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CS 636: 1-20-21: Wednesday: Who is Jesus Christ? Wk2

 

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CS 635: 1-19-21: Tuesday: Who is Jesus Christ? Wk2

Catholic Sprouts for Children Podcast - Tue, 01/19/2021 - 7:00 AM

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241: Why Catholics Can’t Reject Vatican II w/ Timothy Gordon

Pints With Aquinas Podcast - Tue, 01/19/2021 - 7:00 AM

Today I chat with Tim Gordon about Vatican II and why Catholics can't actually reject it. We'll also be taking your questions!

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Following Him: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

St Paul Center Podcast - Mon, 01/18/2021 - 5:00 PM

Readings: Jonah 3:1–5,10 Psalm 25:4–9 1 Corinthians 7:29–31 Mark 1:14–20

The calling of the brothers in today’s Gospel evokes Elisha’s commissioning by the prophet Elijah (see 1 Kings 19:19–21).

As Elijah comes upon Elisha working on his family’s farm, so Jesus sees the brothers working by the seaside. And as Elisha left his mother and father to follow Elijah, so the brothers leave their father to come after Jesus.

Jesus’ promise—to make them “fishers of men”—evokes Israel’s deepest hopes. The prophet Jeremiah announced a new exodus in which God would send “many fishermen” to restore the Israelites from exile, as once He brought them out of slavery in Egypt (see Jeremiah 16:14–16).

By Jesus’ Cross and Resurrection, this new exodus has begun (see Luke 9:31). And the apostles are the first of a new people of God, the Church—a new family, based not on blood ties, but on belief in Jesus and a desire to do the Father’s will (see John 1:12–13; Matthew 12:46–50).

From now on, even our most important worldly concerns—family relations, occupations, and possessions—must be judged in light of the Gospel, Paul says in today’s Epistle.

The first word of Jesus’ Gospel—repent—means we must totally change our way of thinking and living, turning from evil, doing all for the love of God.

And we should be consoled by Nineveh’s repentance in today’s First Reading. Even the wicked Nineveh could repent at Jonah’s preaching. And in Jesus we have “something greater than Jonah” (Matthew 12:41). We have God come as our savior, to show sinners the way, as we sing in today’s Psalm. This should give us hope—that loved ones who remain far from God will find compassion if they turn to Him.

But we, too, must continue along the path of repentance—striving daily to pattern our lives after His.

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Siguiéndolo a El: Scott Hahn reflexiona sobre el 3º Domingo de Tiempo Ordinario

St Paul Center Podcast - Mon, 01/18/2021 - 5:00 PM

Lecturas: Jonás 3,1–5.10 Salmo 25,4–9 1 Corintios 7, 29–31 Marcos 1, 14–20

La llamada de los hermanos, en el Evangelio dominical, evoca la elección de Eliseo por el profeta Elías (cf. 1R 19,19–21).

Así como Elías encuentra a Eliseo trabajando en los cultivos familiares, Jesús ve a los hermanos trabajando en la ribera del mar. Y como Eliseo dejó a su madre y padre para seguir a Elías, también los hermanos dejan a su padre para ir en pos de Jesús.

La promesa de Jesús –de hacerlos “pescadores de hombres”– evoca las más profundas esperanzas de Israel. El profeta Jeremías anunció un nuevo éxodo en el que Dios enviaría a muchos “pescadores de hombres” para restaurar a los israelitas del exilio, como lo había hecho ya cuando los sacó de la esclavitud de Egipto (cf. Jr 16,14–16).

Por la cruz y la resurrección de Jesús, este nuevo éxodo ha comenzado (cf. Lc 9,31). Y los apóstoles son los primeros miembros del nuevo pueblo de Dios, la Iglesia: una familia basada no en lazos de sangre, sino en la fe en Cristo y en el deseo de cumplir la voluntad del Padre (cf. Jn 1,12–13; Mt 12,46–50).

De ahora en adelante, incluso nuestras más importantes preocupaciones mundanas—relaciones familiares, quehaceres y posesiones—deben ser juzgadas a la luz del Evangelio, como dice San Pablo en la epístola del domingo.

La primera palabra del Evangelio de Jesús—arrepiéntanse—significa que debemos cambiar totalmente nuestro modo de pensar y vivir, convirtiéndonos del mal y haciendo todo por el amor de Dios.

Deberíamos sentirnos consolados por el arrepentimiento de Nínive, relatado en la primera lectura de esta semana. Incluso los malvados ninivitas se pudieron arrepentir ante la predicación de Jonás. Y en Jesús tenemos alguien mayor que Jonás (cf. Mt 12,41).

Tenemos a Dios, que ha venido como nuestro Salvador para mostrar a los pecadores el camino, como cantamos en el salmo dominical. Esto debería darnos esperanza de que los amados de Dios que están lejos de Él, encontrarán compasión si se vuelven a Él. Pero también nosotros debemos avanzar por la senda del arrepentimiento, esforzándonos cada día por moldear nuestra vida siguiendo el modelo de Cristo.

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CS 634: 1-18-21: Monday: Who is Jesus Christ? Wk2

Catholic Sprouts for Children Podcast - Mon, 01/18/2021 - 7:00 AM

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S5 Episode 13 | Not All Hymns Are Welcome

Liturgy Guys Podcast - Fri, 01/15/2021 - 10:32 PM

This week The Liturgy Guys talk about the new guidelines on liturgical music in the U.S. Support us at Patreon.com/Liturgy 

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CS 633: 1-15-21: Friday: Who is Jesus Christ?

Catholic Sprouts for Children Podcast - Fri, 01/15/2021 - 7:00 AM

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“Is This a Sin?”

Fr Mike Schmitz Podcast - Thu, 01/14/2021 - 8:00 PM

If you begin to sin but don’t follow all the way through… is it still a sin? It depends.

We’re offered two different scenarios. In one, the person is prevented from sinning due to external factors that make it impractical or impossible to commit the sin they had planned on. In the second scenario, we see someone preparing to sin, but then freely and rationally choosing not to. The first scenario is a sin, but the second is a virtuous act. Why?

Because the second person freely decided not to commit sin, they morally aligned themselves toward the good when they had previously been aimed towards sin. They redirected their will toward God when they could have continued to go against him. In a simpler sense, they were headed down a bad path, but then turned around before making it to their destination.

That being said, while the second person did realign themselves toward virtue, the extent to which they consented to this sin ahead of time may be worth a confession. Even though the person chose virtue in the end, their soul was still burdened with those thoughts, and in confession, those burdens are lifted through forgiveness.

The beautiful part about our faith is that we have a Savior who is always ready and willing to forgive us. Surrendering our hearts to him creates a living relationship with God, where we trust his knowledge of our hearts, and run to him whenever we are in need of saving.

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Three Part Sanctuary

Catholic Stuff You Should Know Podcast - Thu, 01/14/2021 - 2:32 PM
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Life Hacks for Catholic Moms #126

Catholic Momcast Podcast - Thu, 01/14/2021 - 12:00 PM

This week, Allison Gingras and Danielle Bean take inspiration from the book Holy Hacks: Everyday Ways to Live Your Faith and Get to Heaven, written by Catholic Mom contributor Patti Maguire Armstrong. Patti's book is chock full of small ideas for ways to practice virtue and grow in holiness that can move you closer to God every minute of every day.

We discuss Patti's book and share some "holy hacks" of our own. Then we share some more "everyday" hacks in the areas of health, housework, parenting, marriage, and productivity. Tune in and get inspired! How about you? What small things do you do to make life holier and healthier and more enjoyable? What "life hacks" might you share with your fellow Catholic moms? We would love to hear from you! Send your feedback and questions to us at editor@catholicmom.com or connect with us on social media!

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CS 632: 1-14-21: Thursday: Who is Jesus Christ?

Catholic Sprouts for Children Podcast - Thu, 01/14/2021 - 7:00 AM

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CS 631: 1-13-21: Wednesday: Who is Jesus Christ?

Catholic Sprouts for Children Podcast - Wed, 01/13/2021 - 7:00 AM

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CS 630: 1-12-21: Tuesday: Who is Jesus Christ?

Catholic Sprouts for Children Podcast - Tue, 01/12/2021 - 7:00 AM

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240: Vatican on Covid Vaccines w/ Jimmy Akin

Pints With Aquinas Podcast - Tue, 01/12/2021 - 7:00 AM

Today, I chat with Jimmy Akin about whether it is moral for Catholics (and anyone for that matter) to get covid-19 vaccines.

The main document we will be referencing is "Note on the morality of using some anti-Covid-19 vaccines": http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/cfaith/documents/rc_con_cfaith_doc_20201221_nota-vaccini-anticovid_en.html

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Hearing the Call: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

St Paul Center Podcast - Mon, 01/11/2021 - 5:00 PM

Readings: 1 Samuel 3:3-10, 19 Psalm 40:2, 4, 7-10 1 Corinthians 6:13-15, 17-20 John 1:35-42

In the call of Samuel and of the first Apostles, today’s readings shed light on our own calling to be followers of Christ.

Notice in the Gospel today that John’s disciples are prepared to hear God’s call. They are already looking for the Messiah, so they trust in John’s word and follow when he points out the Lamb of God walking by.

Samuel is also waiting on the Lord—sleeping near the Ark of the Covenant where God’s glory dwells, taking instruction from Eli, the high priest.

Samuel listened to God’s word and the Lord was with him. And Samuel, through his word, turned all Israel to the Lord (see 1 Samuel 3:21; 7:2–3). The disciples too heard and followed—words we hear repeatedly in today’s Gospel. They stayed with the Lord and by their testimony brought others to the Lord.

These scenes from salvation history should give us strength to embrace God’s will and to follow His call in our lives.

God is constantly calling to each of us—personally, by name (see Isaiah 43:1; John 10:3). He wants us to seek Him in love, to long for His word (see Wisdom 6:11–12). We must desire always, as the apostles did, to stay where the Lord stays, to constantly seek His face (see Psalm 42:2).

For we are not our own, but belong to the Lord, as Paul says in today’s Epistle.

We must have ears open to obedience, and write His word within our hearts. We must trust in the Lord’s promise—that if we come to Him in faith, He will abide with us (see John 15:14; 14:21–23), and raise us by His power. And we must reflect in our lives the love He has shown us, so that others too may find the Messiah.

As we renew our vows of discipleship in this Eucharist, let us approach the altar singing the new song of today’s Psalm: “Behold I come . . . to do your will O God.”

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Oyendo la llamada: Scott Hahn reflexiona sobre el 2º Domingo de Tiempo Ordinario

St Paul Center Podcast - Mon, 01/11/2021 - 5:00 PM

Lecturas: 1 Samuel 3, 3–10.19 Salmo 40, 2.4.7–10 1 Corintios 6, 3–15.17–20 Juan 1,35–42

En las llamadas de Samuel y del primero de los Apóstoles, las lecturas de este domingo nos dan luz sobre nuestra propia vocación de seguidores de Cristo.

En el Evangelio, hay que notar que los discípulos de Juan están preparados para escuchar la llamada de Dios. Ellos ya están buscando al Mesías, por lo tanto confían en la palabra de Juan y le comprenden cuando él les señala al Cordero de Dios que pasa a su lado.

También Samuel está a la espera del Señor: duerme cerca del Arca de la Alianza, donde mora la gloria de Dios, y recibe instrucción de Elí, el sumo sacerdote.

Samuel escuchó la palabra de Dios y el Señor estaba con él. Y Samuel, por su palabra, convirtió a todo Israel al Señor (cf. 1S 3,21; 7,2-3). También los discípulos escucharon y siguieron las palabras que escuchamos continuamente en el Evangelio dominical. Ellos permanecieron con el Señor y por su testimonio, otros se acercaron a Él.

Estos pasajes de la historia de la salvación deberían darnos la fuerza necesaria para que abracemos la voluntad de Dios y sigamos su llamado en nuestras vidas.

Dios está llamando constantemente a cada uno de nosotros: lo llama por su nombre, personalmente (cf. Is 43,1; Jn 10,3). Quiere que lo busquemos por amor, que anhelemos su Palabra (cf. Sb 6,11-12). Como lo hicieron los apóstoles, debemos desear siempre estar donde el Señor está; para buscar su rostro constantemente.

Como nos dice San Pablo en la epístola del domingo, no somos dueños de nosotros mismos pues pertenecemos al Señor.

Debemos abrir nuestros oídos a la obediencia y escribir su Palabra en nuestro corazón. Hemos de confiar en la promesa del Señor: si venimos a Él con fe, Él será misericordioso con nosotros (cf. Jn 15,14; 14,21-23) y nos levantará con su poder. Y nosotros debemos reflejar en nuestras vidas el amor que nos ha mostrado, para que también otros puedan encontrar al Mesías.

Mientras renovamos las promesas de nuestro discipulado en esta Eucaristía, acerquémonos al altar entonando el nuevo canto del salmo dominical: “Aquí estoy, Señor, para cumplir tu voluntad”.

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CS 629: 1-11-21: Monday: Who is Jesus Christ?

Catholic Sprouts for Children Podcast - Mon, 01/11/2021 - 7:00 AM

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