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Catholic Podcasts & Online Radio
The homilies each week at Epiphany Catholic Church.
Sunday Homilies
Sunday homilies from the Cathedral Church of Saint Luke in Orlando, FL.
Listen to homilies from Tulane Catholic, delivered to your iPhone, iPod or other device.
Homilies to go
Sermons from an Episcopal Priest, presently Rector of St. John's in Wytheville, Virginia
Homily Recordings
Fr. Nagel explains the Scriptures and makes them relevant to our daily life.
Podcast by Fr. JD Matherne
Each week the homilies invite us to intensify our understanding, appreciation and appropriation of that week's Scriptures. We hope these recordings allow us to continue the reflection.
Saint Mary's Catholic Church of Greenville, SC brings you weekly homilies by Father Jay Scott Newman, and guests concerning local and world religious issues as they relate to the Catholic faith.
Homily Prep
Welcome to "Homily Prep" where three young Jesuits discuss their take on the upcoming Sunday's readings for Mass. We hope these conversations will help us not only become better preachers but also to know the scriptures and have genuine spiritual conversation between friends. David, Louie and Jonathan are three Jesuits studying for the priesthood.
Fr. Jim's Weekly Homily
Weekly Audio Homily from Fr. Jim Northrop, Pastor of St. Thomas and Our Lady of Lourdes parishes in Tukwila and Seattle, WaWebsite: http://www.thegraceofpentecost.com
Explore a deeper connection with Jesus Christ. Selected Homilies provoke reflection, inspire and entertain.
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Grand Rapids, MI
Fr. Dat Hoang is Founding Administrator and Pastor of St. Faustina Catholic Church in Fulshear, TX. The parish was established in August 2014. To find out more, go to www.saintfaustinachurch.org
No Spin Homilies
No Spin Homilies is a website dedicated for the express intention of teaching Christianity through the utilization of Audio Homilies and Audio Bible Studies. The primary mission is to teach people about Sacred Scripture and help them to not only grow in wisdom and love of it but, also, to apply it in their daily lives.
Sunday Homily
Sunday homily series from St. Mary Catholic Church, Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, USA.
Homilies are currently recorded at our Sunday 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Masses.
Uptown New Orleans Catholic Church on Napolean Avenue - Monsignor Nalty
Feel free to subscribe to hear the weekly homilies from our priests and deacons here at Saint Patrick's Parish!
Sunday homilies from the clergy at All Saints Catholic Church in Lakeville, MN.
Listen to homilies from Immaculate Conception Parish in Wichita, KS.
UCCM Homilies
Recent Homilies
Homilies and talks given at St. Teresa's Parish, Christchurch NZ by the Community of St. John
No Spin Homilies
No Spin Homilies
Listen to homilies from St. Bridget Church in Loves Park, IL.
Father Rays Homilies
Father Raymond Suriani served as associate and pastor of Saint Pius X Church in Westerly, RI from 1988 to 2016. He remains active in the parish for masses, confessions etc..There are hundreds of homilies from 2003 to the present. ..................... .. ..You can also visit Fr Ray's Blog which include the printed homilies at http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/..
Homilies from Monsignor Charles Pope
Listen to homilies from Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Mandeville, LA.
Our Lady of The Lake Parish, Lake Oswego, OR
The Living Beatitudes Community is a group of friendly and caring Christians who gather to worship together, work together, and live lives in emulation of the Spirit of the Beatitudes.These homilies were offered during our 10a Sun weekly services.Each homily is preceded by the Gospel reading and followed by discussion.The discussion is not included in this podcast.Living Beatitudes Community20 W First StreetChrist Episcopal Church, Lower LevelDayton, OH
Preaching and reflections from a Catholic priest of the Diocese of St. Petersburg at the University of South Flordia
Recordings of Fr. Tyler's weekly Homilies at Holy Family Parish in Kirkland, WA
Fr. Kirby Longo is a priest of the Diocese of Helena (MT). These are his homilies. God bless you!
Audio homilies and recordings of Fr Paul Yi, a Catholic priest of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA (Homepage: jesusthrumary.blogspot.com)
Audio homilies and recordings of Fr Paul Yi, a Catholic priest of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA (Homepage: jesusthrumary.blogspot.com)
Homilies given by Father James Hudgins, Pastor of St. Jude Catholic Church in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The seven most recent homilies are available via podcast; for the archives, visit www.FatherHudgins.com.
Listen to homilies from Immaculate Conception Parish in Willoughby, OH.
Homilies and talks
Podcast by Fr Sean Kilcawley
Permanent Deacon in the Archdiocese of BostonCollaborative Parishes of Resurrection and St. Paul in Hingham, Massachusetts
Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church HomiliesOpelousas, Louisiana
Homilies by Father Dan Merz at St. George Catholic Church in Linn, MO
Homilies, reflections on Vocation, and some occasional surprises.
Sunday and feast day homilies from St. Peter Parish in Spokane, Washington.
Sermons from Church of the Holy Communion, Charleston SC
Preached during Holy Mass at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish
Priest of the Diocese of Erie, PA
You can find our weekly homilies (sermons, messages, etc) here.
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Deacon Eddy Beckendorf delivers the homily for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time.
Father Hudgins' homily: Extraordinary Things Through Ordinary MeansBy Father James Hudgins.
"In today's Gospel Jesus is frustrated by the people because they're always demanding signs. They're always demanding something for Jesus to prove who He is before they will enter into relationship with Jesus." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)Scripture reference: Luke 11:29-32
"Lepers" - Homily - 28th Sunday Of OT byBy Catholic - Homilies and Talks.
Taking a break this weekend from the War on Busy. Will continue the fight next week and October 27th.By Tulane Catholic.
The post 28th Sunday of the Year appeared first on St. Mary's Catholic Church.By Father Jay Scott Newman and Guest's of St. Mary's Catholic Church (stmarysgvl.org).
2019.10.13 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) by Fr. JD MatherneBy Fr. JD Matherne.
What is your identity as a Christian? We are beloved as baptized sons and daughters. And we are given gifts of the Spirit to work miracles. But we are also servants to work miracles only at the Lord's willing.By Father Dan Merz, St. George Catholic Church.
Growing up our faith is naturally based on the experience of others. It is given to us or taught to us by parents, grandparents, or other adults. We take their words for granted. Ultimately, for faith to mature it must become very personal to us, since faith grows through a personal encounter with God. In this message we will look at the story ...…
Sunday, October 6, 2019.Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time.Habakkuk 1:2-3; 2:2-4.Psalms 95:1-2, 6-9.2 Timothy 1:6-8, 13-14.Luke 17:5-10.By stfaustinafulshear.
Homily for The 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C By drawing on the catechism and St Thomas Aquinas, Fr Michael explains the power of the apostle’s prayer in this week’s gospel to “Increase Our Faith” (Lk 17:5). Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine of Canterbury parish in Harehills, ...…
All 3 of the readings for this weekend speak to us about the importance of faith.To read this week's readings, go to: usccb.orgBy noreply@blogger.com (Breadbox Media).
Father Kladar- "Lift Your Eyes-Part 2" by Saint Patrick Parish HomiliesBy Saint Patrick Parish Homilies.
This week Jonathan and David discuss the readings for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, and the benefits of preparing a homily in different languages. Find the readings for this week here in English and here in Spanish.By David, Louie, and Jonathan.
Sin can blind us to God working in the midst of one’s illness. Forgiveness of sins in the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick happens.By mediaministry@stpatcc.org.
Homily for The Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, preached by Rev. Jesse Martinez, Parochial Vicar at St. Louis King of France Catholic Church & School located in Austin, Texas.By St. Louis King of France Catholic Church & School.
5 Norms of Discipleship - Msgr. PopeBy Msgr. Pope.
Father Tony HomilyBy Epiphany Catholic Church.
This week's lessons: http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearC_RCL/Pentecost/CProp22_RCL.htmlBy T. Birch Rambo.
http://livingbeatitudes.org/sites/lbc/files/homilies/2019%20Homilies/Homily%2020191006%20%28RichardY%29.mp3By Living Beatitudes Community.
faith, humility, genuine devotion by Fr Sean KilcawleyBy Fr Sean Kilcawley.
Fr. Tom Wilsonhttps://www.allsaintschurch.com/apps/video/By All Saints Catholic Church.
Listen here to my homily for the Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time. It was given to Allegheny College Newman Club, Meadville, PA on Sunday, September 29, 2019, at the 6:30 pm mass. A Reading from the Book of the Prophet Amos Thus says the LORD the God of hosts: Woe to the complacent in Zion! Lying upon beds of ivory, stretched comfortably on ...…
Homily: Mass of Thanksgiving09.22.19The Collaborative Parishes of Resurrection and St. PaulHingham, MassachusettsDeacon Phil AndersonArchdiocese of BostonMusic: “Servant Song”AngelinaBy Deacon Joe Harrington.
The story of Jill Kinmont, a World-class Olympic champion, who overcame incredible challenges by using her talent. How are we called to use our talents? Parable of the Dishonest Steward.By Denise C Williams.
Abram preaches on Luke 16: 1-13By Union Congregational Church Magnolia.
This is the 1st of four lectures given to the Catholic Youth Coalition on Fundamental Theology. This lecture was on the existence of God. Can we discard the idea of God without losing the ability to explain the world as it is? I don't think so, here are the reasons why: 1. We cannot explain the origin of the universe. 2. We cannot explain human ...…
Fr. Jeff Richardson's Homily for The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Homily for the 24th Sunday of Ordinary Time (September 15, 2019) Total Time: 8m42s
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