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Pope Benedict XVI’s Homily on the Readings for the Fifth Sunday of Easter

This Homily was preached at Yankee Stadium on April 20, 2008.

In the Gospel we have just heard, Jesus tells his Apostles to put their faith in him, for he is “the way, and the truth and the life” ( 2,144 more words

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Made for Greatness

I think voting in the presidential election is the least impactful thing you can do to effect change. Casting your vote does not make our country great, regardless of your vote.  915 more words

Good Friday

“Let us nail ourselves to him, resisting the temptation to stand apart, or to join others in mocking him.”

– Pope Benedict

The Dance of Life

    In this Wednesday’s Gospel (Jn 5: 17-30), my Lord invites me to enter into the mystery of the Holy Trinity.  The way to do this is through faith, and the wonderful reward is the gift of Love that is eternal life. 797 more words

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Mother Angelica on the Latin Mass

It has been one year since Mother Angelica, the feisty Poor Clare nun who founded EWTN, passed away at the age of  92. While many are familiar with her no nonsense persona and larger than life accomplishments, her love for the traditional Mass isn’t as well known. 439 more words

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Pope Benedict XVI’s Commentary/Meditation on Psalm 130

Psalm 130
“Lord, hear my voice!’
Evening Prayer – Sunday of Week Fourth

1. One of the Psalms best-known and best-loved in Christian tradition has just been proclaimed:  the… 847 more words

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