Throughout the world the Church celebrates Respect Life Sunday, although as Catholics we are called by Christ to respect human life every day. The basis of the Church’s teaching on life is rooted throughout Scripture, especially in the very beginning of the book of Genesis. The Trinity chose to create life, “Let us make man in … Continued
Fr McCarthy, in the past Sunday’s homily, reflected on our mission to draw closer to God in the practicing of our faith. Listen in as he talks about the rewards available to us as we strengthen our relationship with God.
Fr McCarthy speaks volumes about God’s presence in our lives always looking for us to be in unity with him through our good moments and through our doubts until the very end of our Earthly lives.
Father McCarthy gave a very insightful homily on God’s mercy. Fr McCarthy talked about at those moments in our lives when we can distinguish between right and wrong we understand God’s mercy for us and those around us. Listen in by clicking the link below.
Father McCarthy explores a very difficult topic for all of us in his last Sunday homily. Do we confront those we know when they are not following the ways of faith? And, how should we do that? Click below to listen in:
Fr McCarthy reflects on this past Sunday’s readings and captures just how difficult it can be as a disciple of Christ. Yet, makes a point of reminding us God is there for us, will accompany us and will reward us.
We mentioned August the Catholic church remembers the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The Immaculate Heart of Mary is often pictured as being pierced by a sword, just as the Sacred Heart of Jesus is often pictured as being surrounded by a crown of thorns. In harkening back to the early life of Mary, we are … Continued
This past week Fr McCarthy started his weekly homily talking about how “freaked out” the apostles must have felt when Jesus approached them in the storm walking on water. Then pointed out, how re-assuring it must have been to know Jesus will be there. Listen in to his homily by clicking below:
Father McCarthy this past Sunday honored the grandparents of Jesus, St. Ann and St Joachim, emphasizing their role and our roles today in the lives of children and grandchildren. As Father McCarthy commented, “Can you imagine how Mary may have reacted if her parents did not install a faith in God in her?”
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