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Ordinary Time

Why Ordinary Time? | Fr. Brice Higginbotham

Homily

Why Ordinary Time?

Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, LA. | 4:11

Ever wondered what it means to be in the season of Ordinary Time?


Consider this...Ordinary Time, not so ordinary!

Homily

Consider this…Ordinary Time, not so ordinary!

Daybreak TV Productions | 1:52

Bishop Richard Malone explains the Catholic Church’s, season of Ordinary Time, in “Consider this… Ordinary time, not so ordinary”.

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ISA 42:1-4, 6-7

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A light to the nations

Catholic Buzz   Lights To The Nations

Reflection

The Church is a Light to the Nations

Christopher Phillips | 3:22

This video from Trinidad and Tobago looks at the verse from the first reading, where through the Prophet Isaiah, God is telling his people, “I will make you a light to the nations so that my salvation may reach to the ends of the earth.”


What are Fluorescent Minerals?

GEOLOGY

Fluorescent Minerals

Geology Hub | 1:38

“Just like the phonsphorescent rocks, we may look quite normal and lacking any luster. Yet, when we are enlightened by Christ, the Light of the World, we are energized so that we can share Christ with others.” Read more


[Becoming A Light To The Nations] What Was Vatican II - What Was Accomplished At Vatican II

CHURCH HISTORY

Becoming a Light to the Nations – What Vatican II accomplished

Gil Michelini | 13:38

Many of today’s Roman Catholics don’t know about Vatican II. In this video lesson, you will learn why the Council was called and what it accomplished. This lesson presents a high-level overview of the accomplishments of Vatican II and effects of those accomplishments on the Church today.


Lumen Gentium

CHURCH DOCUMENTS

Lumen Gentium

Vatican II Conference | 14:58

An explanation of what the Church is and its mission.


What does liturgy have to do with immigration reform?

LITURGY

What does liturgy have to do with immigration reform?

NCRonline | 0:47

Celebration’s editor Pat Marrin discusses why immigration reform is the topic of our national conference ‘A Light to the Nations.’


Why the only future worth building includes everyone | Pope Francis

POPE FRANCIS

Why the only future worth building includes everyone

TED | 17:51

(Turn on subtitles using the CC button.) A single individual is enough for hope to exist, and that individual can be you, says His Holiness Pope Francis in this searing TED Talk delivered directly from Vatican City. In a hopeful message to people of all faiths, to those who have power as well as those who don’t, the spiritual leader provides illuminating commentary on the world as we currently find it and calls for equality, solidarity and tenderness to prevail. “Let us help each other, all together, to remember that the ‘other’ is not a statistic, or a number,” he says. “We all need each other.”


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PS 40

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Here I am, Lord, I come to do your will

Steve Angrisano shares "Psalm 40: Here Am I, Lord"

Behind the Music

Steve Angrisano shares “Psalm 40: Here Am I, Lord”

OCPmusic | 3:16

Steve Angrisano shares his song “Here Am I, Lord,” a re-imagining of Psalm 40. He also tells us a bit about its inspiration, and how he wrote it so that no matter where he was, it could be performed and shared with all. Featured in Mass of a Joyful Heart, you’ll love this song of sweet dedication and praise.


Fr. Mike Schmitz: "How To Never Miss God’s Will For Your Life" | SEEK2015

LIFE APPLICATION

How To Never Miss God’s Will For Your Life

Franciscan University of Steubenville | 58:30

Fr. Mike Schmitz shares how to hear God’s Will to college students.


Discovering God's Will Within Us

LIFE APPLICATION

Discovering God’s will within us

Ascension Presents | 4:21

St. Catherine of Siena is known for saying, “Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.” In this video, Matt Fradd seconds that notion and encourages us to be the person our deepest desires tell us to be, because that’s the person God wants us to be. God gives us those desires so we can pursue them, and we’re only going to waste our lives if we live as anyone other than who God made us to be.


GOD’S PLAN FOR YOU | Understanding Your Purpose - Inspirational & Motivational Video

Motivational Video

God’s Plan for You | Understanding Your Purpose

Above Inspiration | 10:02

Rick Warren, Billy Graham and Ken Costa speak about how each of us was planned and made by God, and we are not an accident. He has a purpose for everything and everyone, and he created us to make a unique contribution in the world. Finding our purpose begins with God.

Bishop of London's amazing speech to William and Kate

IN THE NEWS

Bishop of London’s homily to William and Kate

Konstantin | 7:25

“Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire. So said St Catherine of Siena whose festival day it is today. Marriage is intended to be a way in which man and woman help each other to become what God meant each one to be, their deepest and truest selves.”

Franciscan University Presents: Discovering God's Will

In Depth

Discovering God’s Will

Franciscan University of Steubenville | 58:30

Join Host Michael Hernon, panelists Dr. Regis Martin and Dr. Scott Hahn, and special guest Fr. Timothy Gallagher, OMV, as they discuss finding the will of God in your life.

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ACTS 10:34-38

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Doing the work of Jesus in Corinth

Scott Hahn - Saint Paul: Persecutor to Apostle

Bible Study

Scott Hahn – Saint Paul: Persecutor to Apostle

St. Paul Center | 12:49

In this week’s second reading, St. Paul begins his letter by presenting his credentials. He writes that he has the authority to teach the church at Corinth because Jesus Christ called him to be His apostle in his Damascus Road conversion experience. In this video, Scott Hahn speaks about Saint Paul’s conversion and how he responded to God’s call and followed God’s will for his life. Learn more about how to watch full episode.


Saint Paul was a Catholic Priest

Catholic Apologetics

Introduction to Pauline Theology

Dr. Taylor Marshal | 12:49

This video introduces Paul’s concept of the Christian being “in Christ” and how it forms the basis of Catholic theology. He speaks of Paul’s conversion and how whenever Christians are persecuted that is the same thing as persecuting Jesus himself.


The History of Ancient Corinth

History & Geography

The History of Ancient Corinth

Kings and Things | 12:33

Corinth was one of the great city-states of ancient Greece. It has been remembered chiefly as a place of great luxury, but also played an important roll in many wars. In this video, we take a look at the city’s history from its mythical founding until its complete destruction by the Romans in 146 B.C.


What is the Story of Ancient Corinth?

History & Geography

What is the story of ancient Corinth?

Drive Thru History | 5:15

In this episode you’ll learn about the strategic importance of the city of Corinth through the ages. You will see why understanding the geography of Corinth was so important to understanding the people of Corinth. The Apostle Paul’s life in Corinth and his writings to the church there-writings that forever changed history are also examined. Learn more about how to watch full episode.


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MT 3:13-17

Lamb of God

Did John the Baptist Know Jesus?
Did John the Baptist Know Jesus?
In this video, Dr. Pitre looks at John the Baptist's statement in John 1: "I myself did not know him; but for this I came baptizing with water, that he might be revealed to Israel." How did John the Baptist not know Jesus if they were cousins and Mary and Elizabeth knew each other? ...
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The One True Faith : The Lamb of God
The One True Faith : The Lamb of God
An excerpt from the Catholic television program "The One True Faith" hosted by Michael Voris. For more information, visit In the Old Testament, the Jews sacrificed lambs to atone for their sins. Jesus Christ is known as the Lamb of God Who Takes Away the Sins of the World. How should we understand Jesus Christ's sacrifice in light of the Old Testament and the Catholic Mass? Michael Voris explains this and more ...
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My Catholic Faith -  The Lamb of God
My Catholic Faith – The Lamb of God
In the Jewish culture, lambs were sacraficed every day in the temple as a way of worshiping God. What a jolt the people must have felt when Jesus was called the Lamb of God. Lambs were not meant for strength, or killing, but rathered, to be killed. The Catholic Mass is a sacrafice, replayed on the altar, just as Jesus asked us to do ...
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Holy Spirit

John 1:29-34 - JMT Gospel Reflection
John 1:29-34 – JMT Gospel Reflection
A Gospel reflection by John Michael Talbot for January 3 on the Gospel of John 1:29-34 ...
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The Holy Spirit - Tour of the Catechism
The Holy Spirit – Tour of the Catechism
Fr. Daniel J. Mahan, S.T.L., pastor of St. John the Apostle Catholic Church in Bloomington, Indiana, and St. Jude the Apostle in Spencer covers paragraphs 683-701 of the Catechism in this video giving an outline of the content along with clear easy to follow explanations. - Part One. The Profession Of Faith - Section Two.: The Profession Of The Christian Faith, The Creeds - Chapter Three.: I Believe In The Holy Spirit - - Article 8. "I Believe In The Holy Spirit" - - - I. The Joint Mission of the Son and the Spirit - - - II. The ...
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