What must I do to inherit eternal life? (7:30 am)

What must I do to inherit eternal life? (7:30 am)
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Readings for Today

“What must I do to inherit eternal life?” What prompted the man to ask this question? What was he hoping Jesus would say? Did his “going away sad” last for the rest of his life, or did he seek to discover the meaning behind the command of Jesus to sell all he had? Have you thought about what Jesus might answer you when you ask the question? It might involve giving what you have to the poor, but it also might mean removing some other barrier to God from your life. The answer to this question is couched in wisdom. Do you plead and pray for wisdom? Do you seek to allow the Word of God to be living and effective in your life? Remove whatever keeps you from knowing the will of God from your life. Follow Jesus.

Homily given at Christian Brothers College High School, Town and Country, Missouri, on October 13, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

What must I do to inherit eternal life? (6:00pm)

What must I do to inherit eternal life? (6:00pm)
DePorres Pages Podcasts

 
 
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Readings for Today

“What must I do to inherit eternal life?” What prompted the man to ask this question? What was he hoping Jesus would say? Did his “going away sad” last for the rest of his life, or did he seek to discover the meaning behind the command of Jesus to sell all he had? Have you thought about what Jesus might answer you when you ask the question? It might involve giving what you have to the poor, but it also might mean removing some other barrier to God from your life. The answer to this question is couched in wisdom. Do you plead and pray for wisdom? Do you seek to allow the Word of God to be living and effective in your life? Remove whatever keeps you from knowing the will of God from your life. Follow Jesus.

Homily given at Christian Brothers College High School, Town and Country, Missouri, on October 13, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

What must I do to inherit eternal life? (7:30 am)

Readings for Today

“What must I do to inherit eternal life?” What prompted the man to ask this question? What was he hoping Jesus would say? Did his “going away sad” last for the rest of his life, or did he seek to discover the meaning behind the command of Jesus to sell all he had? Have you thought about what Jesus might answer you when you ask the question? It might involve giving what you have to the poor, but it also might mean removing some other barrier to God from your life. The answer to this question is couched in wisdom. Do you plead and pray for wisdom? Do you seek to allow the Word of God to be living and effective in your life? Remove whatever keeps you from knowing the will of God from your life. Follow Jesus.

Homily given at Our Lady of Lourdes, University City, Missouri, on October 14, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

What must I do to inherit eternal life? (6:00 pm)

Readings for Today

“What must I do to inherit eternal life?” What prompted the man to ask this question? What was he hoping Jesus would say? Did his “going away sad” last for the rest of his life, or did he seek to discover the meaning behind the command of Jesus to sell all he had? Have you thought about what Jesus might answer you when you ask the question? It might involve giving what you have to the poor, but it also might mean removing some other barrier to God from your life. The answer to this question is couched in wisdom. Do you plead and pray for wisdom? Do you seek to allow the Word of God to be living and effective in your life? Remove whatever keeps you from knowing the will of God from your life. Follow Jesus.

Homily given at Christian Brothers College High School, Town and Country, Missouri, on October 13, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Let’s talk about vocations: Yours! (11am)

Let’s talk about vocations: Yours! (11am)

 
 
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Readings for Today

For some people, hearing a priest introduce a homily by mentioning the topic of vocations, means a homily on becoming a priest, sister or brother. And yet, while these are worthwhile vocations, most of the time there is a “checking out.” Why? Because for many, they are married, already having answered their call from God. For others, they are too old. For still others, they are too young. It seems important for all Catholics to recall that we all have a vocation. And for many, today’s readings stress the importance of marriage, the hurt of divorce, and the pain of mourning the loss of a long time spouse.

Homily given at Our Lady of Lourdes, University City, Missouri, on October 6, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Let’s talk about vocations: Yours! (9am)

Let’s talk about vocations: Yours! (9am)
DePorres Pages Podcasts

 
 
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Readings for Today

For some people, hearing a priest introduce a homily by mentioning the topic of vocations, means a homily on becoming a priest, sister or brother. And yet, while these are worthwhile vocations, most of the time there is a “checking out.” Why? Because for many, they are married, already having answered their call from God. For others, they are too old. For still others, they are too young. It seems important for all Catholics to recall that we all have a vocation. And for many, today’s readings stress the importance of marriage, the hurt of divorce, and the pain of mourning the loss of a long time spouse.

Homily given at Our Lady of Lourdes, University City, Missouri, on October 6, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Let’s talk about vocations: Yours! (5pm)

Let’s talk about vocations: Yours! (5pm)
DePorres Pages Podcasts

 
 
00:00 / 13:35
 
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Readings for Today

For some people, hearing a priest introduce a homily by mentioning the topic of vocations, means a homily on becoming a priest, sister or brother. And yet, while these are worthwhile vocations, most of the time there is a “checking out.” Why? Because for many, they are married, already having answered their call from God. For others, they are too old. For still others, they are too young. It seems important for all Catholics to recall that we all have a vocation. And for many, today’s readings stress the importance of marriage, the hurt of divorce, and the pain of mourning the loss of a long time spouse.

Homily given at Our Lady of Lourdes, University City, Missouri, on October 6, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Let’s talk about vocations: Yours! (11am)

Readings for Today

For some people, hearing a priest introduce a homily by mentioning the topic of vocations, means a homily on becoming a priest, sister or brother. And yet, while these are worthwhile vocations, most of the time there is a “checking out.” Why? Because for many, they are married, already having answered their call from God. For others, they are too old. For still others, they are too young. It seems important for all Catholics to recall that we all have a vocation. And for many, today’s readings stress the importance of marriage, the hurt of divorce, and the pain of mourning the loss of a long time spouse.

Homily given at Our Lady of Lourdes, University City, Missouri, on October 9, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Let’s talk about vocations: Yours! (9am)

Readings for Today

For some people, hearing a priest introduce a homily by mentioning the topic of vocations, means a homily on becoming a priest, sister or brother. And yet, while these are worthwhile vocations, most of the time there is a “checking out.” Why? Because for many, they are married, already having answered their call from God. For others, they are too old. For still others, they are too young. It seems important for all Catholics to recall that we all have a vocation. And for many, today’s readings stress the importance of marriage, the hurt of divorce, and the pain of mourning the loss of a long time spouse.

Homily given at Our Lady of Lourdes, University City, Missouri, on October 9, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Let’s talk about vocations: Yours! (5pm)

Readings for Today

For some people, hearing a priest introduce a homily by mentioning the topic of vocations, means a homily on becoming a priest, sister or brother. And yet, while these are worthwhile vocations, most of the time there is a “checking out.” Why? Because for many, they are married, already having answered their call from God. For others, they are too old. For still others, they are too young. It seems important for all Catholics to recall that we all have a vocation. And for many, today’s readings stress the importance of marriage, the hurt of divorce, and the pain of mourning the loss of a long time spouse.

Homily given at Our Lady of Lourdes, University City, Missouri, on October 6, 2018.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay.