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  1. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: During the season of Advent, Fr Joseph Beck reflected on how, just like Mary our Mother, we receive three great gifts when we are baptised. Fr Beck explains that like Mary, we are called to bring Jesus to others, we are called to a life of joy and, we are called to trust in God at all times. This homily was preached by Rev. Fr. Joseph Beck, C.Ss.R. on 21st Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord
  2. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: During the Season of Advent 2021, Fr. Joseph Noel Paul reflected on why John the Baptist sent his followers to ask the Lord Jesus whether he was “the one” or “whether we should wait for another.” He presents John the Baptist to us as a model of our Christian Witness to the Kingdom of God in perfect humility. This homily was preached on the passage from Lk 7:19-23 by Rev. Fr. JN Paul, C.Ss.R. on 15th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  3. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: Are we living by the standards of God or the standards of the world? In this podcast, Fr. Charles Vijay helps us to reflect on this question by reflecting on the contrast between our dress code and the ascetical attire of John the Baptist. He emphasizes that by our baptism, we have put on the garments of Christ, to live by God’s standards and not the standards of the world. In this way, we prepare the way of the Lord, like John the Baptist. This homily was preached on the passage from Lk Lk 7:24-30 by Rev. Fr. Charles Vijay, C.Ss.R. on 16th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  4. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: In this podcast, Fr Joseph Abraham unlocks Mother Mary’s secret to facing challenges in life. He explains the deep meaning in Mary’s response to the message of the angel at the Annunciation. Mary’s readiness to accept God’s will in her life opened the door for God’s grace to carry her through some trying moments in her life. This secret is open to you and me too. This homily was preached on the passage from Lk 1:26-38 by Rev. Fr. Joseph Abraham, C.Ss.R. on 20th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord
  5. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: St. Joseph was reckoned as a just man in the sight of God; and being a just man he did not want to put Mother Mary to shame. Fr Antony Charles reflects on how St. Joseph faced the greatest test of righteousness before the annunciation of the angel to him. St. Joseph is an exemplar of the virtues of justice and humility which we need in our lives as Christians. This homily was preached on the passage from Mt 1:18-24 by Rev. Fr. Anthony Charles, C.Ss.R. on 18th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  6. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: Do we treat people differently according to their family background, their reputation or our past impressions of them? In this podcast, Fr Mahesh gives us a beautiful insight into the genealogy of Christ during the Advent season. The long list of Jesus’ ancestors reveals that God accepted imperfect human beings in his bloodline. God chose this in order to teach us to love people unconditionally as we have been loved by God. This homily was preached by Rev. Fr. Mahesh Raj, C.Ss.R. on 17th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  7. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: In today’s gospel passage, taken from Mt 11:11-15, the Lord Jesus praises John the Baptist as “the greatest.” Yet, our Lord also says that greater than John is “the least in the Kingdom of God.” What did Jesus mean by this saying? In this podcast, Fr. Christopher explains this saying in a short and meaningful exposition of Sacred Scripture. This homily was preached by Rev. Fr. Christopher KL, C.Ss.R. on 9th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  8. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: In this podcast, Fr Charles Vijay reflects the history and the significance of the Christian dogma of the Immaculate Conception of Mary. He also demonstrates the connection between this teaching and our Christian life through the Sacraments of Baptism and Reconciliation. This homily was preached on the gospel from Lk 1:26-28 by Rev. Fr. Charles Vijay, C.Ss.R. on 8th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  9. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: How does one recognize the presence of God? Does it mean that one must sit in the Chapel or Church all the time? Does it mean that we have to sit at home and recite prayers all the time? In this reflection, Fr Shane shows us the connection between our spiritual practices and our day-to-day activities to help us to constantly live in the presence of God. This homily was preached on the gospel passage from Mt 17:10-13 by Rev. Fr. Shane Varghese, C.Ss.R. on 11th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  10. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: Today, Fr Sandeep reflects on the gospel from Mt 21:23-27. He explains that all forms of earthly leadership and authority are gifts given by God to human beings. Thus, no human authority is absolute. Thinking it so leads to all forms of abuse of authority. All of us who hold positions of authority, in the Church or in society, are accountable to God. This calls for exercising our roles with responsibility and love for people entrusted to us. This homily was preached by Rev. Fr. Sandeep Menezes, C.Ss.R. on 13th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  11. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: Am I too holy to repent or to obey Jesus? In the gospel of Mt 21:28-32, Jesus tells the parable about two sons. One of them appeared to be obedient but wasn’t; and the other appeared to be disobedient, but was obedient in the end. In this reflection, Fr Edgar shows us how we trap ourselves into thinking of ourselves as being beyond the need for repentance. Let us examine our own hearts and ask the Spirit of God to help us overcome self-righteousness and discrimination. This homily was preached by Rev. Fr. Edgar Moreira, C.Ss.R. on 14th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  12. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: In today’s gospel, the crowds accuse Jesus of being possessed by a demon, a drunkard, and so on. They were resisting the inconvenient aspects of Jesus’ message. In this reflection given by Fr Edgar during the season of Advent, he invites us to take up the challenge of the Gospel to reach out to those who are less fortunate than us in preparation for Christmas. This homily was preached on the gospel passage from Mt 11:16-19 by Rev. Fr. Edgar Moreira, C.Ss.R. on 10th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  13. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: “You received without paying, give without pay.” with these words we conclude today’s Gospel passage. In this podcast, let us join with Fr Joe Royan in reflecting about the benefits of generosity which explain the relevance of Jesus’ command for all times and seasons. Let us examine our motives for giving and pray to the Lord for this grace.. This homily was preached on the gospel from Mt 9:35-10:8 by Rev. Fr. Joseph Royan, C.Ss.R. on 4th Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  14. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: In this podcast, Fr John Paul invites to follow the example of St. Francis Xavier, patron of Missionaries and the prophet Jeremiah. He invites all Christians to nurture the missionary dimension of their vocation by becoming humble messengers of the Good New. The harvest is indeed plentiful but the labourers are few. In a time where Faith is being attacked and morals challenged, let us also pray for good vocations to the priesthood and religious life. This homily was preached on the gospel from Lk 10:1-16 by Rev. Fr. John Paul, C.Ss.R. on 3rd Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
  15. Redemptorist Homilies on the Go! IN THIS PODCAST: In today's gospel, which is taken from Mt 7:21,24-27 we asked to choose whether to be wise or to be foolish; whether to build our faith on rock or on sand. In this reflection, Fr. Geo presents the Roman martyr, St. Bibiana, as a model of unshakeable faith which is founded on the Word of God. Let us pray for the grace to remain faithful in times of trial or persecution. This homily was preached by Rev. Fr. Geo Tom, C.Ss.R. on 2nd Dec. 2021. Let us reflect and pray to the Lord.
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