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Pope’s Morning Homily: ‘Never Converse With the Devil

Never converse with the devil, who seduces and ruins lives.

According to Vatican Radio, Pope Francis stressed this to faithful during his daily morning Mass at Casa Santa Marta, drawing from today’s readings, which continued reflecting on the end of the world, as discussed…

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Daily Mass: Faith revealed in Speech and Action. Catholic Inspiration

Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Thursday of the 1st Week of Advent

In the Gospel of Matthew the Lord reminds us that our faith requires both speech and action – where our words and deeds consistently reveal to others our trust in Jesus Christ. 25 more words

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Thy Kingdom Come — Tuesday, 1st Week of Advent

Readings: Isaiah 11, Luke 10

While recently visiting the Sea of Galilee in Israel I saw something in the skies I had never seen before. 539 more words

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What Remains of Capernaum Today — Monday, 1st Week of Advent

Readings: Isaiah 4, Matthew 8

Capernaum was a home base for Jesus Christ during his ministry in Galilee. Josephus, the 1st century A.D. Roman-Jewish historian, wrote that 30,000 people lived in Capernaum. 395 more words

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And Though I Walk Through the Valley

The beauty of this phrase lies in the “though.”

Which means ‘despite,’

‘and yet,’ it also means ‘outside of,’

though.

In a way it is… 133 more words

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2nd Sunday of Advent - Cycle A (2016)

John the Baptist is one of the saints that everyone knows,
but I think it’s fair to say that he is not anyone’s favorite saint, 816 more words

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