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Daily Mass: The prayers of Tobit and Sarah. Catholic Inspiration

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The Book of Tobit, Part II – In their anguish Tobit and Sarah pray to God, who hears their petitions and sends Raphael to their assistance.

Mass Readings – Wednesday of the 9th Week of the Year


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Daily Mass: Ask, Seek and Knock! Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Thursday of the 27th Week of the Year

The Lord invites us to persistently ask for what we need, trusting that God’s goodness will reach out to bless us in ways beyond our imagination.


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Daily Mass: Asking the Father in the name of Jesus. Catholic Inspiration

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 6th Week of Easter

“Whatever you ask the Father in my name he will give you” reminds us that our requests are rooted in our relationship with the Lord.  As we grow closer to Christ we change and grow, not only learning what to ask for, but trusting that the one who knows us best will give us what we need.


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Daily Mass: The supreme good of knowing Christ Jesus. Catholic Inspiration


Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast

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

Paul writes to the Philippians about the supreme Good of knowing Jesus, who in Luke’s Gospel seeks us out when we are lost and restores us to grace.

17th Sunday of the Year – Gratitude & Petition at the Lord’s Table – Catholic Inspiration

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Fr. Andrew’s 17th Sunday of the Year Homily Podcast

Our daily need for nourishment reminds us of our basic dependence on wholesome food.  What’s more, we recognize that we depend upon the Lord for spiritual grace as well.  As we ponder the multiplication miracle in today’s Gospel, I suggest that we draw near to the Lord with Gratitude and Petition – responding in love to the one who knows our needs and longs to provide the sustenance we require.

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