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Sowing In Tears
Most of the sheaves that we enjoy in the Church are the result of precious seed that was sown in tears down through the ages. Are we willing to join ourselves to this noble rank of servants who had the courage to sow while they wept, or are we still waiting for the clouds to part and the sun to shine in our individual lives before we pick up our seed and sow?

When The Winds Of Death Hit
None of us like to think about the day of our death. Satan knows this, and he uses it to his advantage. If he can keep us from thinking about eternity, then he is also keeping us from preparing for it as well.

Satan's Greatest Lie!
While this message pertains to all Christians the world over, it is the Christians who reside in the United States of America whom the Spirit has moved upon my heart to address.

Withholding Good From Others
There are many ways in which we can be guilty of withholding good from others when it is in our power to give that which is needed.

A Seeking Heart Is A Happy Heart
Many people are empty and suffer from depression because their lives are centered on self and the things of this world instead of knowing God, loving God, and serving God.

Spiritual Discernment: The Missing Gift
Spiritual discernment is woefully lacking in our churches today, and this is causing a lot of problems as a result.

A Tale Of Two Shepherds
Whether we want to accept this truth or not, there are two shepherds that all mankind follows. Man is following Christ, the Good Shepherd, or Satan, the Dark Shepherd. There is no in between.

Single For Christ
Single people are called by God to use the time and resources that they've been given to serve Him and His Kingdom, not themselves.

The Church's True Mission
There seems to be an unspoken misunderstanding today among a certain element within the Catholic Church regarding the Church's mission on earth.

Prayer: The Main Ingredient
One person in love with Christ can do more for His Kingdom than 100 million people who only love Him with half a heart.

The Neglected Sacrament
The Sacrament of Reconciliation went into a sharp decline after the Second Vatican Council of the 1960s. And yet, in the 1950s, Confession was a major part of people's Saturday afternoons.

Developing Roots
If we want to survive and overcome all that comes to us in this life, it is imperative that we develop and maintain strong, spiritual roots.

Developing A Listening Ear
If we are not daily plugging in to the Spirit, we will not have the mind of the Spirit, nor will we recognize His voice when He speaks.

In Search Of Wisdom
The way in which we spend our spare time is a direct reflection of just how hungry we are for the things of God.

Acting On The Word
We don't go to Mass simply to listen to the Word. It is required that we then go out and put into practice that which has been proclaimed.

Long applause for Pope Benedict
At the last public Mass of his papacy, Pope Benedict received a standing ovation.

The Good Shepherd
Does the Pope's resignation means a failure?

A Tribute to Pope Benedict XVI
February 11, 2013

Pope Benedict XVI announces his resignation at end of month, full text of Pope's declaration
Read Pope Benedict XVI's announcement

Benedict XVI resignation: details of press briefing


Be Apart of God's Love 2_10_13
Join Fr. Lou Scurti for the 5th Sunday in ordinary time. February 10, 2013 Readings for Mass First Reading: Isaiah 6:1-2, 3-8 Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 138:1-2, 2-3, 4-5, 7-8 Second Reading: First Corinthians 15:1-11 or 15:3-8, 11 Gospel: Luke 5:1-11

MESSAGE OF HIS HOLINESS BENEDICT XVI FOR LENT 2013
"Believing in charity calls forth charity"

Deciding With God / PART 2: Place your token on START
That's the first missing piece in our lives: no start, no finish.

Deciding With God / PART 1: The Missing Piece
That is exactly what we are: a great puzzle with one glaring defect in the middle of our beautiful lives...

HOPE: Here is your part
God's door is always open to us

Faith is our Foundation 2_3_13
Join Fr. Scurti for the 4th Sunday in ordinary time. February 3, 2013 Readings for Mass First Reading: Jeremiah 1:4-5, 17-19 Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 71:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 15-17 Second Reading: First Corinthians 12:31--13:13 or 13:4-13 Gospel: Luke 4:21-30

World Day for Consecrated Life
Promote Consecrated Life, LET'S PRAY!

Be Perfect?
Matthew 5:43-48 Saturday of the First Week of Lent I will dedicate some time today to pray to Our Lady and entrust to her, with living faith and childlike simplicity, the entire project of my personal sanctification.

The Most Important Question
Matthew 16:13-19 Sunday of the Thirteenth Week in Ordinary Time I will examine my life and evaluate what sort of witness I give to my faith that Christ is the Son of the Living God.

Forgotten Gifts
Luke 11:29-32 Monday of the Twenty-eighth Week in Ordinary Tiime Today I will focus on what I am doing when I pray, read the Scripture, or participate in the liturgy. I will raise my level of awareness as if I were doing it for the first time.


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