"God forbid that I should glory save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom the world is crucified to me, and I to the world." (Gal. 6: 14)

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Audio Sermon for the fourth Sunday after Easter (Mother's Day).

2 comments:

joyce said...

Thank you for a beautiful sermon. Yes, my husband is a blessing, even though he is protestant, for he has helped me regain my salvation. I am understanding more and more with these sermons and The Seraph along with the Third Order letters. I am forgiving more and "listening to the quietness of my heart", listening to God's messages for me as to handling my life with my husband and my wayward children.
With this sermon, I am able to be more at peace, accepting my troubles, and looking deep into my heart as to what person I really am, and to correct it with prayer. There is not a day that goes by but I am suffering from some physical malady, and I am beginning to relax and rejoice over them.
You can't change others but you can change yourself by prayer, confession, and doing God's Will. Who knows, God might just grant what you have been praying for, for many years or just a few days.
Accept those crosses and smile!

Raúl Miguel said...

Es realmente un sermón hermoso, lleno de espiritualidad católica.
Felicitaciones desde Argentina.
¡Sursum Corda!