Fr. James Altman expounds on the first reading for July 1, 2020 in which the prophet Amos exhorts people to do good and avoid evil.
Fr. Edward Meeks warns that Christians living in the 21st century in America is like fish swimming in a toxic sewer. We are witnessing a culture that is rapidly spinning out-of-control and is self-destructing before our very eyes. Christians must take heed of the toxic environment that surrounds us and not ever succumb to its […]
Fr. Altman reflects upon the civil unrest being fomented by socialist forces and the failure of our leaders to confront this evil. Homily from 07/29/2020.
Fr. Daniel Nolan discusses the turn – when good begins to triumph over evil. He recalls the vision of Pope Leo XIII in 1884 which resulted in the prayer to St. Michael.
By our baptism, we have been commissioned by Jesus Christ to the mission of saving souls. This mission cannot be accomplished without entering into conflict with the world, the flesh and the devil. It is immoral to remain silent in the face of evil.
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.
Fr. Altman uses the parable of an enemy sowing weeds in the wheat field of the farmer to discuss the infiltration that has occurred in today’s Church. Homily from 07/19/2020.