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14th August >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 18:1-5,10,12-14 for Tuesday, Nineteenth Week in Ordinary Time: ‘Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?’. 20th March >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 1:16,18-21,24 or Luke 2:41-51a for the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary: ‘Joseph, Son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife’.Various homilies for daily masses between December 11, 2009 and July 7, 2010 are available on YouTube in video format. Video uploads may continue after Fr. Martin recovers from his recent illness. Stay tuned to the MOGCHAPEL channel on YouTube and check back with Fr. Francis Martin Ministries for updates. Subscribe to MOG Chapel on YouTube. 16th April >> FR. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 20:19-31 for Divine Mercy Sunday (Second Sunday of Easter): ‘My Lord and my God’.Homily Saturday October 7th, 2023. This week homilies. Catholic Daily Reflections on the Gospel of the day for all the week.5th June >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Mark 12:1-12 for Monday, Ninth Week in... Monday, Ninth Week in Ordinary Time Gospel (Except USA) Mark 12:1-12 They seized the beloved son, killed him and threw him out of the vineyard.29th March >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 8:31-42 for Wednesday, Fifth Week of Lent: ‘The truth will make you free’. Apr 23, 2023 · Fr Martin's Homilies @revmartinhogan 24th April >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 6:22-29 for Monday, Third Week of Easter: ‘Work for food that endures to eternal life’. Fr. Martin Hogan, Saint John the Baptist Parish, Clontarf, Dublin, D03 AO62, Ireland. Email: [email protected] or [email protected]. Parish Website: www.stjohnsclontarf.ie Please join us via our webcam. Twitter: @SJtBClontarfRC. Facebook: St John the Baptist RC Parish, Clontarf. Tumblr: Saint John the Baptist Parish, Clontarf ... 7th July >> Fr. Martin's Reflection on Today's Gospel Reading (Matthew 10:7-15) Thursday, Fourteenth Week in Ordinary Time: 'You received without charge, give without charge.'. Thursday, Fourteenth Week in Ordinary Time. Gospel (Europe, New Zealand, Australia, Canada & South Africa) Matthew 10:7-15. Jesus instructed the Twelve as follows: ‘As ...28th March >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 8:21-30 for Tuesday, Fifth Week of Lent: ‘When you have lifted up the Son of Man, then you will know that I am he’.22nd April >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 6:16-21 for Saturday, Second Week...In the words of the first letter of Saint John, this morning’s first reading, ‘anyone who has the Son, has life’. Fr. Martin Hogan, Saint John the Baptist Parish, Clontarf, Dublin, D03 AO62, Ireland. Email: [email protected] or [email protected]. Parish Website: www.stjohnsclontarf.ie Please join us via our webcam.In Matthew’s gospel, Judas committed suicide because he saw no way back after betrayal. Yet, there is always a way back, even after betrayal, because, in the words of Matthew’s gospel, Jesus’ blood was poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins. In the words of Paul’s letter to the Romans, ‘where sin abounds, grace abounds all ...21st June >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18 for Wednesday, Eleventh Week in Ordinary Time: 'Your Father who sees all that is done in secret will reward you'.John 19:25-34. Behold, your son. Behold, your mother. Standing by the cross of Jesus were his mother and his mother’s sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary of Magdala. When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple there whom he loved he said to his mother, “Woman, behold, your son.”. Then he said to the disciple, “Behold, your mother.”.2nd October >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 18:1-5, 10 for the Feast of the Holy Guardian Angels: ‘Their angels in heaven are continually in the presence of my Father’.10th October >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Luke 10:38-42 for Tuesday, Twenty Seventh Week in Ordinary Time: ‘It is Mary who has chosen the better part’.Fr Martin Hogan is a priest of the Diocese of Dublin. He was a Scripture lecturer in Mater Dei Institute of Education for over thirty years. This is his seventh publication of reflections on the weekday readings.During a June 16, 2017 podcast, Fr. Martin said Sr. Jeannine Gramick, a dissident nun and co-founder of pro-gay New Ways Ministry, should be declared a saint. Fr. Martin's admiration for Sr ...Various homilies for daily masses between December 11, 2009 and July 7, 2010 are available on YouTube in video format. Video uploads may continue after Fr. Martin recovers from his recent illness. Stay tuned to the MOGCHAPEL channel on YouTube and check back with Fr. Francis Martin Ministries for updates. Subscribe to MOG Chapel on YouTube. This is what he taught them: ‘How happy are the poor in spirit; theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Happy the gentle: they shall have the earth for their heritage. Happy those who mourn: they shall be comforted. Happy those who hunger and thirst for what is right: they shall be satisfied. Happy the merciful: they shall have mercy shown them.This afternoon I happened to open your website address and I was so touched by your inspiring homilies. And this evening I just apply some of your inputs in today’s homily. Thank you Father for sharing your God-given gifts not only for your communities in the Philippines, but in the Catholic Church world-wide.7th May >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 14:1-12 for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, Cycle A: the ‘I am the way, the truth and the life’.Sr. Anthonamma Pyred… on Homilies: Patty Korte on 3rd Sunday of Advent, Year A: Fr Alan Gilmore, ocs… on 2nd Sunday of Advent, Year A: Jane on 1st Sunday of Advent, Year A: Ivy Robinson on 1st Sunday of Advent, Year A: Jane on About: Florencia Lee on About: Peter on Sundays: Jane on 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time,…Fr. Martin Eke, MSP - Homily for Christmas Year A- December 25, 2022. Homily of Christmas, 2022. Isaiah 9:1-6, Psalm 96:1-3, 11-13; Titus:11-14; Luke 2:1-14. Christmas celebration is the most festive time of the world. While Christians celebrate the commemoration of the birth of Jesus, the effects of the celebration are felt all over the world.Homily Saturday October 14th, 2023. Read. This week homilies. Catholic Daily Reflections on the Gospel of the day for all the week.27th September >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 21:28-32 for Twenty Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A: ‘Which of the two did the Father’s will?’.John says, “Let us love one another because love comes from God and anyone who loves is begotten by God and knows God”. (1 Jn. 4: 7) Every human being is called by God to be fully human and to find fulfilment in true love. Blessed John Paul said, “Love is the fundamental and innate vocation of every human being”.OT XV [A] (July 7) Sunday Homily (Eight-minute homily in one page). Introduction: Today’s readings are about the transforming power of the word of God when read, preached, and lived. They also warn us not to be disappointed at the absence of immediate results. We must take a positive and optimistic view of our missionary efforts, …Join Fr. Francis Martin as he reflects on the Word of God proclaimed to us on this Sunday in Ordinary Time! Offer feedback... Monday, 28ᵗʰ Week in Ordinary Time (Oct 16) Choose from all available audio homilies to download. Tuesday, 28ᵗʰ Week in Ordinary Time (Oct 17) Choose from all available audio homilies to download. More Articles ...Fr Martin's Daily Homilies & Reflections on Tumblr. “You have heard that it was said to your ancestors, You shall not kill; and whoever kills will be liable to judgment. But I say to you, whoever is angry with his brother will be liable to judgment, and whoever says to his brother, Raqa, will be answerable to the Sanhedrin, and whoever says ...God came to us in the ordinary, the familiar, in the life of a carpenter’s son. That son of the carpenter, that son of Mary who is also Son of God, continues to come to us today as risen Lord in and through the familiar and the ordinary. He said to his disciples, ‘whoever welcomes you, welcomes me’, ‘whoever welcomes one such child in ...Fr. James Martin, SJ. 612,923 likes · 27,709 talking about this. Jesuit priest, editor at large of America, author of Come Forth (Sep)...James Martin, S.J. James Martin, S.J., is the editor of Outreach and the editor at large of America Media. Outreach is part of America Media. To support Outreach you can make a donation or subscribe to America. Thank goodness for your wisdom. Please keep up your blessed, loving, intelligent work. This is a wonderful reflection.29th March >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 8:31-42 for Wednesday, Fifth Week of Lent: ‘The truth will make you free’. 4th April >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 13:21-33, 36-38 for Tuesday of Holy Week: ‘Now has the Son of Man been glorified’.Fr. Martin was incardinated in the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. where he served as chaplain of the Mother of God Community in Gaithersburg, MD. He founded The Word Proclaimed Institute in order to make his scholarshp, preaching, and teaching readily avaliable to priests and interested lay people. In addition to over 60 scholarly articles, Fr ... Fr Martin's Daily Homilies & Reflections on Tumblr. At that time Peter began to tell Jesus, ‘What about us? We have left everything and followed you.’. Jesus said, ‘I tell you solemnly, there is no one who has left house, brothers, sisters, father, children or land for my sake and for the sake of the gospel who will not be repaid a ...If you would like to receive Father Hanly’s homily for the week each week by email, enter your email address in the box below: Join our email list. By clicking submit, you agree to share your email address with the site owner and Mailchimp to emails from the site owner. Use the unsubscribe link in those emails to opt out at any time. Fr Martin's Homilies @revmartinhogan 16th June >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 11:25-30 for the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus: ‘I am gentle and humble in heart’.The parable of the sower. Jesus began to teach by the lakeside, but such a huge crowd gathered round him that he got into a boat on the lake and sat there. The people were all along the shore, at the water’s edge. He taught them many things in parables, and in the course of his teaching he said to them, ‘Listen! Imagine a sower going out to ... The latest tweets from @revmartinhogan 20th February >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Mark 9:14-29 for Monday, Seventh Week in Ordinary Time: ‘Everything is possible for anyone who has faith’. at.tumblr.com 20th February >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Mark 9:14-29 for Monday, Seventh...It is because we believe that Jesus is God’s Son that we seek to listen even more attentively to his word and allow that word to shape our lives. Fr. Martin Hogan, Saint John the Baptist Parish, Clontarf, Dublin, D03 AO62, Ireland. Email: [email protected] or [email protected]. 2nd October >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Luke 17:5-10 for the Twenty Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C: ‘Increase our faith’. Twenty Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C. Gospel (Except USA) Luke 17:5-10. Say, 'We are merely servants'. The apostles said to the Lord, ‘Increase our faith.’ The Lord replied, ‘Were your faith the …Easter VI [C] (May 26) Homily Jn 14:23-29 (One-page summary) L/22 . Easter VI [C] (May 26) Homily Jn 14:23-29 (One-page summary) L/ 22 Introduction: Today’s readings show us the effects of the abiding presence of God in His Church and of His indwelling in each one of us. Scripture lessons: The first reading, taken from the Acts of the Apostles, tells us how …2nd October >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Luke 17:5-10 for the Twenty Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C: ‘Increase our faith’.28. Thursday, 25ᵗʰ Week in Ordinary Time (Sep 28) 29. Friday, 25ᵗʰ Week in Ordinary Time (Sep 29) Saint Michael, Saint Gabriel, and Saint Raphael. 30. Saturday, 25ᵗʰ Week in Ordinary Time (Sep 30) The Word Proclaimed Institute - encouraging and facilitating knowledge of God through scriptural studies via content management system.Fr. Martin Hogan, Saint John the Baptist Parish, Clontarf, Dublin, D03 AO62, Ireland. Email: [email protected] or [email protected]. Parish Website: www.stjohnsclontarf.ie Please join us via our webcam. Twitter: @SJtBClontarfRC. Facebook: St John the Baptist RC Parish, Clontarf. Tumblr: Saint John the Baptist Parish, Clontarf ... 8th May >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 14:1-6 for Friday, Fourth Week of Easter: ‘I am the Way, the Truth and the Life’.John 19:25-34. Behold, your son. Behold, your mother. Standing by the cross of Jesus were his mother and his mother’s sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary of Magdala. When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple there whom he loved he said to his mother, “Woman, behold, your son.”. Then he said to the disciple, “Behold, your mother.”.28th March >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 8:21-30 for Tuesday, Fifth Week of Lent: ‘When you have lifted up the Son of Man, then you will know that I am he’.Sep 24, 2023 · Fr. Martin’s Reflection – September 24, 2023 Dear Sisters & Brothers, Matthew 20:1-16 presents the parable of the laborers in the vineyard, conveying profound lessons about grace and divine fairness. The landowner’s approach challenges conventional notions of reward and labor. The latest tweets from @revmartinhogan Fr Martin's Homilies @revmartinhogan 20th February >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Mark 9:14-29 for Monday, Seventh Week in Ordinary …Simon’s mother-in-law was afflicted with a severe fever, and they interceded with him about her. He stood over her, rebuked the fever, and it left her. She got up immediately and waited on them. At sunset, all who had people sick with various diseases brought them to him. He laid his hands on each of them and cured them. 28th June >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 7:15-20 for Wednesday, Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time: ‘You will be able to tell them by their fruits'. tumblr.com 28th June >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 7:15-20 for Wednesday, Twelfth...Find the latest homilies from Fr. Tony Kadavil, a Catholic priest who teaches faith and faith in the Bible. Browse his Sunday and weekday homilies, RCIA, Faith Formation and Bible classes.Welcome to Saint Anthony’s Catholic Church! We are a welcoming Catholic community whose Vision is “Unified through the Eucharist we, the Community of St. Anthony’s, embrace our many cultures as we pray, grieve and celebrate together, one church alive in the body of Christ”.Welcome to Saint Anthony’s Catholic Church! We are a welcoming Catholic community whose Vision is “Unified through the Eucharist we, the Community of St. Anthony’s, embrace our many cultures as we pray, grieve and celebrate together, one church alive in the body of Christ”. Join Fr. Francis Martin as he reflects on the Word of God proclaimed to us on this Sunday in Ordinary Time! Offer feedback... Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus …10th October >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Luke 10:38-42 for Tuesday, Twenty Seventh Week in Ordinary Time: ‘It is Mary who has chosen the better part’.Oct 5, 2023 · Thursday, September 7, 2023. 26TH Sunday in Ordinary Time of Year A, 2023. Ezekiel 18:25-28; Psalm 25:4-9; Philippians 2:1-11; Matthew 21:28-32. Fr Martin Eke, MSP. In the gospel, the first son who replied to his father, “I will not,” afterwards changed his mind and did his father’s will. But the second son who said “Yes, sir” to the ... 11th May >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on John 15:9-11 for Thursday, Fifth Week of... Thursday, Fifth Week of Easter Gospel (Except USA) John 15:9-11 Remain in my love. Jesus said to his disciples: ‘As the Father has loved me, so I …28th June >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 7:15-20 for Wednesday, Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time: ‘You will be able to tell them by their fruits'. tumblr.com 28th June >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 7:15-20 for Wednesday, Twelfth...April 23, 2020 at 4:27 pm. Hi I am Fr. Peter A. Lingdamo Priest from India , now in the Morning Star Regional Seminary , Barrecklpore, Kolkata, 700 121,WB, India happy with the teaching I get for every sunday. Thank you so much, May Our Lord and the Master continue to bless you in Ministry of Word of God.Homily Saturday October 7th, 2023. This week homilies. Catholic Daily Reflections on the Gospel of the day for all the week. Oct 9, 2022 · OT XXIX [C] (Oct 16) Ex 17:8-13, II Tm 3:14–4:2, Lk 18:1-8. Homily starter anecdotes # 1: Gideon’s experiment with prayer: Many years ago a man named Dalton suggested that the prayer of petition should be put to the test. One-half of England, he said, should pray for rain and then compare the rainfall with the other half who did not pray ... Oct 8, 2008 · Join Fr. Francis Martin as he reflects on the Word of God proclaimed to us on this Sunday in Ordinary Time! Offer feedback... Monday, 28ᵗʰ Week in Ordinary Time (Oct 16) Choose from all available audio homilies to download. Tuesday, 28ᵗʰ Week in Ordinary Time (Oct 17) Choose from all available audio homilies to download. More Articles ... 10 ส.ค. 2559 ... On this, the sad occasion of his loss, I recall the very day, ten years ago, of Kevin Vella's marriage to Rita.18th February >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Luke 9:22-25 for Thursday after Ash Wednesday: ‘Anyone who loses his life for my sake will save it’.20th March >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 1:16,18-21,24 or Luke 2:41-51a for the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary: ‘Joseph, Son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife’.10th October >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Luke 10:38-42 for Tuesday, Twenty Seventh Week in Ordinary Time: ‘It is Mary who has chosen the better part’.PRAY: When we pray to God, we should follow the example of the saints who came before us. St. Paul notes: “Keep on doing what you have learned and received and heard and seen in me. Then the God of peace will be with you.”. Our prayers are a time to make requests of God but also should be used for thanksgiving.20th March >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 20:17-28 for Wednesday, Second Week of Lent: ‘Anyone who wants to be great among you must be your servant’.The examen is a centuries-old prayer practice that helps you find God in your daily life. This daily podcast is based on a technique that St. Ignatius Loyola outlined in the Spiritual Exercises, his classic manual for …Office Hours: Monday thru Thursday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. Friday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Saturday 9:30 am to 11:30 am. Sunday Closed.Oct 10, 2023 · 27th Week, Ordinary Time, Wednesday, 11-10-2023. Jonah 4:1-11 / Luke 11:1-4. For a Christian, prayer is an essential aspect of life. Because prayer is not just something that we do. Prayer is also more that just a form of communication with God. Prayer is being with God, to know who God is, and to know who we are. Fr. Martin Eke, MSP - Homily for the Twenty-Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time Year B - October 10, 2021 Homily of Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B, 2021 Wisdom 7:7-11; Psalm 90:12-17; Hebrews 4:12-13; Mark 10:17-30Fr Martin's Daily Homilies & Reflections New book for 2021 'You Have the Words of Eternal Life' ~ Weekday Reflections for Liturgical Year 2020/21 at messenger. This homily was …Sr. Anthonamma Pyred… on Homilies: Patty Korte on 3rd Sunday of Advent, Year A: Fr Alan Gilmore, ocs… on 2nd Sunday of Advent, Year A: Jane on 1st Sunday of Advent, Year A: Ivy Robinson on 1st Sunday of Advent, Year A: Jane on About: Florencia Lee on About: Peter on Sundays: Jane on 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time,…6th January >> Fr. Martin's Reflection on Today's Gospel Reading (Matthew 2:1-12) - Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord: ‘They did him homage’. Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord. Gospel (Ireland) Matthew 2:1-12. After Jesus had been born at Bethlehem in Judaea during the reign of King Herod, some wise men came to Jerusalem from the east ...Oct 15, 2023 · PRAY: When we pray to God, we should follow the example of the saints who came before us. St. Paul notes: “Keep on doing what you have learned and received and heard and seen in me. Then the God of peace will be with you.”. Our prayers are a time to make requests of God but also should be used for thanksgiving. Find the latest homilies from Fr. Tony Kadavil, a Catholic priest who teaches faith and faith in the Bible. Browse his Sunday and weekday homilies, RCIA, Faith Formation and Bible classes.. 8th May >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel ReflecOur Friars in Tanzania need your support 20th March >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Matthew 1:16,18-21,24 or Luke 2:41-51a for the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary: ‘Joseph, Son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife’. 22nd September >> Fr. Martin’s Gospel Reflections / Homilies [email protected]@gmail.com. www.stjohnsclontarf.ie. Twitter: @SJtBClontarfRC. Facebook: St John the Baptist RC Parish, Clontarf. Tumblr: Saint John the Baptist Parish, Clontarf, Dublin. 11th October >> Fr. Martin's Gospel Reflections / Homilies on Luke 11:5-13 for Thursday, Twenty-Seventh Week in Ordinary Time:... Homily Saturday October 7th, 2023. This week homilies. Catholic Dai...

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