peter Claver

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Wednesday, September 10: Homily on The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (9/8)

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Friday, September 12: The Holy Name of Mary, feared by demons and loved by angels

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Saturday, September 13: The first three sorrow of our Lady

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

The Cross as Perpetually United to Our Savior

September 14th, Exaltation of the Holy Cross

We adore your Cross, O Lord, and we praise and glorify your holy resurrection: Behold by the wood joy has come into the whole world. (Antiphon from Morning Prayer)

The Catholic Faithful pay a special honor and veneration to the Holy Cross of our Lord. Indeed, we even speak to the Cross as though to Christ Jesus himself as we sing, Ave Crux, Spes unica! “Hail O Cross, our only Hope!”

The True Cross of our Lord, whose feast we celebrate this Sunday, is given such honor, love, and adoration by the Church on account of the marvelous union it shared with our Savior. Let us consider how the Cross was united to the Lord by comparing this union to the Hypostatic Union of Humanity and Divinity in Christ.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Mary was rational while in the womb of her mother

September 8th, Feast of the Birth of Mary

Some may be surprised to learn that St. Alphonsus, whom the Church recognizes as the most learned and to trustworthy theologian regarding doctrine about the Blessed Virgin Mary, teaches as certain and deserving of pious belief that Our Lady had the perfect use of reason from the first moment of her Immaculate Conception. Mary was no ordinary child in the womb, nor was she a typical infant or young girl.

Rather, according to the Marian Doctor, the Blessed Mary had attained to the use of reason even while in the womb of her mother. Let us consider the reasons for holding this pious belief, and then ponder what it would take for Our Lady to be so exceptionally blessed.

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Daily Sermons, August 5 and 6 -- Mother Teresa, and the Sorrowful Virgin

Friday, August 5: Blessed Mother Teresa, Love Means Giving Till It Hurts

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Saturday, August 6: Consoling the Sorrowful Heart of Mary

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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Sunday Sermon, August 31 -- How Catholics Suffer Well

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Daily Sermons: September 3rd and 4th

September 3rd: Christ Knew Everything, Even You (Feast of St. Gregory the Great)

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September 4th: Why we celebrate Mass in a Sacred Place with Sacred Things

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