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Dec 23, 2018

 

We are now in the 4th week of Advent, Christmas will be here before we know it. All 4 candles of the advent wreath are fully aglow filling the room with light to remind us how close we are to the arrival of the Light of the World. The Prophecy we read in Micah says: But you, Bethlehem-Ephrathah, least among the clans of Judah, from you shall come forth one who is to be ruler in Israel. Bethlehem actually translates as "House of Bread"...

 

Dec 16, 2018

This 3rd week of advent begins with Gaudete Sunday. Gaudete means Rejoice! We take it from the Traditional Introit heard at Mass: Gaudete in Domino semper: iterum dico, gaudete ...that translates as Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, Rejoice! This is the week of the different color advent candle and vestments. While you may be thinking it’s pink, the actual color is rose to symbolize rejoicing in the closeness of Christmas. This week we're going to look at the Genealogy of Jesus found at the beginning of Matthew’s Gospel. I know what you're thinking… What rejoicing is there in a long list of Old Testament figures, half of whom I’ve never heard of? Well if we dig deeper there a few names that stand out...

Dec 8, 2018

People not that familiar with the New Testament, probably assume the Gospels begin with some cute verse, like, It came upon a midnight clear, or Away in a Manger no crib for a bed. But none of the first verses of any of the Gospels, begin with a Christmas narrative. Matthew starts with a long Geneology and while the Gospel of John’s beginning may sound more familiar: In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God… after that the Gospel of John along with Mark and Luke all tell us something first about John the Baptist before they ever talk about Jesus.

Why is John the Baptist so important? What can we learn from him this Advent?

Dec 1, 2018

Advent is now underway. This week we’ll take a look at what the word advent actually means. The word advent comes from the Latin word ADVENTUS, which translates as arrival or coming...

Oct 31, 2018

Catholicism and Halloween - A Presentation on Halloween and it's Relationship with Christianity, given by Fr Kyle Doustou of the Diocese of Portland, Maine. 2018

Oct 30, 2018

St. Pope John Paul II inaugurated the Third Millennium by consecrating it to Our Lady.

He also wrote an Apostolic Letter, Novo Millennio Ineunte (At the Beginning of the New Millennium) and said,

“We are certainly not seduced by the naive expectation that, faced with the great challenges of our time, we shall find some magic formula. No, we shall not be saved by a formula but by a Person, and the assurance which he gives us: I am with you! . . .

“This programme for all times is our programme for the third Millennium. . . . 

“First of all, I have no hesitation in saying that all pastoral initiatives must be set in relation to holiness. . . . holiness remains more than ever an urgent pastoral task.” 

This is a THREE TALK set of a retreat on Blessed Pope John Paul II's Plan for the Third Millennium. It consists of four talks.

  1. Personal Holiness:  Become holy by knowing, loving and serving God.
  2. Knowing God:  The beginning of holiness through conversion and the teachings of the Church.
  3. Loving God:  The middle of holiness through obeying the Commandments, prayer, the Sacraments, consecration and reparation.
  4. Serving God:  The end of holiness through the practice of the virtues and the spiritual and corporal works of mercy

Order the CDs here:

http://www.jkmi.com/dan-lynch-store/cd-dvd/how-to-be-holy-a-retreat-by-dan-lynch-1

Oct 29, 2018

St. Pope John Paul II inaugurated the Third Millennium by consecrating it to Our Lady.

He also wrote an Apostolic Letter, Novo Millennio Ineunte (At the Beginning of the New Millennium) and said,

“We are certainly not seduced by the naive expectation that, faced with the great challenges of our time, we shall find some magic formula. No, we shall not be saved by a formula but by a Person, and the assurance which he gives us: I am with you! . . .

“This programme for all times is our programme for the third Millennium. . . . 

“First of all, I have no hesitation in saying that all pastoral initiatives must be set in relation to holiness. . . . holiness remains more than ever an urgent pastoral task.” 

This is a THREE TALK set of a retreat on Blessed Pope John Paul II's Plan for the Third Millennium. It consists of four talks.

  1. Personal Holiness:  Become holy by knowing, loving and serving God.
  2. Knowing God:  The beginning of holiness through conversion and the teachings of the Church.
  3. Loving God:  The middle of holiness through obeying the Commandments, prayer, the Sacraments, consecration and reparation.
  4. Serving God:  The end of holiness through the practice of the virtues and the spiritual and corporal works of mercy

Order the CDs here:

http://www.jkmi.com/dan-lynch-store/cd-dvd/how-to-be-holy-a-retreat-by-dan-lynch-1

Oct 29, 2018

St. Pope John Paul II inaugurated the Third Millennium by consecrating it to Our Lady.

He also wrote an Apostolic Letter, Novo Millennio Ineunte (At the Beginning of the New Millennium) and said,

“We are certainly not seduced by the naive expectation that, faced with the great challenges of our time, we shall find some magic formula. No, we shall not be saved by a formula but by a Person, and the assurance which he gives us: I am with you! . . .

“This programme for all times is our programme for the third Millennium. . . . 

“First of all, I have no hesitation in saying that all pastoral initiatives must be set in relation to holiness. . . . holiness remains more than ever an urgent pastoral task.” 

This is a THREE TALK set of a retreat on Blessed Pope John Paul II's Plan for the Third Millennium. It consists of four talks.

  1. Personal Holiness:  Become holy by knowing, loving and serving God.
  2. Knowing God:  The beginning of holiness through conversion and the teachings of the Church.
  3. Loving God:  The middle of holiness through obeying the Commandments, prayer, the Sacraments, consecration and reparation.
  4. Serving God:  The end of holiness through the practice of the virtues and the spiritual and corporal works of mercy

Order the CDs here:

http://www.jkmi.com/dan-lynch-store/cd-dvd/how-to-be-holy-a-retreat-by-dan-lynch-1

Oct 22, 2018

This is an Introduction to three talks that Dan Lynch gave at a retreat in 2003 on St. Pope John Paul II's Plan for the Third Millennium. The 3 talks will be posted in the coming days...

St. Pope John Paul II inaugurated the Third Millennium by consecrating it to Our Lady.

He also wrote an Apostolic Letter, Novo Millennio Ineunte (At the Beginning of the New Millennium) and said,

“We are certainly not seduced by the naive expectation that, faced with the great challenges of our time, we shall find some magic formula. No, we shall not be saved by a formula but by a Person, and the assurance which he gives us: I am with you! . . .

“This programme for all times is our programme for the third Millennium. . . . 

“First of all, I have no hesitation in saying that all pastoral initiatives must be set in relation to holiness. . . . holiness remains more than ever an urgent pastoral task.” 

 

Sep 28, 2018

Pray for us, O glorious St. Michael, Prince of the Church of Jesus Christ,

that we may be made worthy of His promises...

Sep 19, 2018

We present an interview with Max Becher from Catholic Rural Life and Hidden Fifth about Music, Farming, and the Catholic Church.

https://CatholicRuralLife.org/

Aug 13, 2018

O Immaculate, Queen of heaven and earth, Refuge of sinners and our most loving Mother, God has willed to entrust the entire order of mercy to You, I, an unworthy sinner, cast myself at Your feet, humbly imploring You to take me with all that I am and have, wholly to Yourself as Your possession and property. Please make of me, of all my powers of soul and body, of my whole life, death, and eternity, whatever pleases You. If it pleases You, use all that I am and have without reserve, wholly to accomplish what has been said of You: “She will crush your head”, and “You alone have destroyed all heresies in the whole world.” Let me be a fit instrument in Your immaculate and most merciful hands for introducing and increasing Your glory to the maximum in all the many strayed and indifferent souls, and thus help extend as far as possible the blessed Kingdom of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. For, wherever You enter, You obtain the grace of conversion and sanctification, since it is through Your hands that all graces come to us from the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.

V.Allow me to praise You, O most holy Virgin.

R. Give me strength against Your enemies.

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