Tag Archives: Sunday

Catholic Kids Homilies 27B- What is Marriage?

This is the 27th week in ordinary time and this week’s Gospel is about marriage. Marriage is a vocation, a calling from God, that brings a man and a woman together in holiness. God brings them together to do his will. In our first reading from Genesis, God has created Adam, but he decides that… Read More »

Should Catholics Attend the New Mass? – Part I or II – Episode 14 – SSPX FAQ Series

Many Catholics wonder if they should attend the New Mass, especially to fulfill their Sunday Obligation. In these videos, we’re going to show: 1) what the Sunday Obligation is and its limits and then 2) why Catholics are not obliged to attend the New Mass and should even avoid it. First we must understand what… Read More »

Sunday Mass September 1, 2019

>>MUSIC>>HAVE MERCY UPON ME OH, LORD. FOR I AM LOOKING TO YOU.>>GOOD MORNING DEAR FRIENDS THIS IS BISHOP JOHN QUINN OF THE DIOCESE OF WINONA, ROCHESTER, AND I WELCOME YOU TO THIS TELEVISED LITURGY.>>FOR ALL OF THOSE THAT WOULD CALL UPON THE NAME OF THE LORD.>>MUSIC>>TURN YOUR EAR, AND LISTEN TO ME, FOR I AM… Read More »

Sunday Mass August 25, 2019

>>[CHANTING]>>[MUSIC] ANINCLINE YOUR EAR UNTO ME, OH, LORD, D ARHEE. M>>GOOD MORNING FRIENDS, THIS IS BISHOP JOHN QUINN OF THE DIOCESE OF WINONA-ROCHESTER. AND I WELCOME YOU TO THIS TELEVISED LITURGY. ♪>>FOR UNTO YOU, DO I CRY ♪ ♪ ALL OF THE DAY. ♪ BLESS THE SOUL OF YOUR SERVANTS, ♪ FOR I LIFT UP… Read More »

(Part 7) CATHOLICISM – CHANGING THE 7TH DAY FROM SABBATH TO SUNDAY

In Spanish speaking countries such as those within Latin America, most of the people believe that Domingo is the 7th or last day of the week. However, as you will soon see, in many of these countries the majority of their calendars have Domingo on the first day, not the 7th day of the week.… Read More »

Did the Catholic Church “Change the Sabbath”?

X X X X X X X X X X X You sometimes encounter the charge that the Catholic Church wrongly “changed the sabbath” from Saturday to Sunday. This claim is often made by Seventh-Day Adventists, for example. But even if one isn’t accusing the Church of wrongdoing, the question can still arise: Why do… Read More »

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time (C) 25th August 2019

Andrew Greeley talks about a young man who had been reported killed in action came home from a prisoner of war camp. His family and his buddies and even his girlfriend had mourned him as dead and then more or less got over their grief. His sudden reappearance was disconcerting, to say the least. They… Read More »

Is an SSPX Mass Valid for Our Sunday Obligation?

Olga Marie, on Facebook Live, asks the following question: “Can we go to SSPX mass and be valid for our Sunday obligation?” Right, well, because of their irregular status–although I don’t know if our inquirer is aware that there’s been more good news concerning movement toward full communion today; as many of our listeners know,… Read More »