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Aug 28 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W: Prepare for the Master's Coming AIRMARIA.COM - August 28, 2014 Homily #140828n ( 07min) Play – Fr. Maximilian comments on the words of Our Lord in today's Gospel, reminding us to "be prepared, for at an hour you do not expect, the Son of Man will come." In order to do this, Father presents the example of today's Saint, St. Augustine, who sought the truth all his life and was, by grace, lead to give up his sins and become a great saint. May we, with the enabling action of grace, ...http://airmaria.com/2014/08/28/aug-28-homily-fr-maximilian-w-prepare-for-the-masters-coming/

Daily Homily: Woe to You, Scribes and Pharisees, You Hypocrites ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - August 26, 2014 -- 2 Thessalonians 3:6-10,16-18 Psalm 128:1-2,4-5 Matthew 23:27-32 Today's Gospel finishes our reading of the seven woes pronounced by Jesus upon the scribes and Pharisees. Each one of them reveals an aspect of their hypocrisy. On the outside, the scribes and pharisees present themselves as: authentic teacher...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/i05YnnlmTV4/daily-homily-woe-to-you-scribes-and-pharisees-you-hypocrites

Aug 25 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W: First the Soul AIRMARIA.COM - August 25, 2014 Homily #140825n ( 05min) Play – Father Maximilian contrasts the Pharisees condemned by Our Lord in today's reading with today's Saint, the great King St. Louis IX, who didn't stop at appearances, but first considered his soul and the souls of his people, allowing the Gospel to transform his entire life. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Louis IX – Form: OF Readings: Monday in the 21st Week in Ordinary Time 1st: 2th 1:1-5, ...http://airmaria.com/2014/08/25/aug-25-homily-fr-maximilian-w-first-the-soul/

Aug 24 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W: The Anointed and His Minister AIRMARIA.COM - August 24, 2014 Homily #140824n ( 11min) Play – Father Maximilian goes over some of the themes present in today's Gospel reading, focusing particularly on Jesus as the Messiah, the Anointed One, and His appointment of Peter as the "Rock" upon which the Church stands. Let us look to the Holy Father for guidance and keep Him constantly in our prayers. Ave Maria! Mass: 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time – Sunday – Form: OF Readings: 1st: isa ...http://airmaria.com/2014/08/24/aug-24-homily-fr-maximilian-w-the-anointed-and-his-minister/

On This Rock (21 A) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - August 24, 2014 Since the Gospel today has a very serious message, I thought I would start with a joke. But since nothing funny came to mind, I googled "homily and joke." What came back was this: "Many thanks to all those who donated to the special collection for 'Homily Appreciation.'" What was really funny was that when I looked carefully at the website, it wasn't a joke! I'd like to meet that priest some day… Speaking of jokes and homilies, I was ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2014/08/on-this-rock-21-a.html

Faith and Relationship With Christ CREO EN DIOS! - August 24, 2014 In today's Gospel, Jesus asks his disciples, "Who do people say I am." And then he asks them what my friend Fr. Dan Griffith suggested in his homily this morning is the most important question we can ask ourselves: "Who do you say I am." Peter answers, "You are the Christ, the son of the living God." Here is what Pope Francis said in his Angeles address today about Peter's reply and Jesus' reaction thereto: This Sunday's ...http://susanjoan.wordpress.com/2014/08/24/faith-and-relationship-with-christ/

Homily for Today G-MANS JOURNEY - August 24, 2014 How mysterious are the ways of the Lord! From today's readings, we perceive the depth of the riches, wisdom and knowledge of God. We come to the realization that the judgments of God that were unsearchable and mysterious at the time of their occurrence were made known in time as they unravelled themselves. Not knowing the mind of the Lord, no one can tell today how His progressive Divine Plan is unravelling itself. But looking back in history, at the unravelled prophetic ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2014/08/homily-for-today_24.html

The Church Is Not the Prophet We Want; But the Prophet We Need (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - August 24, 2014 In today's Gospel the Apostles face a choice: Play it safe; or a put everything on the line. First the Lord asks an easy question: "What are folks saying about me?" And they all have something to say. Then, Jesus puts them on the spot: "And who do you say that I am?" Now Simon steps out alone: "You are the Anointed One: the Son of the Living God." Even early in life—when we're kids in school— we face the choice of melting into the crowd, or ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/08/the-church-is-not-prophet-we-want-but.html

Homily: Disturbance BUKAS PALAD - August 24, 2014 ... into friendship with him. Or, whether we are desirous of entering even more. Or, perhaps, why we are standing by, waiting for the right time. Or even, if I am slowly stepping back and away? Wherever we are in our friendship with Jesus, the grace of today's gospel passage is that this question (which we know so well) is giving us another chance to answer: Who do we say that Jesus is in our lives? What is our conviction about Jesus who promises to be with us to ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2014/08/homily-disturbance.html

Praying for Our Pope DO WHATEVER HE TELLS YOU! (JN 2:5) - August 24, 2014 Homily 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time A Christ the King Topeka 24 August 2014 Daily Readings Audio Catholics don't elect their Pope, the visible head and authoritative voice and the recognized Papa or father or the family that is the Catholic Church. Catholics don't elect their pope, they pray for their pope. When a new pope is to be elected, Catholics pray for the election, that they would receive through the work of the Holy Spirit a holy pope, a good shepherd who teaches ...http://frmitchel.blogspot.com/2014/08/praying-for-our-pope.html

God at Work HEART FOR GOD - August 24, 2014 ... our salvation. I say "part" because God was at work before this and he has been at work since. God is at work right now for our salvation! God was at work when Isaiah was writing. There had been unfaithfulness in Israel. God's desire for his people had been corrupted. Instead of being a model to the nations of who God is, Israel had become like the pagan nations around them. But in the words of St Paul in last week's Epistle, the gifts and the call of God are irrevocable . God never abandons ...http://heartforgodltd.blogspot.com/2014/08/god-at-work.html

Aug 23 – Homily – Fr Louis Maximilian: Good and Bad Example AIRMARIA.COM - August 23, 2014 Homily #140823n ( 12 min) Play – Father Louis Maximilian takes two points from today's Gospel. First is the need for good example, both to ourselves (i.e. a sincere and consistent life) and to others. If we don't have this, not only will we not sweeten the message of the Gospel with our deeds, but we will embitter it. Second is how to react to bad example, especially by those in authority over us. We are not excused ...http://airmaria.com/2014/08/23/aug-23-homily-fr-louis-maximilian-good-and-bad-example/

Homily for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2014 BIG C CATHOLICS - August 23, 2014 Fr. René J. Butler, M.S. Director, La Salette Shrine Enfield, NH Who was Shebna? Who was Eliakim? Why did Shebna lose his job to Eliakim? Why should we care? These questions are pretty irrelevant. Today's reading from Isaiah was clearly selected only because of its reference to keys. The questions in today's Gospel, on the other hand, are far from irrelevant. Can you imagine a head ofhttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2014/08/homily-for-21st-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

If No One Is Pope, Everyone Is Pope – A Homily for the 21st Sunday of the Year ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON - August 23, 2014 The Gospel today sets forth the biblical basis for the Office of Peter—the Office of the Papacy—for Peter's successors are the popes. The word "pope" is simply an English version (via Anglo-Saxon and Germanic tongues) of the word "papa." The Pope is affectionately called "Papa" in Italian and Spanish as an affectionate indication that he […]http://blog.adw.org/2014/08/if-no-one-is-pope-everyone-is-pope-a-homily-for-the-21st-sunday-of-the-year/

Sunday Homily 21st Year A HUMBLEPIETY - August 23, 2014 http://humblepiety.blogspot.com/2014/08/sunday-homily-21st-year-a.html

A Poll--Arized World FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - August 23, 2014 Hi everyone! Here's my homily for AUGUST 24, 2014 - the 21st SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (given at Holy Family Church, Nutley,NJ) The readings for today's Mass comes from http://usccb.org/bible/readings/082414.cfm. Thanks as always for your feedback and sharing this homily. God Bless. One quick commercial... our Newman Catholic Center had some phenomenal news recently... the Archdiocese of Newark purchased the house next door for our use! Any ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2014/08/a-poll-arized-world.html

Deacon Bob's Homily for Thursday, 20th Week of Ordinary Time, Year II CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - August 21, 2014 Here is my homily from this morning's Mass. God bless each of you. Our Lord presents to us many different images of the "Kingdom of God" in the gospels, especially the Gospel of Matthew. You know the images. The Kingdom of God is like a mustard seed, the smallest of all seeds, yet when planted grows into a large tree in which birds of the air find a home. The Kingdom of God is like a field in which is buried a great treasure which a man sells everything he ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2014/08/deacon-bobs-homily-for-thursday-20th-week-of-ordinary-time-year-ii/

Aug 19 – Homily – Fr Angelo: Christ Became Poor to Make Us Rich AIRMARIA.COM - August 19, 2014 Homily #140819n ( 12min) Play – Father goes over the readings, psalm, and antiphons of today's liturgy, and shows how Jesus became poor for us, and by being united to Him, we become shares in the Divine Life of God, which is worth more than all the ephemeral riches of this passing world. And looking at today's saint, St. Louis of Toulouse, we can see a man who did give up all, became poor, and shared in the self-giving of Christ, ...http://airmaria.com/2014/08/19/aug-19-homily-fr-angelo-christ-became-poor-to-make-us-rich/

Give Up… THE DIVINE LIFE - August 19, 2014 ... Jesus said to his disciples: "Amen, I say to you, it will be hard for one who is rich to enter the Kingdom of heaven. Again I say to you, it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for one who is rich to enter the Kingdom of God." When the disciples heard this, they were greatly astonished and said, "Who then can be saved?" Jesus looked at them and said, "For men this is impossible, but for God all things are possible." Then Peter said to him in reply, "We have given up ...http://catholicjournaling.wordpress.com/2014/08/19/give-up/

"This Is the Message I Leave You: Trust in the Power of Christ's Cross!" WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - August 18, 2014 HOMILY OF POPE FRANCIS MASS FOR PEACE AND RECONCILIATION MYEONG-DONG CATHEDRAL SEOUL 18 AUGUST 2014 Dear Brothers and Sisters, As my stay in Korea draws to a close, I thank God for the many blessings he has bestowed upon this beloved country, and in a special way, upon the Church in Korea. Among those blessings I especially treasure the experience we have all had in these recent days of the presence of so many young pilgrims from throughout Asia. Their love of Jesus and ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2014/08/this-is-message-i-leave-you-trust-in.html

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