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Sacramental confession and the certainty of forgiveness: Bishop Arthur Serratelli

Posted by Bob Herz on 5/12/19

Sacramental confession and the certainty of forgiveness

A few years ago, Paul Croituru and his young son went out treasure hunting near their native village in Romania. To their surprise, they discovered ancient Greek currency dating back 2,350 years to the time of King Philip II. The 300 silver ... Read More »

Pope Francis Easter Vigil in the Holy Night of Easter (31 March 2018)

Posted by Bob Herz on 5/04/19

  EASTER VIGIL IN THE HOLY NIGHT OF EASTER HOMILY OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS Vatican BasilicaHoly Saturday, 20 April 2019 [Multimedia]

 

1. The women bring spices to the tomb, but they fear that their journey is in vain, since a large stone bars the entrance to the ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock's Easter Sunday Homily 2019

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 4/22/19

EASTER 2019

APRIL 21, 2019

THERE IS AN EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE THAT TAKES PLACE AT THE EDGE OF THE GRAND CANYON. SOMEONE READS THE SCRIPTURE PASSAGE: “AND AN ANGEL OF THE LORD DESCENDED FROM HEAVEN AND ROLLED BACK THE STONE” SUDDENLY A GIANT BOULDER IS HEAVED OVER THE RIM ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock's Holy Thursday Homily 2019

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 4/22/19

HOLY THURSDAY APRIL 18, 2019

IT IS THE MASS THAT MATTERS IN 2019

ON MONDAY APRIL 15, PEOPLE OF FAITH AND NO FAITH, ALL OVER THE WORLD, WERE SHOCKED AND SADDENED AS THEY WATCHED THE CATHEDRAL OF NOTRE DAME OF PARIS IN FLAMES. YOUNG AND OLD ALIKE WERE WEEPING ... Read More »

Evidence for the Resurrection - Josh McDowell

Posted by Bob Herz on 4/20/19

Evidence for the Resurrection by Josh McDowell

For centuries many of the world's distinguished philosophers have assaulted Christianity as being irrational, superstitious and absurd. Many have chosen simply to ignore the central issue of the resurrection. Others have tried to explain it away through various theories. But the historical ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on the Saints in the Stained Glass Windows - Homily from April 7, 2019

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 4/08/19

SAINTS IN THE STAINED GLASS WINDOWS

FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT APRIL 7, 2019

IN THE MIDDLE AGES STAINED GLASS WINDOWS WERE USED TO TEACH STORIES OF THE BIBLE AND ABOUT THE SAINTS. BECAUSE THE MAJORITY OF EUROPE’S POPULATION COULD NOT READ, STAINED GLASS WINDOWS BECAME THE CHURCH’S STORYBOOK. THROUGH ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on Abortion and Excommunication - Homily from February 3, 2019

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 2/04/19

ABORTION AND EXCOMMUNICATION

FOURTH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2019

WHEN THE PEOPLE IN THE SYNAGOGUE HEARD THIS THEY WERE ALL FILLED WITH FURY. THEY ROSE UP, DROVE HIM OUT OF THE TOWN, AND LED HIM TO THE BROW OF THE HILL ON WHICH THEIR TOWN HAD BEEN BUILT, TO HURL ... Read More »

Pope Francis Homily at World Youth Day Mass at St. John Paul II Field

Posted by Bob Herz on 1/27/19

Pope Francis Homily at World Youth Day Mass at St. John Paul II Field January 27, 2019

PANAMA – 27.01.2019 – 08.00

Holy Mass for World Youth Day Campo San Juan Pablo II – Metro Park

Homily of the Holy Father Official translation

“The eyes of all in the ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock's Epiphany Homily - January 6, 2019

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 1/07/19

EPIPHANY 2019 JANUARY 6

WHEN JESUS WAS BORN IN BETHLEHEM WISE MEN FROM THE EAST CAME TO DO HIM HOMAGE. WHO WERE THESE WISE MEN?

THE MAGI AS THEY ARE CALLED WERE A TRIBE OF PRIESTS. WHAT THE LEVITES WERE IN ISRAEL, THE MAGI WERE IN PERSIA. THEY BECAME THE ... Read More »

Pope Francis Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God (January 1, 2019)

Posted by Bob Herz on 1/05/19

Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God (1 January 2019) | Francis   HOMILY OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS Vatican BasilicaTuesday, 1 January 2019 [Multimedia]

“All who heard were amazed at what the shepherds told them” (Lk 2:18). To be amazed: this is what is asked of us today, at ... Read More »