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4th Sunday of Lent by Fr Daniel Kelley pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Arlington, TX. We rejoice this Laetare Sunday, at the halfway mark of our season of Lent. Not because we have less than three weeks of Lenten sacrifices remaining, but because our celebration today reminds us that God is always ready to forgive, always willing to be reconciled with us. How have our Lenten disciplines opened us up to the wonder of God’s rec¬onciling love? How are we willing to be likewise reconciled with our loved ones, our neighbors, and even those who have hurt us?
5th Sunday of Lent Fr. Daniel Kelley pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Arlington TX. As we gather here today, let us take stock of how the Lenten season has gone for us so far. Perhaps we haven’t done everything we had hoped we could do when Lent began. If we take today’s liturgy to heart, we just might see that we can’t do it alone. We need the help of our loving and merciful God, who opens up paths in even the most difficult ter¬rain. Let us pray today for the grace of new determination, with God’s help, to carry out our Lenten disciplines.
St. Joseph Catholic Church is located at 1927 SW Green Oaks Blvd in Arlington TX.
“If one member suffers, all suffer together” (1 Cor 12:26)
“Make your hearts firm!” (James 5:8) – Individual Christians
Today is the First Sunday of Lent, why is this important? Because for many of us who worship on Sunday it is the first Sunday after Ash Wednesday where we come to together as one to worship as we continue on this 40-day journey to examine ourselves and move to the next leve in our spiritual walk.
We are to surrender ourselves to prayer and to the reading of Scripture, to fasting and to giving alms. Lent is a time of preparation for the death of Christ on Good Friday and His Resurrection on Easter Sunday (traditional accounts). It is a period of 40 days of repentance, with prayer, fasting, pentience, abstinence and confession to one another.
Fasting for certain periods of time, fasting from certain foods, but also fasting from other things and activities. Likewise, the giving of alms—not only through the distribution of money, but through the sharing of our time and talents.
The thoughts above are in part by the Lord Himself who touched (inspired) my heart through the words of The Pope (St. Francis) in his words to the Cahtolic Church.
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3rd Sunday of Lent Fr. Daniel Kelley homily. Now into the third week of the Season of Lent, our Sunday Gospel prepares us to hear Lent's call to conversion and repentance. Today's reading is found in the chapters of Luke's Gospel that describe Jesus' journey to Jerusalem. During this journey, Jesus teaches and heals. He must also respond to those who question and challenge his authority and actions. There is no parallel in Mark's or Matthew's Gospels for today's reading from Luke. While Mark and Matthew describe an incident in which Jesus curses the fig tree, today's reading makes the barren fig tree the subject of a parable. Fr. Daniel Kelley is the pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Arlington, TX
A special 4th and Forever is back on and this time we're taking it to the Pros. NFL to Los Angeles has been a subject around the NFL and Califonia/St LOUIS. Sam and Matt will be joined by A guest who has knowledge on the situation to give his opinion on the whole thing as well as answer your questions on the NFL possible return to Los Angeles.
On the eve of Ash Wednesday, join Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak as he discusses Lent and the upcoming Lenten Radio Retreat that he will be hosting. The Church teaches that Lent is a time for us to grow closer to Christ. How can giving up sweets help us to do that? We'll discuss this and lots more on this episode of The Gary Zimak Show. Be sure to tune in and get ready to make this your BEST LENT EVER!
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4th Sunday of Easter by Fr. Daniel Kelley, pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Arlington, TX. As we gather to continue our Easter celebration on this Good Shepherd Sunday, we know that God has given us the gift of many good shep¬herds over the years. Some have even given their lives for their faith. Listening to God’s word today and sharing this Eucharist, let us give thanks for them and pray for the ability to discern and encourage new shepherds who will guide us with wisdom and grace.
St. Joseph Catholic Church is located at 1927 SW Green Oaks Blvd in Arlington, Texas a suburb in the middle of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. For more information, go to our website at www.stjoe88.org or call us at 817-472-5181. Thank you for listening and God bless.
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