St Joseph Catholic Church Podcast

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St. Joseph Podcast are recordings of our weekend liturgies including Homilies by Fr. Daniel Kelly, Fr. Phillip Brembah and Deacon Bill Johnson.

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Holy Thursday at the Evening Mass with Fr. Daniel Kelley. On this Holy Thursday, we begin our three-day celebration of the Paschal Mystery, the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ in history and in our own lives today. Let... more

Feast of Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph with Seminarian Joe Keating. Our Christmas celebration continues with today's observance of the feast of the Holy Family. Although only recently added to the Church calendar in 1921, this... more

Solemnity of Christ The King with Seminarian Joe Keating. On this final Sunday of the liturgical year The Solemnity of Our Lord, Jesus Christ King of the Universe Sunday, we acclaim Christ as King of the Universe to whom all other powers... more

4th Sunday of Lent Cycle A with Deacon Bill Johnson. On this Fourth Sunday of Lent, sometimes called Laetare or ?Rejoice? Sunday, we have passed the halfway point of Lent, and we rejoice and give thanks to God for having helped... more

On this Third Sunday of Lent, we experience a preview and a review of baptism. Water abounds in our readings, and the elect throughout the world are celebrating the first scrutiny in preparation for their baptism. As we move through our... more

Feast of the Presentation of The Lord with Fr. Daniel Kelley, Pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Arlington TX. Today's homily is on the Feast of the PResentation of The Lord. On this fortieth day after Christmas, we find yet... more

33nd Sunday of Ordinary Time with Fr. Daniel Kelley. Many think that because they can compare what is going on in the world around us with the vision presented by Jesus in today's Gospel, the end of the world must be near. The... more

The Solemnity of All Saints with Fr. Daniel Kelley. Today we remember and celebrate all those who have gone before us marked with the sign of faith and have made their robes white in the blood of the Lamb. Our Eucharist is but a... more

31st Sunday of Ordinary Time with Fr. Daniel Kelley. Saint Luke once again presents us with a story about a man whose wealth was gained at the expense of others. But this time the man, Zacchaeus, repents, and Jesus proclaims... more

30th Sunday of Ordinary Time with Fr. Daniel Kelley. Today we are gathered in prayer once again at God's invitation. It is our choice, Jesus tells us today, whether to pray from our hearts or for show. Let us take the time that we need... more

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