Monthly Archives: June 2011
For those who missed it, I’ve posted this on my personal site. I have posted the audio from a sermon I preached this Sunday at First Presbyterian Church of Hammond. Check it out HERE.
Here is an excerpt from the introduction of Holiness is Always in Season by Pope Benedict XVI in which Leonardo Sapienza comments briefly on the last verse of today’s gospel reading: For a Christian, what is true perfection? Christ’s words … Continue reading
MAT stands for “Ministry And Theology,” and these are certification courses offered through the Diocese of Baton Rouge. They are required of all teachers in Catholic schools (2 per year) and are great for those who want to be catechists … Continue reading
This prayer from the Didache seems an appropriate response to the gospel reading for today: We give you thanks, Holy Father, for your holy name which you have caused to dwell in our hearts, and for the knowledge and faith … Continue reading
Today’s first reading came from Acts 19:1-8: While Apollos was in Corinth, Paul traveled through the interior of the country and down to Ephesus where he found some disciples. He said to them, “Did you receive the Holy Spirit when … Continue reading
Today is the Feast of Justin Martyr. Check out this video below: