Fr. Kirby says that true Christian discipleship is a radical commitment to the ways of Christ. One of the ways we are called to the life of Christ is through our work. Many in today’s society are choosing not to work but to rely on government assistance. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that […]
In this Memorial Holiday sermon, Fr. James Altman expressed his gratefulness for the freedoms won by our forefathers and the sacrifices they have made. He says that we are duty-bound to drive-out the brood of ungrateful, graceless, godless vipers’ that are set on defeating America. Fr. Altman then compares the gospel of the world vs. […]
Whether you’re Catholic or not, this sermon will be of interest to you. This is how Catholic priests used to speak, before the Vatican teamed up with the globalists in the 1960s. In this Sunday Sermon, Father Echert recalls several dire predictions which were delivered in Fatima, Portugal to three shepherd children back in 1917. […]
Fr. Altier discusses Jesus’ warning that from our own number there would arise wolves. He provides examples how bishops are promoting false teaching. Jesus prayed that we would be one, but this cannot happen if we are not united in the Truth in Charity.
In today’s homily, Fr. James Altman announced he has been asked to resign his position by his bishop, Bishop Joseph Callahan. As we all know, Fr. Altman has been subject to diabolical persecution for simply doing his job as a shepherd to his flock. Unfortunately, yet not totally unexpected, the time has come for Father […]
Fr. Lampe reflects upon John’s gospel reading in which Jesus prays that His Father will protect his sheep from the Evil One, consecrating them in the Truth. He discusses Jesus’ prediction that wolves would come into the flock of Christians and mislead them. God is Truth – if we want to know Him, we must […]
Fr. Wilton reminds Catholics that we are Church of martyrs. The worst thing in the world is to lose one’s soul, not to lose our earthly lives. True Christian witness comes through commitment to exchange our lives in defense to the Truth who is Jesus Christ. Prayer is more important than ever.
Fr. Meeks reflects on 1 John chapter 3: “The reason why the world does not know us is it did not know Him.” The world refers to the world of sin estranged from God. The world cannot relate to people that live according to the will of God. We are citizens of another Kingdom – […]
Fr. Altman reflects upon the gospel story of the good shepherd. He discusses the reason why Judas likely betrayed Jesus. The good shepherd’s job is to lead us to eternal life. The bad shepherd abandons his sheep during their time of need. He cites examples of bad shepherds, including Cardinal Deardon, Bernadine and Wuerl and […]
Fr. Mark Goring explains that heaven is meant to come down. We were made to have the divine life within each of us. Without heaven dwelling in us, we are incomplete.
Fr. Richard Heilman discusses the story of the stoning of Stephen, the Church’s first martyr. Today, it is importance to take a stand for the truth instead of being concerned about politically correctness and refusing to condemn evil.
On Divine Mercy Sunday, Fr. Altman shared with his parishioners that Jesus used examples of good people and bad people in order to teach his followers right from wrong. Some of the worst offenders in Jesus’ day were the clergy of his day. Jesus’ divine mercy is available to all who sincerely repent of their […]