When we are dealing with hardship, we can invite Jesus into our heart. Fr. Richard shares some of his experiences and guidance with all types of fathers. Jesus invites us to be a living reflection of his father in Heaven.
Fr. Mike gives an early father’s day homily, recognizing his own father’s hidden holiness through a childhood story. Christian life is as easy as loving your family!
If we have faith the size of a mustard seed, how can we help it grow this summer? Fr. Richard identifies parents as the primary catechists of the faith and invites all of us to spread the kingdom of God.
Sometimes, Jesus asks us to "bring it", calling us to make sacrifices from our heart. He asks us to "bring it" in our responses at Mass, calling us to pray something rather than say something. What can we bring to Jesus this week?
Fr. Mike gives a brief history of why and how we recognize the true presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, and gives a story from when his parents took him and his siblings to Mass with the saints.
Fr. Mike takes us to Trinity 101 with a reflection on Rublev's icon of the Holy Trinity. Although our homes may not look like the peace and harmony that the icon conveys, we can strive to bring the Gospel into our homes and let God transform our lives.
When we leave Mass on Sunday, how can we carry the Gospel on to our Monday? Fr. Richard invites us to practice patience this week.
The first step of prayer is acknowledge the presence of God. When we allow the Holy Spirit, the gentle guest of our soul, to enter, we are not alone. Fr. Richard invites the congregation to stand up and open their arms to welcome the Holy Spirit into their hearts.
Fr. Mike shares a Holy Spirit moment from his missionary work in Haiti. The Holy Spirit brings a joy that cannot be taken away - will you welcome it into your heart?
The transformation of our little part of Charlotte starts in our hearts and homes. When we share how wonderful it is to be a child of God, the people around us start to care about Jesus too.