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

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

Cana Moments, Cana Power–New Wine, Part 1 (1/20/19, 2nd Sun in Ordinary Time–C)

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Pondering the Mystery, Treasuring the Treasure–Mary, Mother Of God (1/1/19)

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The Will of God and the Language of Love–Feast of the Holy Family–C (12/30/18)

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Not a Myth, Into our Mess, Beautiful Things–Merry Christmas! (12/25/18)

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The Song mentioned in this homily:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Cp6F2orRYo 

“You make beautiful things” by Gungor

All this pain
I wonder if I'll ever find my way
I wonder if my life could really change, at all
All this earth
Could all that is lost ever be found?
Could a garden come out from this ground, at all?

You make beautiful things
You make beautiful things out of the dust
You make beautiful things
You make beautiful things out of us

All around,
Hope is springing up from this old ground
Out of chaos life is being found, in you

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The Joy of Beauty, Part 3: Shadow, Image, Reality and the House of God. (12/16/18, 3rd Sunday of Advent–C)

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The Joy of Beauty, Part 2: Heaven on Earth, Man Meeting God. (12/9/18, 2nd Sunday of Advent–C)

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The Joy of Beauty, Part 1: A Promise of Redemption, a Sermon in Stone (12/2/18, 1st Sunday of Advent–C)

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Christ is King–All Times, All Peoples, Come let us Adore! (11/25/18, Christ the King of the Universe–B)

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A meditation worthy of some time, here is the definition of adoration from The Modern Catholic Dictionary: The act of religion by which God is recognized as alone worthy of supreme honor because he is infinitely perfect, has supreme dominion over humans, and the right to human total dependence on the Creator. It is at once an act of mind and will, expressing itself in appropriate prayers, postures of praise, and acts of reverence and sacrifice. (Etym. Latin ad- , to + orare , to pray; or os , oris, mouth, from the pagan custom of expressing preference for a god by wafting a kiss to the statue: adoratio , worship, veneration.)

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In All Circumstances, Give Thanks! 11/22/18–Thanksgiving Day

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At the Depths–Jesus Sees–Both Pennies (11/11/18, 32nd Sun in Ordinary Time–B)

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“Suscipe” of St. Ignatius of Loyola: Take, Lord, and receive all my liberty, my memory, my understanding, and my entire will, All I have and call my own. You have given all to me. To you, Lord, I return it. Everything is yours; do with it what you will. Give me only your love and your grace, that is enough for me.

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