‘Signs of Our Times’ A radio sermon by Ven. Fulton J. Sheen delivered on January 26, 1947 Expanded radio address in transcript (below) printed in ‘Signs of Our Times’ In Light Your Lamps, 8th ed., pp. 5-17. (Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor, 1958): https://goo.gl/y7kROm Also included in Fulton J. Sheen, ‘Communism and the Conscience of […]
A series of talks by Fr. Daniel Nolan of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in Littleton, Colorado.
Fr. Altier takes a look back at the year 2020. The darkness is great, but do not fear! Stand-up for our faith and our nation.
Fr. Robert Altier looks back at the year 2019 and offers some insights for the year to come.
Fr. Justin Waltz discusses the historical rise of National Social Party in Germany, the rise of abortion in the United States and Catholic politicians who support abortion. He encourages all Catholics to pray for the conversion of Catholic politicians who support abortion.
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. Edward Meeks presents his congregation with the most important question in human history when Jesus said, “Who do you say that I am?” The question posed by Christ to his disciples is just as relevant today as it was nearly 2000 years ago. Is our faith mere lip service? Or do we really believe […]
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. 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. 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 […]