July 5, 2020
True rest will only come in heaven. But we can experience that rest now, on earth, by doing one thing. Once people figure this "one thing" out, it will change the world.
Help us change the world by doing this "one thing." Click here: https://www.americasfirstcathedral.org/pa/
If you are fed by these homilies, please support us. We need it. God bless.
June 20, 2020
Love does not prevent pain. But love does prevent bitterness, chaos, sin and death. If you are bitter...if you have wounds that need healing...here's exactly what you need to do...
Would you help us bring Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration to Baltimore City? https://www.americasfirstcathedral.org/pa/ Please send this link to anyone you think may help us. Baltimore needs the Eucharist and I need you to help me provide it!
June 14, 2020
Only 31% of Catholics truly believe that the Eucharist IS Jesus Christ. Here's what we need to do to increase those numbers...
Help make Perpetual Adoration in Baltimore City a reality. Click here: https://www.americasfirstcathedral.org/pa/
June 7, 2020
The Most Holy Trinity is the source of all being and the exemplar of all creation. Of all God's creatures, man and woman most resemble the Trinity. Only man and woman is capable of rational thought. Only man and woman can "know" and "love." Only man and woman were given the the commandment to have "dominion" over all creation. But when we forget where we came from and in whose image we were made, dominion leads to abuse. Racism is the fruit of a people who have forgotten their Creator. But there is a solution...
April 26, 2020
The true story of Emmaus makes something very clear: to understand sacred scripture, you must have the Eucharist. Jesus is the LIGHT of the world. The Eucharist is Jesus. Therefore the Eucharist is the Light of the World. It is this Eucharistic LIGHT that illumines the meaning of sacred scripture. This is just one more reason why everyone should be Catholic.
April 19, 2020
On her deathbed, St. Bakhita said this:
“I’m going slowly, slowly towards eternity. ... I’m going with two suitcases: one contains my sins and the other, which is much heavier, contains the infinite merits of Jesus Christ. When I appear before the judgment seat of God, I will cover my ugly suitcase with the merits of Jesus and Our Lady and I will say to our eternal Father: “Now judge what you see.” Oh, I’m sure I won’t be sent away! Then I’ll turn toward St. Peter and I’ll say to him: “Close the door because I’m staying here.”
This is the message of Divine Mercy. Do you have the second suitcase? Here's how to get it...