Tag Archives: Scriptures

3rd Sunday of Easter: Meeting Christ in the Eucharist. Catholic Inspiration

On the road to Emmaus two disciples – disappointed and downcast – are leaving Jerusalem. Their encounter with Christ through the Scriptures and the Eucharist transforms their hearts and renews their faith.

Mass Readings – 3rd Sunday of Easter


Daily Mass: You are witnesses of these things. Catholic Inspiration

After the resurrection Jesus appears to the Apostles and explains how he has fulfilled the prophecies within the Sacred Scriptures; that it was necessary for the Christ to suffer, die and be raised on the third day.  He concludes this passage with a powerful exhortation, “You are witnesses of these things.”  Our faith was built on the witness of others, and our lived example of faith helps others encounter the Risen Lord today.

Mass Readings – Thursday of the Octave of Easter


Archive of Fr. Andrew’s Podcasts

Daily Mass: Hearing & Speaking Good News. Catholic Inspiration

Three Great Things

Fr. Andrew’s Daily Mass Homily Podcast – Thursday of the Octave of Easter

Daily Mass Readings

Continuing the readings from yesterday, we discover how the disciples hear the Good News in the Scriptures and then boldly share the message of Jesus Christ with others.  May we do the same!

Catholic Inspiration – Advent Retreat – Seeking the Face of Christ

Three Great Things

I have begun to include podcasts of my homilies and talks.  Forgive me if the formatting is a little awkward…I am learning!

This Advent reflection was one of the talks given at a retreat that was offered on December 6, 2014.  Six categories are touched upon in this talk:

  • Sacraments
  • Scriptures
  • Prayer
  • Service
  • Sacrifice
  • Fellowship

These areas are meant to help us do two things:

  1. Grow in our ability to see the Face of Christ
  2. Strengthen us to loving serve Christ wherever we see him

Click on this link below if you wish to hear this 40 minute presentation.

Advent Reflection – Seeking the Face of Christ

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