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 […]
Rev. Canon Huberfeld homily on the Feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary. For additional homilies by Re. Huberfeld, visit http://www.institute-christ-king.org/wausau/wausau-sermons/
Fr. Anthony Amato offers this homily on abortion for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time (A), at St. Mary’s of the Lake, Ontario, NY. The topic of abortion is an uncomfortable one for all of us. It should be. But we have to talk about it, and we must talk about it relation to public […]
Fr. Mark Goring discusses the US bishops’ failure to stop the sacrilegious reception of Holy Communion during their latest meeting in Baltimore.
Fr. Altman discusses the violence being unleashed by ANTIFA and its relationship to socialism. Homily from June 5, 2020.
Fr. Edward Meeks reviews the Gospel process for reconciling with a sinner and the moral authority of the Catholic Church to admonish the sinner, including presidential candidates.
Fr. Jeffrey Kirby possess the key question that most Christians need to ask themselves today: am I willing to gladly accept the consequences of being a witness to my faith in a Godless society?
Fr. Altman repeats the question of Jesus: are you willing to drink of the chalice from which I shall drink? He reflects upon the martyrs of their day and the tyrants that took their lives. If we are truly faithful, we will be hated by the world. If not, we must ask ourselves if we […]
Fr. Thomas Dufner reflects on how far America has fallen in its morality and posses the question of which road we will choose – atheism or Christianity?
Fr. Dufner discusses the realty of Hell and the fact that people do go there without good shepherds.
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 […]
Fr. Nolan uses the Gospel reading of the Good Samaritan to describe how we should be good neighbors.