Tag Archives: conversion

Daily Mass: Woe is me! Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Friday of the 26th Week of the Year

It will not go well for the cities of Chorazin, Bethsaida and Capernaum; Jesus preached in their midst and they have not responded.  It’s a good reminder for us who have been raised with the Gospel…are we merely “cultural” Christians, or has the Good News touched our hearts and changed our lives?

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Daily Mass: Learning and sharing the Faith. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Thursday of the 3rd Week of Easter

Philip took time to instruct the Ethiopian eunuch about the book of the prophet Isaiah, which led to his conversion and baptism.  Every day we have opportunities to share our faith and help guide others so that they can grow as disciples of Jesus Christ.

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Daily Mass: The sign of repentance. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Wednesday of 1st Lent

God calls every generation to repentance as we observe in the book of Jonah and the Gospel of Luke today.  Rather than chase after miracles, wonders and signs, may we respond to this ongoing call to conversion of heart – turning away from sin and turning toward the Lord.

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Daily Mass: The conversion of St. Paul. Catholic Inspiration

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Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – The Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, Apostle

St. Paul’s conversion shows how God calls us to make changes in our lives as we draw close to Jesus Christ and proclaim the Good News.  The Lord reaches out to us in our weakness, inspiring us to turn away from our sins and become living witnesses to the world.


Daily Mass: Final Judgment. Catholic Inspiration

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Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Friday of the 34th Week of the Year

We acknowledge that at the end of time there will be a final judgment – where our lives will be examined and we will either be saved or damned in the light of our relationship with Jesus Christ.

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The Last Judgment, Michelangelo, 1536-1541, Sistine Chapel, Vatican.


Daily Mass: Turning a Sinner into a Saint. Catholic Inspiration

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Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily – Friday of the 3rd Week of Easter

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Some wonderful 2nd graders from Mrs. Hockenbrock’s class visit with Fr. Andrew about the conversion of St. Paul.

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