Fr. Kirby explains how we must work to recover our reverence for the most Holy Eucharist.
Fr. Kirby discusses the need for sanctifying grace available to us through the Sacrament of Confession. Reception of Holy Communion which in a state of mortal sin is a great sacrilege that must be avoided.
Our king tells us in his written word that our bodies our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit. First Corinthians, “Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you which you have from god you are not your own you are bought with a price so glorify […]
Fr Elias gives the homily at Griswold, CT on Oct 17, 2021, on how the Apostles thought Our Lord had a political mission, not a mission of suffering. The Church still has a mission for the salvation of souls.
Fr. Thomas Dufner explains how Jesus brought together religion and marriage on a single track. Marriage is intrinsically linked to the sacrament of creation. When we follow God’s plan for marriage, we experience true happiness and salvation.
Fr. Meeks explains the challenges we face in a society which has largely rejected truth for the allure of lies and why Christians must defend the truth in love.
This Homily was presented by Fr. David Wilton on September 26, 2021 at the Divine Mercy Chapel at the Fathers of Mercy, Auburn Kentucky. Fr. Wilton discusses how true freedom needs to be based upon the truths of Jesus Christ and that we have duty, as Christians, to resist evil when present.
Fr. Thomas Dufner delivers a powerful rebuke of Catholic politicians who actively promote the practice of abortion.
Fr. Daniel Nolan discusses the problem of atheistic fear and the need for people to be vaccinated against it. We need to put our trust in God.
Fr. Matthew Kauth reflects upon the Christ’s parable of the seed falling on different kinds of ground and the fact that the seed must dies in order to yield fruit. We are easily consumed by the immediate pressures of life that take our attention away from what should be our ultimate focus – a good […]
Fr. Benedict McKenzie speaks frankly about the morality of government mandated vaccines. Fr. Benedict’s homily was removed by YouTube shortly after it was published.
Fr. Stefano Penna, pastor of St. Paul’s Catholic Co-Cathedral in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan calls out the hypocrisy of government jab mandates while society murders the “unborn.”