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Daily Mass: Who do you say that I am? Catholic Inspiration

Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Friday of the 25th Week of the Year (St. Pius of Pietrelcina)

The Lord asks his disciples “Who do you say that I am?”  After hearing their responses the Lord offers an intense answer: he is the Christ who will suffer, die and be raised on the third day.   57 more words


Engaging the Gospel - Luke 12:32-48

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C): Gospel – Luke 12:32-48

The central message of today’s Gospel is that we must be prepared, and ever vigilant, as we await the Second Coming of Christ in glory. 223 more words


How Transitions are Kind of Like Getting Lost on a Hike


It has become an unexpected theme these past few months, as I’ve processed out loud the heart wrenching and messy and beautiful process of saying goodbye to one chapter and heading into a new one. 1,897 more words

Wholehearted Living


When we go to Mass we celebrate the real presence of Jesus in several profound ways: in the Word that is proclaimed, in each person there, in the re-presentation of his dying and rising, in the prayer and worship of the community and in the food and drink we receive. 534 more words


Freedom and the Yoke of Slavery

When Saint Paul writes to the Galatians about the Yoke of Slavery, what does he mean?  What does it have to o with me?  Click on the image to find out.

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Jesus' New Commandment

Jesus’ “new commandment” to his disciples that they should love one another (Jn. 13: 34) is simple. Or is it? If it were as simple as it seems, everybody would love one another and everything would be fine. 607 more words