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Alive!
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Fr. Jonathan Meyer, pastor of All Saints Parish in Guilford, Indiana, wants to help you be ALIVE in your faith!
Fr. Brett Williams - Sermon Prep
Fr. Brett Williams – Sermon Prep
Fr. Brett Williams is pastor of St Joseph in Morningside, Durban (South Africa).

Sunday Game Plan
Sunday Game Plan
Priests and Deacons throughout the Archdiocese of Washington talk about what they are planning to focus on in their upcoming homily.

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Emmaus Series

by Fr. John Thornhill, sm

Which of the two did the father’s will?

The parable of Jesus reminds us that these inconsistencies can be present in our Christian lives – when we see ourselves as fervent believers, always faithful to our devotions and religious observances, but with little practical expression to show of our following of Christ.

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Catholic Mama
Catholic Mama
Learn how to deepen and defend your faith, find comfort as we share the vocation of parenthood and marriage and learn how to raise your children confidently Catholic.

Catholic Momcast
Catholic Momcast
Lisa Hendey and Danielle Bean bring you all things faith, family and fun!

Raising Saints
Raising Saints
Katy Wyatt discusses various topics with young adults in a show designed for Catholic parents who desire to raise the saints in their lives.

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My Catholic Perspective
My Catholic Perspective
A Catholic girl learning how to reach her potential giving all glory to God.

The Religion Teacher
The Religion Teacher
Once a teacher, always a teacher. Now I write books and create practical resources on teaching, evangelization, spirituality, and book marketing.

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Sunday Commentary

September 27, 2020

First Reading | Psalm
|Second Reading | Gospel

The parable of the two sons

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Go out and work

CATHOLIC WOMEN PREACHMarge Kloos, S.C., D. Min.

Marge Kloos, SC Preaches for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

EXCERPT – Today, we are a planet awakening to multiple injustices cascading over our consciousness. Our journey to the vineyard cannot be put on hold. The urgency of this moment calls us to go to work in the vineyard where the weeds of hate and indifference choke the vitality of our souls.

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Teaching authority of the Catholic Church
The ship vs. lighthouse
Teaching authority of the Catholic Church
Preachers have often used the "Ship vs. the Lighthouse" illustration to teach the dangers of inflexibility and self-importance, or the need for situational awareness.

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Use it or lose it

Fr. George Smiga – BUILDING ON THE WORD

None of us stay the same. All of us are changing. Some of us are getting taller; others are getting shorter. Some people are losing weight; others are putting it on. Some of us are getting richer; most of us are getting poorer. Some of us are developing, increasing in our skills and abilities; others are finding their skills are diminishing. None of us stay the same. The same thing is true of our spiritual life, because our faith is not a set of concepts which we can memorize and then know forever. Our faith is a relationship, a living relationship with God. Therefore, that relationship is either growing or it is diminishing. It is increasing in strength or it is fading. (2008)

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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Actions & attitudes

CATHOLIC INSPIRATIONFr. Andrew Ricci

Ezekiel and Jesus point out the power of our actions in the spiritual life, and Paul reminds us that our actions are shaped when we take on the attitude of Jesus Christ. It’s practical advice that illustrates our ongoing need to focus on the Lord as we put our faith into practice. (2017)

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BE WITH THE WORD

A weekly video podcast that delves into human and psychological issues that surface in the upcoming Sunday Mass readings.

Choosing Unity Without Losing Integrity—Episode 45

26th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Dr. Peter and Dr. Gerry discuss how we can choose unity, especially as part of the mystical Body of Christ, without losing our integrity. Trying to listen and understand another’s point of view does not require us to agree with them. Instead, we are called to foster a unity in Christ’s love.

SOULS & HEARTSDr. Peter Malinoski and Dr. Gerry Crete

SUNDAY TOPICS & THEMES

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PASTORAL CONNECTION

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Walk the walk; don’t just talk the talk!
"Look at all the hypocrites who go to church..."
Walk the walk; don't just talk the talk!
The average pastoral care worker, the parish priest,or the pastoral counselor will surely have heard this frequent excuse for not going to church: “Look at all the hypocrites who go to church all the time and still exploit their neighbor and abuse the weak and the powerless.”
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Thursday, September 24

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John Henry Newman, the 19th-century's most important English-speaking Roman Catholic theologian, spent the first half of his life as an Anglican and the second half as a Roman Catholic. He was a priest, popular preacher, writer, and eminent theologian in both churches.

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