A weekly homily podcast from Bishop Robert Barron, produced by Word on Fire Catholic Ministries.
Every week, Catholic priest Fr. Mike Schmitz delivers powerful homilies based on the Sunday Mass Scripture readings, inviting you to live more fully as the person God created you to be. Engaging and motivating, these 20-30 minute homilies will help ground your faith, fortify your heart, and transform your life. Fr. Mike Schmitz preaches from Duluth Minnesota, where he serves as the Newman chaplain for University Minnesota Duluth’s Bulldog Catholic campus ministry.
Sermons from an Episcopal Priest, presently Priest-in-Charge at The Church of the Resurrection, Eugene, OR.
The Sunday Homilies of Bishop Louis F. Kihneman III
These are Homilies or Sermons delivered by Deacon Joe Dietz, filed by date and liturgical calendar.
Weekly Audio Homily from Fr. Jim Northrop, Pastor of St. Thomas in Tukwila, Wa Website: http://www.thegraceofpentecost.com
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Grand Rapids, MI
Podcast by Fr. JD Matherne
Homilies given at St Pius X Catholic Newman Center on the Campus of Pitt State University
No Spin Homilies
Dr. Chris Stroud sits down with Fr. Daniel Scheidt to discuss topics that might not fit in the homily.
Podcast by Fr Sean Kilcawley
Homilies and Christian Education audio from All Saints Anglican Church in San Antonio, TX, a parish in the Diocese of the West in the Church of Nigeria North American Mission (Anglican Communion).
Homilies given by Father James Hudgins, Pastor of St. Theresa Catholic Church in Ashburn, Virginia. The seven most recent homilies are available via podcast; for the archives, visit www.FatherHudgins.com.
Our Lady of The Lake Parish, Lake Oswego, OR
Let everything that breathes praise the Lord! (Ps. 150:6)
Listen to homilies from Tulane Catholic, delivered to your iPhone, iPod, or other device. If you find these homilies helpful, please prayerfully consider supporting our ministry: https://catholic.tulane.edu/donate
A priest of the Catholic Diocese of Springfield in Illinois offers his thoughts on the Word of God as proclaimed throughout the world, Sunday after Sunday.
Preached during Holy Mass at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish
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Each week Fr. Adam Wilczak will post his Sunday homilies.
Want to get more out of Mass? Discover the compelling context behind each weekend's readings.
Deacon Matthew Newsome is a deacon of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlotte and campus minister at Western Carolina University.
Join Fr Rob as he passionately reflects on the Sunday Gospel readings, and how we can apply these reflections to our lives today.
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, including Fr. Chris Alar, Fr. Kaz Chwalek, and many more. 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!
Homilies, reflections on Vocation, and some occasional surprises.
Can scripture speak to you now, in this time in your life and circumstances? Yes! Discover how to more fully integrate God’s word into your life with this Sunday homily series. We are clear about what we want you to know, what we want you to do (a challenge for the week), and why it matters. Join us weekly and share with your friends.
Fr. Kyle White is Pastor at St. Leo the Great Church in Lafayette. We form missionary disciples by modeling intimacy w/ God and running together toward heaven. To learn more about St. Leo, visit stleolafayette.com
Fr. Andrew Ricci offers inspirational homilies and talks to help people grow in faith. These reflections are part of his meditations at Three Great Things where we grow as disciples of the Lord through Study, Prayer, and Service.
Sunday homilies from the Cathedral Church of Saint Luke in Orlando, FL.
Homilies preached by Fr Luke Goymour at St Thomas of Canterbury Brandon and St John the Evangelist, Mildenhall. Suffolk, UK. Fr Luke is a parish priest and chaplain to the Diocesan Youth Service of East Anglia.
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/..
The homilies - in English and Spanish - as recorded at Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Mesa, AZ
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.
An Orthodox Christian podcast channel in honor and memory of Fr Seraphim Rose (1934-1982). Fr Seraphim was a hieromonk, author and speaker who dedicated his life to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and calling modern man to repentance, faith and true life in Christ. From his remote monastic cabin in the mountains of northern California, he produced writings that have reached millions throughout the earth. Today he is one of the most beloved spiritual teachers in America, Russia and Europe. His spo ...
Sunday Homilies from Fr. John Schneier, priest of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, MO.
Father Koehl's recorded homilies, most of which are given at Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Each homily is available for 3 months following publication.
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Join Fr. Mark in breaking open God's Word in his homilies; take a listen.
Praedicare - “to preach”… a podcast of homilies by Fr. Matt Nagle, a Roman Catholic Priest serving as the chaplain and director of the Didde Catholic Campus Center at Emporia State University and as Pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Hartford, KS. If anyone would like to support the Didde Catholic Campus Center please visit https://www.diddecenter.org/donate or you can find us on Venmo @Didde-Center
Fr. Jonathan Meyer, pastor of All Saints Parish in Dearborn County, IN.
Friends, our first reading for this Sunday is a section of the marvelous story of Naaman the Syrian from the Second Book of Kings. The spiritual lesson is this: where you stumble, dig for treasure. We all have some leprosy—some ailment or struggle or weakness that embarrasses us or makes us suffer. Precisely because it leads us on the path of humil…
Fr. Pacer - Why Are You Mad, You're Not That Good by Saint Patrick Parish HomiliesBy Saint Patrick Parish Homilies
By Rev. Daniel P. O‘Mullane
All 3 readings for this weekend teach us about faith.To read this week's readings, go to: usccb.orgBy email@example.com (Breadbox Media)
Sun., October 2, 2022: "Crisis Pregnancy: Serving Both Mother and Child” - Rev. John Kerns, Pastor
St. Francis of Assisi, Deacon, Religious, Founder of the Three Orders (Solemnity)By Daily readings and homily
Fr. Dan VolkertBy Fr. Dan Volkert
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, including Fr. Chris Alar, Fr. Kaz Chwalek, and many more. May they help you to live by God’s will that you may play …
Homily for the 27th Sunday of Ordinary Time 13m38s
We all have trust issues, but Jesus says that with even a little trust in Him, we can do the impossible.By St. Leo - Lafayette
How do we go above and beyond in our faith? Doing good is a moral obligation, but enduring evils is also something Christians are called upon to do with charity and patience, trusting in the Providence of God. Homily preached at by Deacon Matt Newsome at St. Mary Mother of God Roman Catholic Church in Sylva, NC, on Sunday, October 2, 2022.…
Father Hudgins' homily: Who Am I Trying to Please?By Father James Hudgins
From the University Parish of Christ Sun of Justice, Troy NYBy Fr. Larry Rice
27sun2022cBy Fr. Raymond Suriani
Being an unprofitable servant seeking to increase our faithBy Fr. Cory Sticha
Again, the homilist must have forgotten to record September 18. Too bad; it built on an earlier Sunday's pronouncement that life is not a game. On September 25, the deacon preached. -- We need to become more comfortable with the statement "We are unprofitable servants" so that we will wait actively for "the vision."…
By Fr Mark Bernhard
Text: Ephesians 3:13-end
A homily for the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C 10/2/22--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/frmatt-nagle/message
27th Week in Ordinary Time: To Be Honest Wk 3: You Were Made For Greatness October 2, 2022 www.saintmary.life
Stir Into Flame The Gift Of God That You Have Received As Followers & Disciples Of Christ.By Nativity BVM
October 2, 2022By Trinity Lutheran Church
Who's more "enlightened"? Someone with faith, or someone without it?By Fr. John Schneier
The post 27th Sunday of the Year appeared first on St. Mary's Catholic Church.By Timothy Nielsen
Join Fr Rob as he reflects on the Sunday Gospel readings and how we can apply these reflections to our lives today. 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time Gospel: Luke 17:5-10By FRG Ministry
Faith is a precious gift. In today's homily, the first in his new parish, Fr Luke looks at how we can increase the gift of faith.
Reading of a Gospel homily of Fr Seraphim Rose given in 1982. Shared by the ‘Orthodox Wisdom’ YouTube channel. Title: Each of Us is Potentially a Judas.
By Fr. Adam
What do we produce? Enjoy this week's homily.By Fr. JD Matherne
Homily from the Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time. Duty is not the enemy. So much of life is doing our duty. Doing what we are supposed to do. And yet, there are times when this means that we only “go through the motions”. There is a chance for us to do more however…we can choose to grow. Mass Readings from October 2, 2022: Habakkuk 1:2-3; 2:2…
Did You Know the Trinity is Represented in the Opening Scene of Pinocchio? by Fr. Michael DenkBy Fr. Michael Denk
Homily From Fr Jim ChernBy Fr Jim Chern
Recognizing Our Need by Fr Sean KilcawleyBy Fr Sean Kilcawley
By Tulane Catholic
St Pius X Catholic Student Center- Fr Derek Thome - Year C
As we read today, Jeremiah account of the Lord telling him to buy a field just before the destruction of Jerusalem and the exile into Babylon, a promise of restoration. Luke who wrote the gospel from which we read today, describes the coming of that restoration at the beginning of his gospel. Our Epistle today soberly reminds us, it's possible to g…
On the Communicantes of the Mass. The favorite saints of our ancient Roman ancestors show us the proper orientation of priorities. “If the Mass is too long, your love is too short.” - St. Josemaria Escrivá A continuation of Fr. Koehl’s series on the Holy Mass, given at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Huntington, Indiana.…
Homily for the Memorial of St. Pius of Petreclina, Padre Pio. A saint who knew the value of a timely rebuke, and so should we.By Deacon Joe Dietz
This week's lessons: https://www.lectionarypage.net/YearC_RCL/Pentecost/CProp20_RCL.html (Because of a microphone failure, this week's audio quality is not up to par.)By T. Birch Rambo
Join Dr Stroud as he hears from Father Daniel Scheidt on the humble origins of the Oratory of St Mary Magdalene Adoration Chapel in Fort Wayne. He shares the planning that went into the architecture and how decisions were made for each artwork component, among other seemingly destined details.By Spoke Street
Sep 18th 2022 - Fr Gabriel (English)
Margaret Hothem shoes her reflections on SabbathBy Union Congregational Church Magnolia
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