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Daily Mass: Paul preaches a short recap of salvation history. Catholic Inspiration

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Paul preaches in a synagogue, offering a short recap of salvation history. His example inspires us to know the key elements of our faith so we can share the Good News with others.

Mass Readings – Thursday of the 4th Week of Easter


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Saints Nereus, Achilleus and Pancras, pray for us!

Daily Mass: What we learn from doubting Thomas. Catholic Inspiration

In many ways, the doubts of the Apostle Thomas reflect the questions that surface in the hearts of young adults today. Through truth, beauty and goodness we provide opportunities that help them see something bigger than themselves…leading to an encounter with God.

Mass Readings – St. Thomas, Apostle

4th Sunday of Easter: We follow the call of the Shepherd. Catholic Inspiration

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Psalm 23 proclaims “The Lord is my shepherd, there is nothing I shall want.” Through love, knowledge and action we draw near to our Shepherd and are guided by Him on our journey through life.

Mass Readings – 4th Sunday of Easter


4th Sunday of Lent: To see our lives with God's eyes. Catholic Inspiration

As Samuel is looking at Jesse’s sons, he is reminded that the Lord sees our lives differently than we do. May we look at the current situation of our world today and ask for the grace to see with God’s eyes.

Mass Readings – 4th Sunday of Lent


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Daily Mass: Do we learn for growth or idle curiosity? Catholic Inspiration

King Herod heard rumors and wanted to know more about Jesus, reminding us that knowledge alone about the Lord is not sufficient.  Rather, how we apply what we’ve learned reveals the difference between personal growth and idle curiosity.

Mass Readings – Thursday of the 25th Week of the Year (St. Vincent de Paul)


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The Epiphany of the Lord. Catholic Inspiration


Fr. Andrew’s Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – The Epiphany of the Lord

The Magi were guided through the illumination of knowledge and faith to the Christ Child.  We, too, can be guided through the challenges of life when we we use our minds to the best of our ability and get down on our knees to pray for wisdom.

Daily Mass: Build on Rock. Catholic Inspiration

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Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast (Thursday of the 1st Week of Advent)

When we listen to the Lord and put his teaching into practice, we are like the wise who build their houses on rock.  May the knowledge we possess be transformed into action so that we can face the storms of life with the grace and mercy of Jesus Christ!

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