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Daily Mass: We are living examples of faith in Christ. Catholic Inspiration

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The Letter to the Ephesians offers an inspirational view of the power of our Christian example.

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 28th Week of the Year

School Mass: The Solemnity of All Saints. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – The Solemnity of All Saints

When athletes compete in a stadium, the cheering crowd inspires and encourages them to do their best.  In a similar way the saints inspire us with their example – they cheer us on from Heaven – and at the same time remind us that we can join them as we embrace the challenges of this life with our eyes fixed on Jesus…our coach, trainer, medic, and greatest fan.


Archive of Fr. Andrew’s Podcasts

Daily Mass: The world is perplexed. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Thursday of the 25th Week of the Year

Herod is perplexed.  Who is Jesus?  What is he about?  What does it all mean?  These questions continue to surface in the world today as people are confronted with the power of God’s saving grace through Jesus Christ.


Archive of Fr. Andrew’s Podcasts

Daily Mass: It’s all about action. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 23rd Week of the Year (Sts. Cornelius & Cyprian)

Through a series of illustrations Jesus points out that our faith is witnessed through our action.  Our words can indicate the state of our hearts, but the actions we carry out reveal the depth of our conviction.


Archive of Fr. Andrew’s Podcasts

Daily Mass: The command, example and freedom of forgiveness. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 3rd Week of Lent

We forgive:

  1. Because the Lord commands us
  2. To imitate the Lord’s example
  3. To be freed from the bondage of sin

And so…to whom do we have to say “I’m sorry” or “I forgive you” today?


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Daily Mass: Our testimony? Our example! Catholic Inspiration


Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Friday of the 3rd Week of Advent

The Lord points out that the works he performs testify on his behalf.  Following his example and the words of Isaiah the prophet, we have the opportunity every day to lead others to Christ as we observe what is right and do what is just, as we offer Christian witness in our daily actions.

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