As a philosopher, Msgr. McAllister, cannot help but open with a proposition that needs examination in order to draw a conclusion. To the informed and faithful catholic, this will be inspirational. To those other Catholics who need to be urged to examine where they are, these sermons may even be provocative given what they have come to accept. It is our hope that you will listen to these sermons (10 minutes) daily at home, office or while driving for your own spiritual enrichment. Hopefully, you will bring to your family and friends, and to those you know who are not currently attending mass to consider listening to these sermons. You will be surprised how this initiative on your part will open discussion with them and help bring them back to the church.
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Such a treasure
I stumbled upon his remarks about St John Neumann and loved it so much I’m now a regular listener! As a 30 yr old living in LA I obviously would have never been able to listen to our experience this incredible priest in his time and it seems like every day the remark you choose speaks to exactly what I’m going through. Thank you for doing this podcast!
These homilies delivered almost forty years ago are even more appropriate, relevant and needed today. It is as if the Monsignor was aware of our current struggles and speaking to them. Such is the beauty of a living Church, the Mystical Body of Christ Himself.
Thought-provoking and inspiring
Msgr. McAllister’s brilliant and interesting homilies provide succinct lessons about the teachings of Christ that both inform and inspire the listener. I am making this podcast a part of my daily spiritual exercises. Ten minutes well spent!