Homilies172 Videos

BAD SHEPHERDS: By Their Fruits You Will Know Them

BAD SHEPHERDS: By Their Fruits You Will Know Them

In this week’s Sunday Sermon from South Saint Paul, Father tackles the question of how the sheep can know the good shepherds from the bad. Shall we continue to follow bad shepherds, merely because they wear the right robes? Or do we look at them as Christ looked at the acting high priest of His […]

Cardinal Burke Warns About ‘Apostasy,’ ‘Scandal’ in Catholic Church

His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke is yet again warning Catholics about the third secret of Fatima and its connection to the growing attacks on family life being perpetrated by politicians who consider themselves followers of Christ. During a forceful sermon given at the National Blue Army Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima earlier this month, […]
Catholic Priest Unloads on Pro-Abortion Catholics

Catholics Cannot Be Pro-Abortion

Fr. Kosco discusses the issue of abortion, reflecting upon his service in the Peace Corp. near Auswitch. He ponders the question how could the Holocaust happened and its relationship to abortion today. Please help Rev. Kosco build a church at St. Henry Catholic Parish: St. Henry Building Fund 24750 W Lower Buckeye Rd Buckeye, AZ […]
Charity Rejoices in Truth

Charity Rejoices in Truth

Fr. Robert Altier’s homily from February 3, 2019 addresses the madness that is now sweeping our nation, distinguishing from true Charity that rejoices in the truth.
Christ the King and Baal (Pachamama) Cannot Co Exist

Christ the King and Baal (Pachamama) Cannot Co Exist

In the historical and inerrant Book of Genesis, there is that special verse…that special sentence in Chapter 3…where the good Lord put enmity between the woman and the serpent. In other words, the Almighty Himself established an enemy relationship…an irreconcilable feud ultimately between Mary and Satan. Holy Moses put it this way in Genesis 3:15: […]
Fr. Joseph Illo’s 8/19/18 homily about clerical abuse

Clerical Abuse

Fr. Illo reads a letter from Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone on the clerical abuse crisis and then reflects on the causes and remedies.