Give Your Gift: God Will Use It!


Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter, said to him,
“There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish;
but what good are these for so many?”

Live recording from 6:30 am Holy Mass : )

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How did we get here??

GospelLK 12:35-38

Jesus said to his disciples:
“Gird your loins and light your lamps
and be like servants who await their master’s return from a wedding, Continue reading

Archbishop Tomas J. Rodi vision for our Diocese


Talk recorded during One Faith. One Family Conference. Very deep words. Great encouragement.


Family Matters

Taking care of the Poor

Fostering Vocations

Noah. Must watch movie for every man.

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Before I watched the movie, I had read and heard a few very negative comments…mostly about how inaccurate the movie is and how it portrays Noah in a bad light…. and that we shouldn’t go and see it.  So, I went to check it out myself.

My opinion is mainly, very, very positive.  But first let’s clarify a few points: Continue reading

Sola Scriptura Mantra

Bread From Heaven

I find it very amusing that Protestants indignantly excoriate the Catholic Church for teaching doctrine that is not explicitly spelled out in Scripture. Protestants so often say: “NEVER does Scripture say…..” Nowhere in Scripture does it say…..” etc.

And yet the Protestant Doctrine or the teaching of Sola Scriptura is “Nowhere in Scripture” and “NEVER does Scripture say” that all Christian Doctrine and teaching must be found explicitly in Scripture. That is a HUGE double standard don’t you think?

So, show me where it says in Scripture that all beliefs must be found in scripture? If there is no scripture, then for Sola Scriptura Protestants, Sola Scriptura must be a “tradition of men”. Which it certainly is. And the man who began it was Martin Luther.


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