Tag Archives: perspective

Daily Mass: Finding our courage in the midst of the storm. Catholic Inspiration

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Jesus reveals his power to the disciples in the midst of a storm, inviting us to call upon Him in our need as well.

Mass Readings – Monday of the 18th Week of the Year

18th Sunday of the Year: Three antidotes for greed. Catholic Inspiration

The Lord offers a direct warning about the sin of greed in the Gospel today. While we are often quick to perceive greed in others, the reality is that this temptation touches us all in great and small ways. Fr. Andrew’s homily offers three antidotes to help us shake off the lure of this deadly sin.

Mass Readings – 18th Sunday of the Year


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Daily Mass: Doing good for others. Catholic Inspiration


Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Wednesday of the 2nd Week of the Year

Fr. Andrew discusses with his sister Amy (on her birthday no less!) a healing miracle, and they examine two key points about our intention and perspective as we live our faith in Christ.



Top photo – Amy & I

Bottom photo – taken early this month at Holy Spirit parish while on vacation with my sister’s family (and I miss them already!)


Daily Mass: Focus on Christ, the light of life. Catholic Inspiration


Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

Mass Readings – Friday of the 2nd Week of Advent

Have you ever found yourself in a grumpy mood, where it’s easy to complain regardless of the situation?  A good antidote: focus on Jesus Christ, the light of life.

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