Father Andrew Mattingly is a priest for the Diocese of Kansas City – St. Joseph. He is currently the pastor at Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, as well as chaplain of City on a Hill - local young adult community. Here, he'll share homilies, meditations, and other recorded content.
Sunday Homily on Divine Visits (11.19.23)
How many times per day does Jesus visit us? More times than you might think. Tune in to learn how to be ready for these daily divine visits.
Sunday homily: Good Works (11.12.23)
If we have faith in God and a desire to go to heaven, is this sufficient to actually make it to heaven? Jesus seems to say “no” in many places in the Gospels, including today’s parable of the wise and foolish virgins. Tune in as Fr. Mattingly unpacks one of the important “conditions” for preserving the gift of eternal life given to us in baptism.
Sunday Homily: The Eucharist as Sacrifice (#3 of 9) (11.05.23)
Which type of ancient Jewish sacrifice most perfectly foreshadowed the sacrifice of the Eucharist? Tune in to the third installment of this year-long series to find out!
Wedding Homily: Graces of Marriage (11.04.23)
In Catholicism we profess that Jesus raised marriage to the level of a sacrament, and we also profess that every sacrament is a channel of grace. But exactly are the graces of the sacrament of marriage and how does a married couple experience them? Tune in to find out!
Homily: All Souls’ Day (11.02.23)
Is purgatory a punishment or a mercy? Perhaps both? Tune in as Fr. Mattingly unpacks the realm of those who are destined for heaven but have yet to be completely purified.
Homily: All Saints Day (11.01.23)
We profess that we believe in the “Communion of Saints” every Sunday in the Nicene Creed. But what exactly IS the “communion of saints”? Tune in to find out!
This is the way.
Truly. That was code. In all seriousness, if you want to learn, he is teaching. I stop what I’m doing to listen to these posts. God bless his ministry. Saint Josemaria Escriva, pray for us.
Pray for Fr. Mattingly and his ministry.
Top-notch homilies from a very holy priest.
Fr. Mattingly has the rare ability of tying deep scriptural truths to everyday living. I really like how he gives us practical ways to live our rich and beautiful Catholic faith.
The gift of clarity
Homilies given by Fr. Mattingly are well thought out and he makes his points very clear. As a Catholic student of the Bible, I appreciate how he brings the messages into the modern day and drives home how we can benefit in our own lives. Such a treasure.