The Word Proclaimed: Homilies from St. Agnes in Walker, MN

Recorded homilies from St. Agnes Catholic Church in Walker, Minnesota

Scandal, the Cross, and Holiness: Dcn Hap (9/16/18, 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time–B)

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Finding Healing in the Eucharist: Fr. Tony Wroblewski’s story. 22nd Sun (B) (reposted with permission)

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Fr. Tony Wroblewski is pastor of St. Francis in Brainerd and All Saints in Baxter, MN. This homily is reposted here with his permission.

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Thy Kingdom Come: Ephphatha Pastoral Plan! (9/2/18, 23rd Sun in Ordinary Time–B)

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Thy Kingdom Come: Loving the Law (9/2/18, 22nd Sun in Ordinary Time–B)

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Bread of Life: Decision Point! (8/26/18, 21st Sun in Ordinary Time–B)

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Bread of Life: Eat the Lamb! (8/19/18, 20th Sun in Ordinary Time–B)

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A link to Dr. Brant Pitre's book, "Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist," is here:  http://a.co/9rnGt0e

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Mary, Magnifying Glass (8/15/18, Solemnity of the Assumption)

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Bread of Life: Eucharistic Special Effects–Dcn Jim (8/12/18, 19th Sun in Ordinary Time–B)

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Bread Of Life: New Moses, New Manna, New Bread of Angels (8/5/18, 18th Sun in Ordinary Time–B)

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St. Thomas Aquinas' Prayer Before Mass, mentioned in this homily:

Almighty and ever-living God, I approach the sacrament of Your only-begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. I come sick to the doctor of life, unclean to the fountain of mercy, blind to the radiance of eternal light, and poor and needy to the Lord of heaven and earth.

Lord, in Your great generosity, heal my sickness, wash away my defilement, enlighten my blindness, enrich my poverty, and clothe my nakedness. May I receive the bread of angels, the King of kings and Lord of lords, with humble reverence, with the purity and faith, the repentance and love, and the determined purpose that will help to bring me to salvation. May I receive the sacrament of the Lord's Body and Blood, and its reality and power.

Kind God, may I receive the body of Your only-begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, born from the womb of the Virgin Mary, and so be received into His mystical body and numbered among His members.

Loving Father, as on my earthly pilgrimage I now receive your beloved Son under the veil of a sacrament, may I one day see Him face to face in glory, who lives and reigns with You forever. Amen.

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Bread of Life: Eucharistic Body Language, Part 2 (7/29/18, 17th Sun in Ordinary Time–B)

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Apologies for the two halves--with fancier software they would be combined!

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