Deacon Pat Palumbo continued the sessions on prayer, looking at the Catechism on the Life of Prayer and the Battle of Prayer. Next week, we will look at the Our Father from the Catechism as a summation of the Gospel and a model of prayer to God the Father in Christ the Son.
Deacon Pat Palumbo leads us further through a discussion on prayer in the Catechism and bounces through prayers in the Scriptures, as well!
During July, we are looking at Prayer, specifically part 4 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church on Prayer.
We also did a practice of Lectio Divina, more information on how to pray in this way can be found here.
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My homily for the Patronal Feast at Corpus Christi Parish!
The Temple of Jerusalem is important in the narrative of St. Luke’s account of the Gospel, but it is made of human hands versus the Temple of Heaven made by Jesus.
Congratulations to Fr. Mark Bredestege upon his ordination to the Priesthood of Jesus Christ for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati! It was a true honor to be asked to preach your Mass of Thanksgiving and to share those remarks here.
I bundled my homilies together for the Sacred Triduum. On Thursday, the theme was Mission; Good Friday brought Proclamation, while Easter focused on Transformation.
Holy Thursday begins at 1:42
Good Friday at 16:52
Easter Vigil: 29:35
My homily from the fourth week of Lent, Laetare Sunday, delivered at Corpus Christi.