Fr. Scott continues his series on the Eucharist by discussing some of the prefigurements/types of the Eucharist found in the Old Testament AND the New.
Fr. Scott begins his series on the Eucharist this week. Click here for a complete translation of the Sequence for Corpus Christi (“Lauda, Sion”) featured in this week’s episode..
This week, Fr. Scott concludes his series on the 6th Chapter of the Gospel of John.
Fr. Scott begins a series on Chapter 6 of the Gospel of John, starting with the feeding of the 5,000. (No, Fr. Scott does not feed 5,000 people.)
When we read through the Gospel accounts of the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Our Lord, we are often left saying the words of the Centurion, “Truly this man was the Son of God.” In fact, we are so moved by the accounts that we feel anyone who hears them will instantly convert. Yet we know, all too well, that there are many who still do not believe.
This might seem disheartening at times, but it really shouldn’t surprise us. Why? Well, first, consider that those closest to Christ, His disciples, regard Mary Magdalene’s news of His Resurrection as “nonsense” (Luke 24:11) or hard to believe (Mk 16:11). In fact, when two of the disciples meet Christ on the road to Emmaus, He has to explain to them that, yes, in fact, He is the Messiah foretold by the prophets (Lk 24:25-6). Continue reading