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Daily Mass: Using wealth wisely. Catholic Inspiration

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How we spend our money says a lot about our values and priorities. The Letter of James weighs in on the topic, warning us of the consequences if we fail to use wealth wisely.

Mass Readings – Thursday of the 7th Week of the Year


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Monday Conversation: Stewardship and Tithing. Catholic Inspiration

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This Monday Conversation explores how we use our financial resources through the practice of stewardship and tithing. Fr. Andrew offers some practical considerations for prayer and reflection.


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Daily Mass: Who is our master? Catholic Inspiration

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Jesus reminds us that we cannot serve two masters. Sooner or later, we must choose who (or what) guides and directs our lives.

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 31st Week of the Year

Daily Mass: Our relationship with God and money. Catholic Inspiration

The Lord offers a blunt teaching about money, reminding us that God is our first and greatest priority…whereas money is a tool that is meant to be put to good and practical use.

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 31st Week of the Year (St. Leo the Great)


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Daily Mass: Whom do you serve, God or mammon? Catholic Inspiration


Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 31st Week of the Year

The Lord teaches us in the Gospel of Luke to serve God, not things.  Our possessions in this life are simply tools that we use to help us love the Lord and one another.

25th Sunday of the Year – In the world, but not of the world. Catholic Inspiration


Fr. Andrew’s Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – 25th Sunday of the Year

The readings this week speak about how our faith touches crucial aspects of practical life: business affairs, politics, and money.  As followers of Jesus Christ we are “in the world, but not of the world” and we have daily opportunities to allow our faith to guide and direct what we say and do.

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