Sunday, September 16, 2007

Your Sunday Catholic Homily Minute - Twenty-Fourth Sunday

From the Desk of Father Mark, Your Sunday Catholic Homily Minute - 24th Sunday

My Dear People,

Your Call To Repentance

Living a good Christian life is no accident. We are called to repentance each and everyday of our lives. God rejoices more over on repentant sinner, more than 99 righteous men who don't desire God's Mercy. In another place in the Gospel, Jesus tells us that we cannot serve TWO masters. Either we will hate one, and love the other; or despise one, and cherish the other.

Focus on Jesus means focus on our eternal life. We are called to live in both worlds, earth and heaven. Our sin makes us focus on our need for Jesus. Our sights must always be set on heaven. Our joy must be Christ's joy. The passion of our life must also be that of Christ Jesus, otherwise we will lose our way back home. Prayer and fasting are the quickest ways to remain focused on our need for repentance. Ask for the grace to truly repent of your sins. The more you ask for MERCY, the more you shall receive. God will reward you with this special grace, and more.

Entrusting you to the care of Our Lady,

Fr. Mark, Your Sunday Catholic Homily Minute - Twenty-Fourth Sunday

Living as Christian Stewards, May we overcome excessive materialism and find more joy in sharing than in having and acquiring.

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