Best Catholichomilies podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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This is the podcast of the Sunday Mass Homily of Father Mark Cyza given at St. Benedict's Catholic Church in Nebraska City, Nebraska. Father Cyza hopes these sermons and homilies will help the listener to break open the Sunday readings in light of the Catholic Tradition and inspire the listener to pursue a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.
 
Podcasts from Family Life International including Catholic Homilies from Fr Linus Clovis (Spiritual Director).
 
Listen to homilies from Tulane Catholic, delivered to your iPhone, iPod or other device.
 
Homilies and talks given at St. Teresa's Parish, Christchurch NZ by the Community of St. John
 
This weeks Homilies in video format to download as a podcast.
 
Podcasts of Sunday Homilies and Saturday Morning Speaker Series from St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church in Gilbert, Arizona.
 
A Catholic Homily Podcast
 
Welcome to the Spiritus Christi Podcast. We feature a diverse rotation of amazing and inspiring homilists and guest homilists including Rev Mary Ramerman, Fr Jim Callan, Myra Brown, and Mike Boucher as well as various members of our staff and community. Each person on our preaching team shares their own personal experience of God, family and spirituality in our world today.
 
Weekly Catholic Homilies from Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cathedral in Biloxi, Mississippi
 
St. Joseph Podcast are recordings of our weekend liturgies including Homilies by Fr. Daniel Kelly, Fr. Phillip Brembah and Deacon Bill Johnson.
 
Catholic Homilies and other talks from Fr. Eric Sternberg
 
Catholic homilies and reflections by Fr. Dennis Strach, CSC
 
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This is the Second talk in a three part series on Love. This talk delves into the nature of Philia especially in the thought of Aristotle and the Nicomachean Ethics. Also its pertinence to the Christian life.
 
This is the third talk in a three part series. This talk delves more into the nature of Agape in the Christian Tradition.
 
This is the first of three talks given on Love. This talk delves into Eros-love in the thought of Plato.
 
Homily - Ascension - 2018 by Fr. Michael Therese Scheerger
 
This is a talk given as part of the regular Thursday Talks. It is a walk through the passages in the New Testament that refer to the Ascension of Christ. It is a great Introduction to this important Christian Mystery
 
Homily - 5th Sunday of Easter - 2018 by Fr. Michael Therese Scheerger
 
Homiliy - 4th Sunday of Easter - Good Shepherd by Fr. Michael Therese Scheerger
 
Homily - Palm Sunday 2018 by Fr. Michael Therese Scheerger
 
A Catholic homily by Fr Guy de Gaynesford Readings: Daniel 7: 9-10, 13-14, Ps 96, 2 Peter 1:16-19, Matthew 17:1-9 … Continue reading →
 
Today we celebrate the annunciation of Our Lord. The great mystery of the union between God and man. When majesty puts on lowliness, where power puts on meekness, where eternity puts on time and immortality puts mortality. These are the words of the great pope, St. Leo the first. We are in the midst of this great mystery, the mystery of our red ...…
 
Quite some years ago, President, Vice President at that time George Bush, represented the US government at the funeral of the recently deceased former Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev. Bush was deeply moved, clearly by the behaviour at the funeral of Brezhnev widow. During the whole ceremony, she didn’t say anything at all, she stood there complet ...…
 
A Catholic homily by Fr Guy de Gaynesford Readings: Acts 12: 1-11, Ps 34, 2 Timothy 4: 6-8, 17, 18, … Continue reading →
 
A Catholic homily by Fr Guy de Gaynesford Readings: Deuteronomy 8: 2-3,14-16, Ps 147, 1 Corinthians 10: 16-17, John 6: … Continue reading →
 
There was a great British writer called G K Chesterton and he said, the difficulty I have in explaining why I am Catholic, is because there are ten thousand reasons, but all those reasons amount to one, Catholicism is true. Mr Chesterton believed in the Holy Catholic Church, I believe in the Holy Catholic Church and indeed we have reached this ...…
 
I said we were going to talk about the article of Faith, ‘I believe in the forgiveness of sins’, principally that refers to sins being forgiven, original sin, through baptism. But people sin after baptism, people need forgiveness. Jesus also came to give another type of forgiveness, the type that Zacchaeus received. Forgiveness of sins, it’s a ...…
 
A Catholic homily by Fr Guy de Gaynesford Readings: Exodus 34: 4b-6, 8-9, Daniel 3: 52-56, 2 Corinthians 13: 11-13, John … Continue reading →
 
A Catholic homily by Fr Guy de Gaynesford Readings: Ezekiel 37: 1-14, Ps103, Romans 8: 22-27, John 7: 37-39 Listen to … Continue reading →
 
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