Tag Archives: Lamb of God

Daily Mass: An encounter with the Lord. Catholic Inspiration

An encounter with the Lord empowers two disciples of John the Baptist to go out and invite other people to meet Jesus.  As we draw closer to Christ may we eagerly reach out to those around us with the joy of the Good News.

Mass Readings – January 4th

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Daily Mass: Behold the Lamb of God! Catholic Inspiration

John the Baptist testifies that Jesus is the “Lamb of God.”  These words proclaim the sacrifice of Christ’s life for our salvation; by his blood on the Cross he will redeem our souls from sin and death.

Mass Readings – January 3rd

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School Mass: The Passover, Judas, and the Lamb of God. Catholic Inspiration

Speaking at Mass to the kids at Cathedral School, Fr. Andrew speaks about the Passover, Judas and the blood of Jesus…the Lamb of God.

Mass Readings – Wednesday of Holy Week

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Archive of Fr. Andrew’s Podcasts


Daily Mass: The Lamb of God. Catholic Inspiration

John the Baptist calls Jesus “the Lamb of God” and invites us to draw upon the significance of this title within the salvation story.  May we call upon the Lord’s sacrifice for our sins, and see our brothers and sisters through the eyes of Christ’s saving grace.

Mass Readings – Christmas Weekday

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Archive of Fr. Andrew’s Podcasts


Daily Mass: The heritage of John the Baptist. Catholic Inspiration

In the Gospel today we learn about the priestly lineage of John the Baptist.  John’s ministry – calling people to repentance and showing them the “Lamb of God” – fulfills the priestly role and sets the stage for the coming of the Messiah.

Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 3rd Week of Advent

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Archive of Fr. Andrew’s Podcasts


Daily Mass: Religion & Politics. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 5th Week of Lent

In the Gospel today the stage is set for the drama of the Lord’s Passion.  The Sanhedrin is convened to figure out what to do about Jesus as his followers increase.  The issue: if the crowds become a mob the Romans will come and take away their land and their nation.  It’s a perfect storm of religion and politics, and at the center is one who is innocent: the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.

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Archive of Fr. Andrew’s Podcasts


Christmas Season: Behold the Lamb of God. Catholic Inspiration

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Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Christmas Weekday (Jan. 3)

John the Baptist testifies that Jesus is the one who takes away our sins.  As we renew our faith each day, may we seek Jesus above all else and commit our lives to his saving grace.