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Alive!
Alive!
Fr. Jonathan Meyer, pastor of All Saints Parish in Guilford, Indiana, wants to help you be ALIVE in your faith!
Fr. Jim Golka
Fr. Jim Golka
Fr. Jim Golka is the pastor of St. Mary’s Cathedral Grand Island NE.

Fr. Geoffrey Plant
Fr. Geoffrey Plant
Fr Geoffrey of the Archdiocese of Sydney, Australia, presents multimedia presentations giving an analysis of Sunday's readings.

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The Catholic Talk Show
The Catholic Talk Show
The Catholic Talk Show features Ryan DellaCrosse, Ryan Scheel, and Fr. Rich Pagano. The show is hilarious, entertaining, and informative!

Explicitly Pro Life
Explicitly Pro Life
President of Students for Life of America & Students for Life Action

Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
The shrine is the largest Catholic church in the United States and in North America.

5 Things with Father Bill Byrne
5 Things with Father Bill Byrne
Fr. Bill Byrne shares 5 Things about most everything in life - from what he learned from his dog to myths about the priesthood.

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The Gospel’s core question

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“What have you to do with us, Jesus of Nazareth?” That’s the first question put to Jesus in the Gospel of Mark. It is really the core question of the Gospel. What are we to make of the fact that Mark puts that question in the mouth of an unclean spirit? To make matters worse, the demon got everything right by calling Jesus the Holy One of God and accusing him of having come to destroy evil spirits.

Commentary by Sr. Mary McGlone, Fr. Clement Thibodeau, and Fr. Eamon Tobin; tips for lectors by Paul J. Schlachter and Greg Warnusz; exegesis and bible study with Richard Niell Donavan and Michal E. Hunt; and more.

Sunday Prep Videos

Blogs – 4B Ordinary Time
  • If you're not the boss of me - who is?
  • He teaches with authority
  • Today’s Gospel reminds us we need good teachers we can trust
  • Demons in holy places
  • A thimbleful of love
  • Fame and faith are very different things
  • The best protection against demons and evil spirits
  • What Authority Is for The Christian

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Bishop Barron Podcasts

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Children’s Liturgy of the Word

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Divine Office

Sun, January 24, 2021

Directions: Select an HOUR of the Office from the list, then click on blue text to bring up TEXT. Press the PLAY button for audio.
Jan 24, Invitatory for Sunday in the 3rd week of Ordinary Time

Lord, open my lips.
And my mouth will proclaim your praise.

Ant. Come, let us worship the Lord, fount of all wisdom, alleluia.

Psalm 95

Come, let us sing to the Lord
and shout with joy to the Rock who saves us.
Let us approach him with praise and thanksgiving
and sing joyful songs to the Lord.

Ant. Come, let us worship the Lord, fount of all wisdom, alleluia.

The Lord is God, the mighty God,
the great king over all the gods.
He holds in his hands the depths of the earth
and the highest mountains as well
He made the sea; it belongs to him,
the dry land, too, for it was formed by his hands.

Ant. Come, let us worship the Lord, fount of all wisdom, alleluia.

Come, then, let us bow down and worship,
bending the knee before the Lord, our maker,
For he is our God and we are his people,
the flock he shepherds.

Ant. Come, let us worship the Lord, fount of all wisdom, alleluia.

Today, listen to the voice of the Lord:
Do not grow stubborn, as your fathers did in the wilderness,
when at Meriba and Massah they challenged me and provoked me,
Although they had seen all of my works.

Ant. Come, let us worship the Lord, fount of all wisdom, alleluia.

Forty years I endured that generation.
I said, “They are a people whose hearts go astray
and they do not know my ways.”
So I swore in my anger,
“They shall not enter into my rest.”

Ant. Come, let us worship the Lord, fount of all wisdom, alleluia.

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:
as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen.

Ant. Come, let us worship the Lord, fount of all wisdom, alleluia.


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Benedictine Monks

PREVIOUS RECORDINGS OF LIVE STREAMS

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Featured Hymns

Evening Prayer

Magnificat

Magnificat performed by St. Patrick's Seminary and University Schola
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The Song of Mary (Luke 1:46-55), a canticle used traditionally in the Church's Vespers, or Evening Prayer service.

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Featured Videos

Sun, January 24, 2021

Catholic YouTube

Order of Preachers (United Kingdom)

St. Paul Center

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Fr. Mike Schmitz

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Vatican News

Sun, January 24, 2021