Monday, December 31, 2007

Your Sunday Catholic Homily

From the Desk of Father Mark, Your Sunday Catholic Homily

My Dear People,

The first Holy Day of the new year is Mary, the Mother of God, which we celebrate on January 1st. While many people are overcoming their hangovers and bouts of indulgence sleeping in bed, faithful Catholics are in Church giving thanks to God for the many graces Our Lady bestows upon us and our families. Without Mary's intercession, we would soon get lost in the "over indulgence" of this world.

It is so easy to get lost in our sin. The world encourages sin on every level. Sin is popular. Sin is easy. Sin is everywhere. It takes a well disciplined soldier of Christ, to overcome the "tsunami of sin" in our world. This New Year's Day, instead of skipping another Holy Day Mass, come give thanks to God for giving us such an "awesome Heavenly Mother". Join us at God's Holy Altar. Come let us worship Him together and give Him thanks.

Entrusting you to the care of Our Lady,

Fr. Mark Your Sunday Catholic Homily

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