Christian rite observed by consuming bread and wine
Hour 1 of The Drew Mariani Show on 8-12-22 Dr. Daniel Kempton joins Drew to talk about the Biden Administration's approach to African politics Father Juan Ochoa tells us about what is happening in the Los Angeles area to kick start the Eucharistic Revival
Popular Bible teacher Beth Moore gets dragged on social media for a controversial post. Did she really go too far, or are people simply being too harsh? Callers jam the phone lines with passionate takes on either side of the debate. Plus: Cale takes calls from non-Catholics intrigued by our way of worship and Eucharistic realism.
This week on RED-C Roundup our host Dr. Thaddeus Romansky visited with Adam Brill, Liturgical Coordinator at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in College Station, TX. Adam and Thaddeus visited in this show about the beauty of the Eucharist, and the current years of Eucharistic Revival that we are in, both in our Austin Diocese, as well as in our United States. Also discussed in this episode were Eucharistic miracles and stories through the ages about how the Eucharist has sustained peoples and even entire nations through times of persecution and strife. Finally, Thaddeus and Adam visited about how we can grow in our faith and belief in the most Holy Eucharist.
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Fr. Roger J. Landry Murray Hill Conference Center August 4, 2022 To listen to an audio recording of today’s conference, please click below: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/8.4.22_Eucharistic_Unity_of_Life_1.mp3 To download a PDF of the notes that formed the outline for the meditation, please click below: Eucharistic Unity of Life, SJV and SJME The post Eucharistic Unity of Life, Murray Hill Conference for Priests, August 4, 2022 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.
Fr. Barry Braum recently served as retreat master for the MFVA friars annual community retreat. He talks about the relationship between Scripture and the Eucharist, the subject matter of the retreat. Fr. Braum was ordained a priest in the French diocese of Frejus-Toulon. Following his ordination Fr. Braum served as a retreat director in Long Island NY at the Eucharistic Retreat Center in the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception. While living there he directed Eucharistic retreats for priests, religious communities and the laity. In addition to these silent retreats he has also given many Eucharistic parish missions across Europe, Australia, Africa and throughout the United States. Fr. Braum is currently working on his doctoral dissertation through the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome, while also serving as chaplain to the Tyburn convent in London. Prior to entering seminary, Fr. Braum studied and worked as an artist and graphic designer with a focus on oil, acrylic and digital mediums.
Today John is joined by a well-known priest and author to men, Fr. Roger Landry. We discuss his call to the priesthood, the abuse scandal in Boston, and how to avoid effeminacy as a man. We often associate effeminacy with men acting like women, but the reality, as St. Thomas Aquinas teaches, it is the vice directly opposed to perseverance and courage. How does this show itself today and how can we as men reject this vice?
Full Text of ReadingsWednesday of the Eighteenth Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 409All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Peter Julian EymardBorn in La Mure d'Isère in southeastern France, Peter Julian's faith journey drew him from being a priest in the Diocese of Grenoble in 1834, to joining the Marists in 1839, to founding the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament in 1856. In addition to those changes, Peter Julian coped with poverty, his father's initial opposition to Peter's vocation, serious illness, a Jansenistic overemphasis on sin, and the difficulties of getting diocesan and later papal approval for his new religious community. His years as a Marist, including service as a provincial leader, saw the deepening of his Eucharistic devotion, especially through his preaching of Forty Hours in many parishes. Inspired at first by the idea of reparation for indifference to the Eucharist, Peter Julian was eventually attracted to a more positive spirituality of Christ-centered love. Members of the men's community which Peter founded alternated between an active apostolic life and contemplating Jesus in the Eucharist. He and Marguerite Guillot founded the women's Congregation of the Servants of the Blessed Sacrament. Peter Julian Eymard was beatified in 1925 and canonized in 1962, one day after Vatican II's first session ended. Reflection In every century, sin has been painfully real in the life of the Church. It is easy to give in to despair, to speak so strongly of human failings that people may forget the immense and self-sacrificing love of Jesus, as his death on the cross and his gift of the Eucharist make evident. Peter Julian knew that the Eucharist was key to helping Catholics live out their baptism and preach by word and example the Good News of Jesus Christ. Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
Today on "Catholic Drive Time": Fertilizer limits are spreading... it's more than just the Sri Lankans and Dutch who are upset... Canada gets a taste, Robert Krychik joins us. AND Leading Canadian Jesuit outlines new missionary goal of welcoming ‘Indigenous spiritualities' ALSO – Eucharistic Miracle in Guadalajara, in the Mexican state of Jalisco... does the Bishop know? David L Gray weighs in. FL Education Commissioner reported the USDA is Trying to withhold funding for food program, holding Poor Kids ‘Hostage' to Impose Transgender Policies The earth finished a spin 1.59 milliseconds earlier than the usual 24 hours on June 29 China announced that it would conduct live-fire military drills around Taiwan, from Aug. 4 to 7. The announcement was issued minutes after the plane carrying Pelosi and her delegation landed in Taipei on Aug. 2. The pro-life movement suffered a defeat in Kansas on Tuesday when the state overwhelmingly voted to uphold abortion “rights.” “Padawan,” a new Star Wars spin-off novel published by Disney Books, written for teens and young adults, suggests that the beloved character Obi-Wan Kenobi is bisexual. Join Email list! GRNonline.com/CDT GRN to 42828 What's Concerning Us – De Colonizing the indigenous people of Canada... the North American Martyrs are rolling over in their graves. Leading Canadian Jesuit outlines new missionary goal of welcoming ‘Indigenous spiritualities' Guest Seg. Robert Krychik – Breitbart – Canada and Farmers Goals vs Mandates... Canada has goals to reduce emissions unlike Sri Lanka Canadian farmers have already been – on their own –working to reduce fertilizer use for years... why is the Govt coming Although Canadian farm organizations warn the Trudeau plan will significantly reduce crops, slash the income of farmers, and increase Canadian grocery prices, Trudeau officials essentially said farmers would get used to their reduced allocation of fertilizers and devise new methods of growing “sustainable food.” PM cited reports that estimated Canadian farmers could lose $48 billion by 2030 if Trudeau's plan is implemented, due to both lost income from reduced crop yields and the increased cost of using “green” fertilizer. Vax App... mandate for all Control and tracking? Justin Trudeau's popularity in Canada? Early Elections? Where in the world is he? 2nd Guest Seg. David L Gray – Eucharistic Miricle? BREAKING: Cardinal José Francisco Robles Ortega of Guadalajara hasn't even been informed of the alleged Eucharistic miracle by the parish it is claimed to have occurred The video was recorded July 23 at Our Lady of the Rosary parish in the town of Zapotlanejo, near Guadalajara, in the Mexican state of Jalisco. Joe Social Media IG: @TheCatholicHack Twitter: @Catholic_Hack Facebook: Joe McClane YouTube: Joe McClane Adrian Social Media IG: @ffonze Twitter: @AdrianFonze Facebook: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations Rudy Social Media IG: @ydursolrac Youtube: Glad Trad Podcast Visit our website to learn more about us, find a local GRN radio station, a schedule of our programming and so much more. http://grnonline.com/
As the American Church embarks on a three-year Eucharistic Revival, Dr. Timothy O'Malley joins the Busted Halo Show to discuss his new book “Becoming Eucharistic People: The Hope and Promise of Parish Life.” O'Malley is a member of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' executive planning team for the Revival, as well as director of education at the McGrath Institute for Church Life and academic director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy.
"If you can civilize the canteen, you can civilize the school." Join Fr. Brendan Kilcoyne for episode 87 of 'The Brendan Option' where he discusses the sacred reception of the Eucharist at Mass. "Do not go to Communion unless you have fasted and unless you have been confessed if you've committed any mortal sins." "We need to get our manners straight for the Eucharist or we'll keep committing sacrilege." Visit our website: http://www.immaculataproductions.org #Eucharist #Communion #Mass #Christian #God #JesusChrist #CatholicMedia #Catholic #Christianity #Orthodox #Tradition #Irish #Ireland #TheBrendanOption #ImmaculataProductions - - - ---------------- SUPPORT US ---------------- Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/immaculataproductions PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/ImmaculataProctions Our work won't be possible without your help. Thank you! ...And a special thank you to those who have already given us so much support! ---------------- FOLLOW US ---------------- There's the Benedict option, the Dominic option, and now we have the Brendan Option! Whilst you would have found St. Brendan voyaging the seas, our very own Brendan can be found as you surf the net. ⛵️ ✔ W E B S I T E http://www.immaculataproductions.org ✔ F A C E B O O K http://facebook.com/ImmaculataProductions ✔ I N S T A G R A M http://instagram.com/ImmaculataProductions ✔ T W I T T E R http://twitter.com/ImmaculataMedia ✔ L I N K E D I N https://www.linkedin.com/in/ImmaculataProductions ✔ V I M E O https://www.vimeo.com/ImmaculataProductions ✔ E M A I L firstname.lastname@example.org All Rights Reserved © 2022, Immaculata Productions
Questions Covered: 17:40 – What do you think the president and the speaker should do to keep the Church happy? 20:54 – Why is there talk of politicization of holy communion? 30:27 – How do we change minds on this issue? 35:20 – Why is it that banning people from receiving communion takes so long? 43:50 – I'm a registered nurse and the state board came out condemning the decision. How do I as a faithful Catholic handle this? 48:50 – Is it bad for me as a Catholic to blow off this topic and say, “It’s your body, your sin?” 52:00 – I think it’s important to emphasize the financial incentive for businesses to pay for abortion. …
Matt Swaim is the co-host of the Son Rise Morning Show, heard Monday through Friday 6-8 am on hundreds of stations in the nationwide EWTN Catholic radio network. He is also the outreach manager for the Coming Home Network, an apostolate that helps non-Catholic Christians who desire to learn more about, and consider entrance into, the Catholic Church. He co-hosts a podcast, “On the Journey,” for that organization. Paul and Bill talked with Matt largely about the challenges in understanding, and then catechizing and evangelizing about, the Real Presence of Christ's body and blood, soul and divinity. It is this Eucharist, into which Catholics believe the bread and wine at Mass have been transubstantiated. Bill also has gotten to know Matt by being interviewed on the Son Rise show, and the two share an interest in media criticism on communication about religion. More generally, they discuss communication which uses symbolic language and sometimes loses touch with important truths. Matt has written a book that deals with these topics. Prayer in the Digital Age, was published by Ligouri Press in 2011. Bill has written a book on related topics. When Headlines Hurt: Do We Have a Prayer? was published in 2018. The topics of the Eucharistic and symbolism vs. the Real Presence became especially timely this year when the US Conference of Catholic Bishops initiated a “National Eucharistic Revival.” The bishops were reacting, in part, to national survey findings that only about one-third of American Catholics believe the Eucharist is the real body and blood of Jesus Christ, rather than a symbol. Survey findings came from the Pew Research Center, and Bill wrote about those findings recently for The Tablet, the newspaper of the Diocese of Brooklyn, NY. Matt made reference to the Latin maxim, Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi. He also referred to the “milkshake duck” meme and how it ties in with digital media culture. This savvy media analyst also made references to The Dark Knight and to the Hollywood films constituting “the Marvel universe” of comic book superheroes.
This week on RED-C Roundup our host Pam Marvin visited with Fr. Will Straten, Pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Center in College Station, TX. Fr. Straten shared his vocation and life story from his early days growing up in Tours, TX. Fr. Will spoke about the wary influences in his faith, especially in his own family and in his community members and local clergy. Next, Fr. Will shared about his experiences in college and his call to the seminary and subsequently, the priesthood. Next, Pam and Fr. Will spoke about the Eucharistic Revival taking place in the Austin Diocese and in the Catholic Church, worldwide. Both shared their thoughts and their heart in the Eucharist and what it means to them.
The event of feeding the multitude with the five loaves and the two fish prefigures the act of Christ feeding humanity with Himself. We are likewise called to participate in this Eucharistic offering, to give ourselves to others in the very same manner that Christ gave Himself to the world. Just as Christ first blessed and broke the bread to be distributed, we must also be blessed and broken. Fr. Joseph meditates on what these two words really mean and how our unique blessedness and brokenness relate to the way we are to give ourselves as food and nourishment to the world.Fr. Joseph Abraham – July 24, 2022Christ the Savior American Coptic Orthodox ChurchDiocese of Los Angeleswww.thegoodsavior.org
Pope St. John Paul II called for all Catholics to cultivate a greater "Eucharistic amazement." Hear Dr. Scott Hahn describe how we can develop a deeper understanding of and devotion to the Blessed Sacrament.For more content from speakers like this, join us at SEEK23 in St. Louis, January 2-6, 2023. Visit seek.focus.org to learn more.
Join Fr. Marius O'Reilly & Kathy Sinnott as they begin a new show on Paving The Way Home called 'The Totus Tuus Show'. In this episode they discuss the power of the rosary. PAVING THE WAY HOME: Website: http://pavingthewayhome.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pavingthewayhome Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pavingthewayhome_ Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com SUPPORT PAVING THE WAY HOME: If you would like to financially support the work of Paving The Way Home so that we can keep on top of our costs and can continue to produce regular material, there are two possible methods: 1) Please visit http://pavingthewayhome.com/support-us/ for our bank account details 2) PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pavingthewayhome
On this week's episode, Bishop Burbidge offers: Unity with the Holy Father on the Vatican warning to Germany's "Synodal Way" Congratulations to Ann Augherton, managing editor of the Arlington Catholic Herald, for winning the 2022 St. Francis de Sales Award from the Catholic Media Association Perspective on why we should celebrate the annual World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly with the universal Church this weekend Context the two vocations summer camps for teens — Quo Vadisand FIAT— held at Mount Saint Mary's Seminary this month Commentary on the new apostolic letter from Pope Francis: “On the Liturgical Formation of the People of God” Preview of the upcoming Eucharistic Symposium with Archbishop Charles Chaput held at the Cathedral of Saint Thomas More this fall Thoughts on pro-life efforts since the overturning of Roe v. Wade, along with pregnancy resources despite the current status of abortion access in Virginia A recap of his A Catechesis on the Human Personamong transgender ideology in the news Bishop Burbidge also answers the following question from the faithful: What is your guidance to the Catholics in the diocese regarding whether or not we should be giving our patronage to companies publicly declaring their support for abortion rights? Do you have any suggestions for my first year of teaching CCD and religious education? In the aftermath of the Roe v. Wade overturning, what is the strategy of the bishops' conference and of our diocese as the pro-life effort continues in the States? What can be done to harden the target of every school and homeschool co-op throughout the diocese to keep children and teachers safe from harm?
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This weekend I would like to make myself accessible before or after each Mass for those who wish to say goodbye to me before my final departure, which will take place in about a week on the feast of our patroness, St. Anne. Since it will be impossible for me to greet everyone personally, and since this is the last time I will address you at the weekend celebrations, I would like to take this opportunity to once again thank you all for the messages, letters, emails, gifts, prayers and gestures of affection that you have given me, especially in the last few weeks. For some time now it has been impossible for me to respond to the outpouring of communications and I hope that my words today will reach all of you, like those bottles in stories that are thrown into the ocean by those who live on deserted islands, in the hope that they will reach, through the storms, across the sea, the people who are meant to receive them. I am taking your letters with me to read them slowly when I am in Spain. The most important thing, however, is to preserve the union that exists among all in the mystery of the Communion of Saints. United to Christ by sanctifying grace, we are all united to one another as branches of the same vine, and that is a union which neither physical distance nor death itself can undo. This Sunday's readings, in both the ordinary and extraordinary forms of the Eucharistic celebration, help us to understand both the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and the fundamental mission of the priest. In the ordinary form we have heard two very special stories in my opinion, because among other reasons on my pilgrimage on foot in the Holy Land four years ago, I had the grace to visit both the Oak of Mamre in the city of Hebron, where Abraham received and served God in those three mysterious characters that represent the Holy Trinity, and Bethany, where Jesus was received by Martha and Mary, and where the Gospel scene that we have all just heard takes place. The Gospel of the Tridentine Mass takes us to the shore of Lake Tiberias, where the Lord performs the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and thus feeds the hungry multitude. The first part of the Holy Mass, which we call the Liturgy of the Word, focuses on listening to the Word of God. In this first part in which we now find ourselves, we should all be like Mary of Bethany and place ourselves at the feet of our Master to learn from him who speaks to us. Listening, obviously, does not mean simply hearing with our ears the readings that are proclaimed, but welcoming into our souls the Word that gives eternal life. It is to model our heart and our behavior, our life and our inner world, according to the message of Christ that is actualized for us by the Church. That is the mission of the priest or the deacon when we preach: we are not here to give our opinions, but to bring you the teaching of Jesus, as if we were the echo of his voice in today's world. Today I want to thank you for having always listened attentively to my word, which so often has been a fragile word, and sometimes mispronounced. In the fragility of my word, I hope that you have been able to hear the very Word of God and the Wisdom of the Cross, which is in reality the living Person of Christ. As St. Paul says in today's second reading: "It is he whom we proclaim, admonishing everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone perfect in Christ.” Secondly, after the Liturgy of the Word, and after listening to Jesus as Mary did, with all our attention and all our love, the Lord feeds us with the Bread of Life, which is Holy Communion. The text of the Gospel of St. Mark heard this Sunday in the Tridentine Mass underlines the words of Jesus before working the miracle of multiplication of the loaves: "I have compassion on these people". The Lord, still today, takes pity on our poverty, on our helplessness, on our extreme weakness without him. And so, he works the Eucharistic miracle: The Bread truly becomes the Body of the Lord. The wine becomes his very Blood, and thus becomes the nourishment and strength of those who receive him in a state of grace. For this to happen, the priest must cooperate with the God who desires to satiate the heart of man. We are first asked to give what little we have and are: our seven loaves which are nothing, but which, in the hands of Jesus, multiply to satisfy the hunger of the world. Then he asks us to distribute this bread, to serve him as the apostles did or as Abraham did by the Oak of Mamre. This continues to be the case today. If we listen to the Word of Jesus, if we place our poverty in God's hands, he can continue to save the world. The ministry of preaching and sacramental ministry are part of the essence of the priestly vocation: in these ten years, with countless shortcomings, this is what I have done for you. The new pastor, Father Keith, will continue to carry out this service for you: his word will not be his own, but Jesus'; the food that he will put in your mouth will be the same that I have been distributing to you for the past ten years: Jesus. Although the accessory, which is us, may change, what is substantial and important, which is Jesus, remains. So it is and will always be in the history of the Church until the end. Thank you all for your affection, your trust, your patience and your understanding during these years. I invite you to always seek the only important thing (Lk 10: 42), to live for God in Christ Jesus (Rm 6:11), and to dwell always in the Church seeking together the Will of our Father. Let us be like Abraham, and serve God by being hospitable to our brothers and sisters. Let us be like Mary of Bethany, and let none of Jesus' words be lost. Let us be like the disciples, and share freely with our brothers and sisters what we have received freely. And in this way, may we work together in the Church for the salvation of the world and deserve one day to rest together in the joys of heaven.
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Bishop Joseph Perry joins David Carollo in our studio at the shrine to discuss the USCCB's National Eucharistic Revival, and the mystery of bread and wine becoming the Body and Blood of Jesus, which comes to us from Heaven and cannot easily be explained, except by faith in Jesus' own words.
Archbishop Vigneron discusses the recently-launched National Eucharistic Revival and how, as Catholics, we can help ourselves and others foster a renewed devotion to Jesus in the Eucharist. Show Notes: 0:20 – Archbishop Vigneron, Mary and Mike greet each other and catch up on the past month. Archbishop Vigneron reflects on the Eucharistic Procession held on the Feast of Corpus Christi that officially kicked off the National Eucharistic Revival in the Archdiocese of Detroit. 1:06 – Mary asks Archbishop Vigneron about the Archdiocese of Detroit's newest auxiliary bishop, Archbishop Paul F. Russell. Archbishop Vigneron talks about the ministry of an auxiliary bishop and how he came to know then-Father Russell when the latter was a priest in Boston. The group also celebrates Archbishop Russell's ties to Michigan. 7:14 – Mary asks Archbishop Vigneron to share an overview of the National Eucharistic Revival, its goals, and its inspiration. 11:13 – Mike asks Archbishop Vigneron to reflect on the survey data about how many Catholics believe in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist and to speak about what a successful Eucharistic Revival will look like. 17:53 – Archbishop Vigneron shares that while the Revival is an opportunity to re-catechize the faithful about the Eucharist, it cannot be focused only on an intellectual understanding of the sacrament. It must also make a real impact on people at emotional and spiritual levels. 19:56 – Mike, Mary, and Archbishop Vigneron talk about why it's important for Catholics to believe in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist and some of the reasons many Catholics don't share this foundational belief. 29:11 – Mike asks Archbishop Vigneron about the I AM HERE campaign that solicits and shares stories from Catholics who have been impacted in significant ways by Jesus in the Eucharist. They also discuss the importance of witnessing our faith to others and what makes an effective witness testimony. 34:42 – Our hosts share stories of powerful experiences they've had while praying in front of the Blessed Sacrament. 44:00 – Archbishop Vigneron answers listener questions about inventions that have changed his life, his “typical day,” and a few theological questions he would like to ask God. 50:52 – Archbishop Vigneron shares his prayer intentions for the month and closes the episode with a blessing.
Mother Miriam Live - July 8, 2022 The need for the virtue of perseverance Attracting a Jewish person to the Catholic faith while maintaining their sense of identity What Catholic homeschooling resources does Mother recommend? Is the Byzantine rite a valid Mass? How to deal with other Catholics who boast about their holiness Did all religious communities mandate vaccination? Does a priest have the right to change the Eucharistic prayer?
HOS 10:1-3, 7-8, 12 (1:49) Father talks about the life of St. Maria Goretti and the power of forgiveness MT 10:1-7 What does a disciple mean? Letters (22:01) Jim writes in about those that don't believe in God and the moral law My pastor doesn't read the Gospel or Eucharistic prayers, he reads them from memory. How much latitude does a priest have? Listener comments on politicians who receive communion despite abortion stance Word of the Day: Forgive (33:46) Callers (35:54) - There seems to be a movement to reinterpret the scriptures. How do we interpret the Scriptures? (39:41) - Why don't we bow at the name of Jesus? (41:58) - Did Jesus know that Judas knew would betray him? (44:35) - What do you think about choir substituting songs for the psalm during mass? (46:25) - Are Jesus and the Father co-equal? (48:44) - How does a priest become a monsignor
On today's episode, we discuss The Eucharistic Sacrifice by Sergius Bulgakov. You can send your feedback and questions to email@example.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentalists, check out our Facebook discussion group here. Be sure to join our Communion of Patreon Saints for only $5 a month!
Today, Tom McDonald is in the studio to discuss the Jim Carrey classic, "The Truman Show," Marion Amberg shares her travel guide to Eucharistic revivals, and Fr. Andrew Jones provides our Sunday Gospel reflection.
Fr. Roger J. Landry Rome Experience for Seminarians, Rome, Italy Mini-Course for the Eucharistic Revival “This Is My Body Given For You: Priests as Catalysts for the Church's Eucharistic Revival” July 1, 2022 https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/7.1.22_The_Witness_of_Eucharistic_Saints_Part_III_1.mp3 The post The Witness of Eucharistic Saints (Part III), Eucharistic Revival Mini-Course for Seminarians in the Rome Experience, July 1, 2022 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.
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The devil is mad as hell right now! He has lost a lot of ground recently with Roe being overturned. We are already seeing the retaliation. The need for ALL of us Christians to UNITE and GET STRONG is absolutely imperative. There is no time to waste. Our guest on this episode of the US Grace Force, Cathy Gilmore, is a speaker and event planner for CMA - Catholic Marketing Network, plus she is an award-winning children's author. Cathy talks about how important it is that we truly unite, like never before, and gives us information about a big event coming up that will do a lot to bring us together. Cathy's contacts and info: https://www.virtueheroes.com/ Catholic Marketing Network -> MOMENTUM22 Event Information (July 25-28 in Schaumburg IL): https://bit.ly/3xR3AUx CMN MOMENTUM'22 Event Registration: https://bit.ly/3MCGdmD (one registration gives access to all the conference tracks, prayer experiences, and the expo hall) Discount Hotel Stay at the Marriott link: https://bit.ly/3mBY69x CMN Conference Partner Track Information/links: 2-Day Pillars of Faith Conference July 27-28: “REVIVED by the EUCHARIST - UNITED by the ROSARY”: https://bit.ly/3mBYgh9 2-Day LAW of LIFE SUMMIT July 27-28 : https://bit.ly/3MC96OQ (Includes optional tickets for meal-based Experiences) Wednesday July 27, Celebration of Life Dinner & Reception 5:30 pm cocktail hour/ 6:30-9:00 Donner and live entertainment: https://bit.ly/3mFSwDa (link for individual dinner tickets for local Chicago area guests) 3-Day Catholic Writers Guild event details: https://bit.ly/3xE1yH4 Coalition of Eucharistic and Marian Apostolates (CEMA) www.coalitionofapostolates.com for year-round prayer opportunities for folks who can't come to the July event. --------------------------------- Help support this podcast by becoming a US Grace Force Patron here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=25398590 --------------------------------- Check out Join our US Grace Force Facebook group: https://usgraceforce.com/ --------------------------------- Battle Ready Emergency Preparedness Course: Be prepared to Care for and Protect your Family in times of Natural Disasters, Emergencies, Civil Unrest, Economic Collapse, and More - All in Line with Catholic Church Teaching. Click here to learn more and sign up: https://bit.ly/3da2kBQ --------------------------------- Go HERE to check out the BR Coalition and get great training Body, Mind & Soul! https://brcoalition.com/ Become part of one of the fastest growing online Catholic Membership sites. --------------------------------------- Get your hands on some great US Grace Force T-shirts! us-grace-force.creator-spring.com
Fr. Roger J. Landry Rome Experience for Seminarians, Rome, Italy Mini-Course for the Eucharistic Revival “This Is My Body Given For You: Priests as Catalysts for the Church's Eucharistic Revival” June 30, 2022 https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/6.30.22_Eucharistic_Celebration_Adoration_Charity_and_Witness_Part_II_1.mp3 The post Eucharistic Celebration, Adoration, Charity and Witness (Part II of III), Eucharistic Revival Mini-Course for Seminarians in the Rome Experience, June 30, 2022 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.
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Wednesday of the Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time. Father Dave reflects on how news stories can stir passionate change in us, and connects this to those in the Old Testament who were convicted by the Word of God. He also challenges us to use Scripture to change our lives for the better. Preached at Saint Paul the Apostle Church, New York City on 06-22-22
The theology of the Eucharist in St. Thomas Aquinas may seem complex, but that complexity is conformed to the tremendous mystery of Christ's gift of himself in the sacrament. There is growth ahead for us not primarily in understanding the Eucharist as if we could ever achieve something like conceptual mastery, but especially in growing in love for and devotion to the Son of God who acts in love for us. If we can allow St. Thomas to help us raise our minds to the wonders of Christ's Eucharistic gift, perhaps we can then better raise our hearts into union with him. Our guide to helping us learn from St. Thomas's theology of the Eucharist is Dr. Michael Hahn, assistant professor of Sacred Scripture at Mount St. Mary's Seminary. Our conversation today follows from a lecture Dr. Hahn gave at the annual Academy of Catholic Theology conference, where he spoke on the sacraments and sanctification in the theology of Thomas Aquinas.
On the eve of the Feast of Corpus Christi on Saturday June 18, 2022 I was blessed to be invited to give a talk at St. Alfred's Catholic Church in Taylor, MI on the Eucharist. I brought my recorder... but didn't hit record!! So, I figured I'd give my talk again here for the podcast - it's a bit longer than the live talk I gave as I have more time and able to bring out a few extra details. Here is the live recording if you'd like to watch it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CvIPMtJZGk&t=1s - first 55 minutes is praise & worship, then my talk, then adoration and benediction at end. Enjoy! Check out the podcast website here: https://sites.google.com/view/crossingthejordan/welcome. On the website you can find episodes/topics that you want to hear, find recommended resources to grow in your faith, submit questions/request, and/or subscribe to the podcast to receive emails with direct links to your preferred podcast platform. If you'd like to reach out for a prayer request, feel free to email me directly at email@example.com. God bless you all abundantly! Available on iTunes, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Podcast Addict, Player FM, SoundCloud, Spotify, and Stitcher. Artwork by Yongsung Kim
This week, Ashley and Zac chat with Rebecca Jennings, a senior correspondent at The Goods by Vox, who is the author of a new article, “How Catholicism became a meme: One of the world's most powerful religions is now an alt status symbol.” Rebecca explains why Catholicism's aesthetic is popping up across the internet, and what that says about the church's place in wider culture. During Signs of the Times, the hosts discuss the murder of two Jesuit priests in Mexico and the launch of a three year Eucharistic revival in the United States. This is Jesuitical's last episode of the season—we'll be back in your feeds this fall! In the meantime, follow Jesuitical on Facebook and Twitter, and you can support the show on Patreon. Links from the show: TRAVEL TO ITALY WITH JESUITICAL Jesuitical Listener Survey! How Catholicism became a meme Two Jesuit priests killed in Mexico Interview: What is the bishops' eucharistic revival, and why should Catholics care? What's on tap? The Jennings: Vodka soda with a splash of St. Germain and a lime. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We welcome back Teresa Tomeo of EWTN to discuss the Real Presence, pilgrimages, and the necessity of quiet reflection in the life of faith. Check out her upcoming pilgrimage, Living La Dolce Fede: the Sweet Life of Faith. Father Finishes with Timely Thoughts. New Italian Pilgrimage: La Dolce Fide Living La Dolce Fide: The Sweet Life of Faith The National Eucharistic Revival The Catholic Current - Scripture, Tradition, and Science on the Real Presence (Dr. Stacy Trasancos)
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