The people that John the Baptist preached to were very similar to the people of today.
This class was originally “Traditional Latin Mass 4” but it [happily] got derailed into a Question and Answer regarding unity within the Church. Mass podclasses will continue next week.
How to understand the importance of our short time on earth before the return of Jesus Christ, regardless of His timing on the Final Judgment.
The six links of this podclass are:
- Conversation With Christ to learn how to meditate as St. Teresa of Avila and St. Ignatius of Loyola.
- Moveable Feasts pdf of the Traditional Calendar from 2000 to 2050
- YouTube Traditional Latin Catholic Mass: Easter Sunday by Fulton Sheen
- iMass app
- St. Francis De Sales’ meditations on the parts of the Mass
- Nothing Superfluous by Fr. James Jackson
The seven sections of the 1962 family Missal are:
2: Sundays in Advent and Lent (and Moveable Feasts)
3: Sundays after Pentecost (and Moveable Feasts)
4: Ordinary/Roman Canon and Prefaces (Baronius has prefaces before Ordinary)
5: Common Masses
6: Saints and Immovable Feasts
7: Votive Masses and Devotionals
This sermon is about how to get your kids to heaven in 15 minutes a day. The featured image is Holy Ghost parish in downtown Denver. Some families of this parish used the Baltimore Catechism in the 1980s, and it paid off.
It would be helpful (but not necessary) to have the layman’s 1962 Missal on hand to learn the power of this old Missal. The featured image above is St. Francis Xavier whose propers of the Mass we will consider in this “podclass.”
Today is the Sixth Sunday which remains after Epiphany. “Superfuit” is Latin for “remain” or “survive,” because these readings remain from the Sundays of the calendar year prior to Septuagesima Sunday earlier this year. This is so we can get through all the readings before the last Sunday of the ecclesial year (next week.) Most of today’s sermon is actually taken from St. John Chrysostom’s words on St. Matthew chapter 13, the Gospel for today. The other person in the feature-image is St. Gregory the Wonderworker. Both are early Turkish saints, mentioned in this sermon.
This is class 1 on teaching the 1962 layman’s missal, but people who go to the Ordinary Mass or Divine Liturgy will learn a lot, too, because linked here is the meditation for each part of the Holy Mass according to St. Francis De Sales, and that comprises part of this “podclass.”
Everyone can fast from something to increase their desire for God.
This Sunday sermon is about why Jesus was not a people-pleaser, and why you shouldn’t be one either.