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Bereits in der ersten Hälfte des 1. Jahrhunderts n. Chr. schreibt Jakobus, der Halbbruder des Herrn Jesus Christus, als ein Aufseher der Gemeinde in Jerusalem, an Juden in der Ferne, die sich zu Christus bekennen. Diese „Erstlinge“, abgelegen von ihrem geistlichen Zentrum in Jerusalem, leben in der sogenannten Diaspora (Zerstreuung). Dort erleiden sie um des Glaubens an Christus willen harte Verfolgung, die ihnen nebst Armut auch andere schwere Prüfungen beschert. Geschickt ermutigt und erma ...
 
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Homily from the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Living as a Catholic in this world takes courage. But it also takes the power that only comes from Jesus. Mass Readings from August 13, 2017: 1 Kings 19:9, 11-13 Psalm 85:9, 10, 11-12, 13-14 Romans 9:1-5 Matthew 14:22-33By webministry@umdcatholic.org (Father Mike Schmitz).
 
Welcome to the Elevator World News Podcast. This week’s news podcast is sponsored by elevatorbooks.com: http://www.elevatorbooks.comELEVATOR INDUSTRY AT CTBUH 2017 AUSTRALIA CONFERENCEElevator-industry experts from KONE, Schindler and thyssenkrupp are among those scheduled to speak at the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Conn ...…
 
In today's podcast we hear more on how Qatar has accused the UAE of hacking, and vows legal retribution—all on the strength of a Washington Post story. UAE says it didn't do it. Warnings about vulnerabilities in commonly used IoT code. Markus Rauschecker from UMD CHHS on Facebook running afoul of European privacy laws. Tina Ladabouche, NSA GenC ...…
 
NITIN MANNA July 18 Tlawngkai Nihnih Kiosa Phaw Hrukmi Laak Profet deu pawl khi ralring uh; an lenglam cun tuu bangin nan lakah an tlang; asinan an sunglam cu cinghnia hraang vek an si. - Matt. 7:15 [Matt. 7:15-23] C. S Lewis ih nganmi “Chronicles of Narnia” cabu komkhawm ih a netabik cabu: “Netabik Raaldo awknak” timi cabu sungah Shift timi mi ...…
 
Brandon Mileski and Pat Micheletti discuss:--3M Arena at Mariucci--UMD exodus--Kirill Kaprizov--Wild prospects--Brass Bonanza
 
Homily from the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Programs can do some good, but only disciples can make disciples. A disciple has allowed Jesus to be the Lord of their learning, their love, and their life. Mass Readings from July 09, 2017: Zechariah 9:9-10 Psalm 145:1-2, 8-9, 10-11, 13-14 Romans 8:9, 11-13 Matthew 11:25-30…
 
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Homily from the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. "What makes a man a father is when he takes responsibility for someone other than himself. ... But here is the question: who do we normally live for? If we had our choice, if we could get away with it, who would we normally live for? We would live for ourselves, right? And yet who you are, who ...…
 
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Homily from the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord. "Here is the thing: a disciple is practical. I believe in Jesus. Which means that I have a relationship with Jesus. How healthy would a marriage be if a person were to say whenever they were asked, 'Are you married?' and they say 'Absolutely I am married,' but they haven't talked to their ...…
 
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Homily from the Sixth Sunday of Easter. "That's our ratio, that's our statistic right now, 6% of Catholics are doing over 80% of the work, 80% of the giving, 80% of the service, 80% of what the Church is. And that's the crazy thing, think about this: the Catholic Church is the single largest charitable organization in the world. The Catholic Ch ...…
 
Homily from the Fourth Sunday of Easter. "When you get into bed at night, it's a wonderful time to have dreams. But when you get out of bed in the morning, that is when you need a goal. ... Until your dream becomes a goal, and until your goal gets on your calendar, it's still just a dream. ... This is the truth, the reality is this: if I don't ...…
 
Homily from the 3rd Sunday of Easter. "I know some of us here tonight, you might find that there is something enslaving you. Maybe it's some kind of sin and you're just like, 'Man, I just can't get out of this, I just can't get free from this!' You might feel like a prisoner. But if you're moving forward, if you're rowing, if you're taking thos ...…
 
Homily from the 2nd Sunday of Easter, Divine Mercy Sunday. "A lot of times, when it comes to Lent, we just do something that's hard. We don't do the thing that actually helps. Maybe you got to the end of Lent and you were able to check that off the list. "I said I was going to do this [give up chocolate], check! I did it." And that was the whol ...…
 
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Homily from Easter Sunday. "This story is true for all of us. How has that story, how has that truth changed my life, how has it changed your life? Because I can hear it and it doesn't do anything. I can even find myself in prison. But here is the crazy thing: if this story is true, you can find yourself imprisoned, and that is not the end. Thi ...…
 
Homily from Good Friday. "[Referring to the "COEXIST bumper sticker, see link below] You have to understand this, that when it comes to all of these ideas, every thing represents a certain idea. But when it comes to the Cross, when it comes to Christianity, it's not an idea! It's reality. There's this crazy difference, yes, we do want to get al ...…
 
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Homily from Holy Thursday. "We are called to remember Jesus. He is the One that, on this night, at the Last Supper before He left, His whole plan was this: 'I am taking off. But I need my people to know My Love.' That's the gift of the Eucharist. 'I'm taking off. But I need My people to know My healing.' That's the gift of Confession. 'I'm taki ...…
 
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Homily from Palm Sunday. "If I have a condition when it comes to following Jesus, I am not really following Jesus, am I? If my condition is, 'If You give me what I want, then I will follow You,' I am not really following Him, I am just doing what I want to do. Do you have a condition? When it comes to taking the next step, you're already at Sun ...…
 
Homily from the Fifth Sunday of Lent. "And again, someone could say, 'Honestly? Why [go to Confession]? I'm not telling God anything He doesn't know.' You're right. You won't be telling God anything He doesn't know. And you won't be showing God something that He doesn't already see. What you'll be doing is you'll be giving God something He does ...…
 
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Homily from the Fourth Sunday of Lent. "If I don't take responsibility for my actions, somebody has to take responsibility for me. And here is God Himself, in Jesus Christ, who does what? He says, "You carry a shame that you can't bear. I will bear your shame. You carry a weight that you can't endure, I'll carry this weight. You have sins that ...…
 
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Homily from the First Sunday of Lent. "All of us, every one of us at this Mass, we have experienced maybe some light, but we will all experience the darkness of just not being able to see God, being obscured from God's sight, maybe feeling differently. And that's when we have to realize this truth: that we cannot, that we do not have to doubt i ...…
 
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Homily from Ash Wednesday. "The depth of what the Cross means is actually 'I am such a mess that in order to make me not a mess, this Cross had to happen.' But here is the amazing thing: this Cross is a sign of your worth. That brand is not just a sign of how great God is, that's a sign of how much you are worth. Sometimes you own the brand, an ...…
 
Homily from the Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time. "Worry is useless and it is debilitating. But we know this, this is the great news, this is the really good news: worry is not determined by external circumstances. What I mean is that you can have two people going through the exact same stuff. The same sunny day or the same rainy day. The same em ...…
 
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Homily from the Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time. "So Jesus comes along and He says, 'Be téleios [Greek-adj-perfect or full-grown], like God is téleios. Be perfect as God is perfect. What that means in the context, how is God perfect? "He makes the sun shine on the good and the bad, God makes the rain fall on the just and on the unjust. Here is ...…
 
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Homily from the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time. "If my morality is just, 'Well I want to be able to do what I want, whatever I want, as long as nobody gets hurt,' my world has become the size of me." Mass Readings from February 16, 2014: Sirach 15:15-20 1 Corinthians 2:6-10 Matthew 5:17-37By webministry@umdcatholic.org (Father Mike Schmitz).
 
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Homily from the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time. "Imagine Paul walking up to one of these women (prostitutes) who had been used to being used, that's all they ever knew in their whole life, and Paul walking up to them and saying, 'Listen, there is this intellectual argument for the existence of God and that Jesus Christ is Him.' What would that d ...…
 
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Homily from the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord. "What flows out of relationship? Obligation. And if you're going to have an incredible relationship, that no one could've ever hoped for in the past, through Baptism with the true and living God, that means there might be some obligations that are placed on you and some obligations that are ...…
 
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Homily from the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time. "He established a Kingdom based on these 12 men and their successors, the bishops of the Catholic Church, the successors of Peter, the pope, and the Catholic Church. And there's not one place on this planet that has not been touched and has not been blessed by God's promise. Why? Because when every ...…
 
Homily from the Christmas Eve Mass. "Paul said, 'Indeed, only with difficulty does one die for a good person, although perhaps for a good person one might even find courage to die.' But here's the kicker, here's the line, here's what Christianity is: 'But God proves His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.' This ...…
 
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Homily from the Fourth Sunday of Advent. "Sometimes we ask the question, 'How can this be?' Or we make the statement, 'I don't understand You.' Sometimes the Lord is really clear in His answer and sometimes the answer is very cryptic, or very muddled, or we just don't hear it very well. Or the answer is simply silence. But in those times, in th ...…
 
Homily from the Third Sunday of Advent. "What God does in us while we are waiting is often as important as what we are waiting for." --Ben Patterson Mass Readings from December 15, 2013: Isaiah 35:1-6, 10 James 5:7-10 Matthew 11:2-11 To see the video of the experiment that's referred to in the homily, click here!…
 
Homily from the Second Sunday of Advent. "Jesus came to actually give us freedom from that besetting sin, from that thing that just keeps holding us back from having that kind of joy, and the kind of life, and the kind of freedom that you know you want. So the question is this: why not purify your environment? I am going to ask you to do this o ...…
 
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Homily from the First Sunday of Advent. "This line of enough is really important, but it's really subtle, and it's so vital: because if I have more than enough I have excess, but if I have less than enough I have suffering. ... At the end of the day, each of us has to know and has to choose what enough actually is. We actually have to do the ha ...…
 
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Homily from the Solemnity of Christ the King. "God doesn't want to crush Adam. God's heart has been crushed. Because the man and the woman that He loves are hiding themselves from Him. And His plan was that they would never hide, that they would never have feel like they needed to hide from Him. ... Here is Eve, and she doesn't trust in God's l ...…
 
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Homily from the Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time. "Sometimes people think that sin is just messing up, that sin is slipping up, that sin is an accident. Let's get away from that. Sin is never an accident. If you do an accident, that is just an accident. If you make a mistake, that is just a mistake. It's like spilling milk, it was just an a ...…
 
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Homily from the Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time. "The enemy has been defeated. The game changer of the whole show is Jesus. Because yes, the Greeks gave us reason, and the Jews gave us revelation, but Jesus is the One who actually encountered death, died, and then conquered death. This is what we believe as Christians, is that at death, J ...…
 
Homily from the Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time. "I have to let go of that past, or else I will just stay exactly the same. Because the thing is, so many people are willing to come to Jesus to be forgiven, but so few people are willing to come to Jesus to let Him change them. A lot of us want Jesus to forgive us. Very, very few of us want ...…
 
Homily from the Vigil Mass of the Solemnity of All Saints. "Our brothers and sisters around this world are experiencing great, great trial. But they also, around this world and in Heaven, are experiencing incredibly glory. And that's what this Mass is about right now. It's about the reality that those who have lived in Christ and died in Christ ...…
 
Der Name Hass Otsmane-Elhaou muss nicht gleich jedem bekannt vorkommen, aber er ist der Kreative Kopf hinter Strip Panel Naked, einer Show auf YouTube die sich jede Woche ein neue Comics vornimmt und dieses aus einem ganz besonderen Blickwinkel bespricht und analysiert. Jetzt bringt Hass das online Magazin PANEL x PANEL heraus und nimmt damit g ...…
 
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Homily from the Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time. What's your price? Many people think that witnessing to Christ with one's life is for those who are far away or who lived in another time. But we are asked the same questions every day that the martyrs were asked at the moment of their final witness to Jesus. Mass Readings from June 25, 2017: Jer ...…
 
In today's podcast, we hear that some believe they've seen the Professor Moriarity behind 2017's Android malware outbreak. Erebus is back, and this time it's in Linux. Mirai may be about to become more resistant to cleaning. Crytpo wars flare in the UK and EU as terror investigations proceed. A quick look at SINET's Innovation Summit. Raytheon' ...…
 
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