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Father Raymond Suriani served as associate and pastor of Saint Pius X Church in Westerly, RI from 1988 to 2016. He remains active in the parish for masses, confessions etc..There are hundreds of homilies from 2003 to the present. ..................... .. ..You can also visit Fr Ray's Blog which include the printed homilies at http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/..
 
These difficult times demand that we turn back to the beautiful mystery of who God is and what it means to be His cherished children. Listen in to the daily homilies from the Marian Fathers at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy. May they help you to live by God’s will that you may play an active and effective role in a world whose wellbeing requires authentic Christian witness!
 
The Living Beatitudes Community is a group of friendly and caring Christians who gather to worship together, work together, and live lives in emulation of the Spirit of the Beatitudes. These homilies were offered during our 10a Sun weekly services. Each homily is preceded by the Gospel reading and followed by discussion. The discussion is not included in this podcast. Living Beatitudes Community 20 W First Street Christ Episcopal Church, Lower Level Dayton, OH
 
Fr. Jim Chern has been a priest in the Archdiocese of Newark since 1999. He graduated with his master’s in theology from Seton Hall University. After his graduation he was assigned to Our Lady of Lourdes parish where he served as Parochial Vicar for 7 years. In 2007 he was named director of the Newman Catholic Center at Montclair State University where he still serves. In 2018 Fr. Jim was additionally named Archdiocesan Director of Campus Ministry by Cardinal Joseph Tobin.
 
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These difficult times demand that we turn back to the beautiful mystery of who God is and what it means to be His cherished children. Listen in to the daily homilies from the Marian Fathers at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy. May they help you to live by God’s will that you may play an active and effective role in a world whose wellbeing re…
 
Join Fr Rob as he reflects on the Sunday Gospel readings and how we can apply these reflections to our lives today. 2nd Sunday of Easter/Divine Mercy Sunday Gospel: John 20:19-31 For a longer explanation and reflection on this Gospel reading, check out the Catholic Influencers Podcast (Season 5, Episode 9)…
 
Friends, today’s Gospel reveals the dawning of Christianity. With his wounds bared to his disciples immediately upon his arrival in their midst, Christ shows to us also our greatest sins in those nail and spear scars. God came, and we killed him—but no sin is greater than the Lord’s love, and so he arose, offering us peace and forgiveness beyond al…
 
It’s the night of the last supper, the first mass. It's also the night we commemorate the ordination of the apostles to the priesthood and their commission to “do this in memory of me.” So it’s a special feast day for all priests and a special night to contemplate my vocation. It is the tradition, then, to preach on the priesthood. I am, afterall, …
 
Reading: Matthew 28:1-10 Originally delivered on March 31, 1991 (Scheduled to be posted on April 4, 2021) As we sing our Easter alleluias, how can we acknowledge the despair that exists by many in our world? Perhaps our alleluia can be strength for those hurting. https://fatherhealydotcom.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/beaster-3-31-91-2018-11-26-3-25-…
 
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