Church Teaching Q&A~Liturgy Explained



Fr. Michael's Vlog for the Feast of Christ the King
Fr. Michael explains what it means that Jesus, our King, reigns from the cross.

Fr. Michael's Vlog: Gospel for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. Michael Sliney reflects on the importance of gratitude to God.

Fr. Michael's Gospel Vlog for the 25th Sunday in OT
Father Michael offers his thoughts on how to avoid serving money instead of God.

Fr. Michael's Vlog: Gospel for the 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. Michael talks about how to take up the cross in the details of daily life.

Fr. Michael's weekly Gospel video, 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. Michael offers his reflections on the prayer that Jesus taught us: the Our Father.

Fr. Michael Sliney, LC: Weekly Vlog for the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. Michael reflects on what it means to choose the "better part" like Mary did in the Gospel.

Fr. Michael Sliney, LC weekly two-minute Gospel video 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. Michael reflects on the importance of fidelity to God in our faith and vocation.

Fr. Michael Sliney. LC: Weekly Vlog for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2010
Fr. Michael reflects on Jesus' question to his disciples, "Who do you say that I am?."

Fr. Michael's Gospel Vlog for the 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. Michael encourages us to "attack the net" in our spiritual lives by loving those around us.

Fr. Michael's Vlog on the Gospel for the 7th Sunday of Easter
Fr. Michael talks about the importance of living with our eyes set on Heaven.

Fr. Michael's weekly Gospel video: Second Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday)
Fr. Michael reflects on Jesus' greeting to the disciples, "Peace be with you," and how we can have the peace that Christ offers.

Fr. Michael's Weekly Gospel Video: Easter Sunday
Fr. Michael talks about Jesus' Resurrection and how we should live in hope of our resurrection into eternal life.

Fr. Michael's Vlog: 5th Sunday of Lent
Fr. Michael reflects on Jesus' words to the woman caught in adultery, "Go and sin no more."

Fr. Michael's Vlog: Fourth Sunday of Lent
Fr. Michael reflects on the parable of the prodigal son, and on the mercy of God that is offered to us in Confession.

Fr. Michael Sliney's Vlog: 3rd Sunday of Lent
Fr. Michael talks about the kind of "fruit" that God wants us to produce in our Christian lives.

Fr. Michael's Vlog: 2nd Sunday of Lent
Fr. Michael reflects on the importance of going to a quiet place to pray, just like Jesus took his disciples up the mountain.

Fr. Michael Sliney's Weekly Two Minute Gospel Video: First Sunday of Lent
Father Michael explains that the best defense against temptation is a good offense!

Fr. Michael's Weekly Two-Minute Gospel Video for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Father Michael reflects on what Jesus means when he says, "Blessed are the poor".

Father Michael's Weekly Two-Minute Gospel Video for February 7, 2010
Father Michael talks about the importance of going outside of our comfort zone in our lives.

Fr. Michael's Two-Minute Gospel Video for January 31, 2010
Father Michael reflects on Christ's example of standing up for the truth in the face of opposition.

Fr. Michael Sliney's Gospel Reflection on Fortitude
Fr. Michael Sliney explains the importance of spiritual strengh. A reflection about Sunday's Gospel reading for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Let the Little Children Come: A Look at Childrenīs Liturgy
Holy Mass is "where itīs at," where Christ is physically present, yet we banish our youngsters to the basement, as if doing crafts and singing bible songs were the Main Event.

Two Anniversaries and a Reality Check
Commemorative letters exposed late Pope John Paul II's concerns on liturgical matters.

Gregorian Chant in the Parish
What guidelines should be used?

Exposition of the Eucharist by a Layperson?
More on Recent Papal Documents

What About 1967īs "Musicam Sacram"?
And More on Gregorian Chant in the Parish

Sounds of Silence
And More on Exposition by a Layperson

Female Altar Servers
And More on Sounds of Silence

Omitting the Washing of the Hands
And More on "Through Him, With Him ..."

Communion Service Instead of Mass?
And More on Tabernacles


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