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Living Sacrifice

Fr. Christopher Mahar

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Fr. Christopher Mahar offers Catholic homilies that focus on the Gospel, the teachings of Sacred Scripture and the Catholic Church. How do I grow in my Catholic faith? How do I learn more about Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God? the Bible and the Sacred Liturgy provide answers to our questions about God, faith, life, death, heaven and hell. Why do we suffer? Where is God in our lives? How do I grow in prayer? God has answers to the questions that matter most!
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This free worship music CD is written and composed by brothers from the fellowship. Words to “Let Me See Thy Face And Die” are based from Wesley hymn No. 284. You are welcome to make additional copies of these messages for free distribution to others. The copies must be in their entirety and their meanings may not be changed. All other forms of distribution and reproduction are prohibited. May God bless you and His word as you listen with an honest and humble heart.
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Jesus teaches us that we do not belong to the world anymore than He does, but also that "God so loved the world that he gave his only son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life." Christians are called to live differently than the world, but to also bring the message of the Gospel to the world that desperately needs to…
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Creation and the redemption are the fruits of the communion of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. Jesus, in His image of the vine and the branches, invites us to likewise bear fruit in communion with Him. The Eucharist is the Sacrament of Jesus' body and blood that allows us to remain in Him, and He in us, and to bear great fruit.…
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The Divine Mercy comes to us from the pierced side of Christ. Out of His side flows blood and water, washing away our sins in the waters of baptism and strengthening us in the Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist. Thus God provides for us all that we need to make a free and generous return to Him.Fr. Christopher Mahar
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Christ, in our Gospel this weekend, introduces us to the paradox of the cross. It is the seed that dies and is buried in the ground that bears much fruit. How are we called to unite ourselves more completely to His cross and so share in the fullness of His resurrection?Fr. Christopher Mahar
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The Church celebrates the Paschal Mystery-the suffering and death and the resurrection of Christ-as a single and life-giving event. Wherever we are experiencing the cross in our lives at this time, God is drawing us ever more deeply into the glory of Easter.Fr. Christopher Mahar
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God calls us to an intimate, loving relationship with Him in Christ. We are invited into friendship with God. When we strain or even break that friendship, Jesus Christ can restore it and heal us by His mercy and grace. What a gift, to have friendship with God!Fr. Christopher Mahar
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In the Gospel this weekend Jesus teaches with great authority and by His own power casts out the unclean spirit. Christ gives His authority to the Church to teach and drive away evil. How are we able to grow and thrive in our Christian life through and because of that authority?Fr. Christopher Mahar
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To live true humility is to have an accurate assessment of who we are and to live within the limits of the person God has created us to be. The Blessed Virgin Mary and St. John the Baptist teach us this weekend-in their own words-what it means to be humble and to serve the Lord.Fr. Christopher Mahar
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The supreme law of the Church, states Canon Law, is the salvation of souls (Can. 1752). The readings this weekend challenge us to confront sin because nothing is as important as that salvation. God desires the triumph of mercy over sin and draws us home to eternal life with Him.Fr. Christopher Mahar
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God grants authority to human persons according to our dignity. He confers the "Keys of the Kingdom of Heaven" on St. Peter in this Sunday's Gospel, granting him the power to absolve sins, to teach doctrine and to discipline. This authority is given to draw souls into the Kingdom of Heaven and the gates of the netherworld will not prevail against i…
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God calls all of us to salvation, to be fully alive in a relationship of love with Him. That reality begins with the Jewish people and, through the Messiah, is offered to all the nations of the world. Are we living the abundant life that God calls us to in salvation?Fr. Christopher Mahar
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Although we often experience drama in our everyday lives, God is often at work in the silence and in the solitude. The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches that the drama of prayer is most fully revealed in the Word, who became flesh and dwells among us (CCC, #2598). How is God calling us to become more entrenched in that drama as we follow Chr…
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Jesus manifests His glory on the mountain to Peter, James and John in order to strengthen them for the changes, trials and tribulations that they will face. God is calling us to eternal glory, something wonderful and amazing. That truth can carry us through the challenges we face and bring us home to God.…
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Our freedom is what makes us most like God. In freely choosing the good that God reveals and ultimately the good which is God as our final end, we can grow in joy and peace. God offers us the greatest of choices, a true treasure buried in the field and the pearl of greta price!Fr. Christopher Mahar
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God, who loves us and creates us for good, gives us the entire Christian faith and message as an answer to the Question of evil. Only the Christian faith in its entirety is sufficient to help us navigate the complexities and challenges of daily life and the struggle against evil.Fr. Christopher Mahar
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God comes to us in our suffering. When we are struggling with the challenges and difficulties of life, God enters into our lives and gives us hope. He helps to carry our burdens and invites us to participate in His amazing work of redemption.Fr. Christopher Mahar
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