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Monsignor Yennock on the Centennial of Our Lady of Fatima - Homily from October 8, 2017

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 10/13/17

OUR LADY OF FATIMA CENTENNIAL

TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

OCTOBER 8, 2017

ON OCTOBER 13, 1917, 70,000 PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER EUROPE AND THE MIDDLE EAST GATHERED AT FATIMA IN PORTUGAL. THREE CHILDREN TOLD THEIR PARENTS AND THE PARISH PRIEST THAT A BEAUTIFUL LADY PROMISED THEM A MIRACLE.

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“The Dignity of the Person and Human Rights”: Apostolic Journey to Colombia 10 September 2017) | Pope Francis

Posted by Bob Herz on 9/30/17

Apostolic Journey to Colombia: Holy Mass (port of Contecar, Cartagena - 10 September 2017) | Francis Port of Contecar (Cartagena de Indias)Sunday, 10 September 2017   “The Dignity of the Person and Human Rights”  

In this city, which has been called “heroic” for its tenacity in defending freedom ... Read More »

The Liability of Labels

Posted by Bob Herz on 9/30/17

The Liability of Labels

In 2014, a man wrote into the advice column of musician Andrew W.K. in the Village Voice, complaining that he “just can’t deal with” his 65-year-old “super right-wing conservative” father who is “intent on ruining our relationship and our planet with his politics.” The response ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock's Homily September 24, 2017 - It's Not Fair (Laborers in the Vineyard)

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 9/25/17

IT’S NOT FAIR (Laborers in the vineyard)

25TH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR (Matt. 20:1-16)

SEPTEMBER 24, 2017

 

YOU THINK IT’S FAIR? WE CAME HERE AT 5 O’CLOCK THIS MORNING. WE WORKED ALL DAY IN THE HOT SUN. WE BROUGHT YOUR CROP IN BEFORE THE RAIN. THESE MEN WORKED ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on The Storms In Our Lives - Homily from August 13, 2017

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 8/14/17

STORMS IN OUR LIVES

NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

AUGUST 13, 2017

 

SOME OF YOU MAY REMEMBER THE STORY OF SCOTT RIGSBY.

IN 2007 SCOTT RIGSBY WAS THE FIRST DOUBLE-LEG AMPUTEE USING PROSTHETICS EVER TO CROSS THE FINISH LINE IN THE SPORTING WORLD'S MOST GRUELING AND PRESTIGIOUS EVENT, ... Read More »

THE ASSUMPTION OF MARY: A BELIEF SINCE APOSTOLIC TIMES

Posted by Bob Herz on 8/13/17

THE ASSUMPTION OF MARY:  A BELIEF SINCE APOSTOLIC TIMES

The Assumption is the oldest feast day of Our Lady, but we don't know how it first came to be celebrated.

Its origin is lost in those days when Jerusalem was restored as a sacred city, at the time of ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock's Homily July 30, 2017 - Treasure in a Field

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 7/31/17

TREASURE IN A FIELD

SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

JULY 30, 2017

A WIDOW IN SYRIA, THE MOTHER OF NINE CHILDREN WHOSE HUSBAND WAS KILLED BY A SNIPER SAID: “WE’RE JUST LIVING ON THE EDGE OF LIFE. WE’RE ALWAYS NERVOUS, WE’RE ALWAYS AFRAID”.

THE UN HAS REPORTED THAT OVER ... Read More »

Angelus by Pope Francis - July 16, 2017

Posted by Bob Herz on 7/29/17

Angelus, 16 July 2017 | Francis POPE FRANCIS ANGELUS Saint Peter's SquareSunday, 16 July 2017 [Multimedia]  

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Good morning!

When Jesus spoke, he used simple words and he also used images which were examples taken from daily life, in order to be easily understood by ... Read More »

Judgmental? Making a moral judgment or judging someone's soul

Posted by Bob Herz on 7/29/17

Judgmental? Making a moral judgment or judging someone s soul

It’s fascinating how some people who don’t regularly read the Bible are quick to quote one scriptural verse back to Christians: “Don’t judge” (Matthew 7:1). This line is commonly used to silence us from speaking out on moral matters. “You ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock's Homily July 9, 2017 - Herman the Cripple

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 7/12/17

HERMAN THE CRIPPLE II

FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

JULY 9, 2017

BY NOW YOU HAVE ALL HEARD OF THE CASE OF CHARLIE GARD A BABY BORN IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. CHARLIE WAS BORN WITH A SERIOUS GENETIC DISEASE. HE HAS BEEN IN THE HOSPITAL SINCE BIRTH ALMOST A ... Read More »

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