Proclaiming the Gospel with Courage

Fr. Paul Scalia
04/05/2019 06:00 PM
Fr. Paul Scalia gives his best advice for boldly proclaiming and sharing the good news of the gospel. Questions Covered: 13:00 - I am interested in the sermons that make direct reference to the Eucharist in the early Church. Can you tell me more about this? 19:24 - I want to hear more about hell. I mean this in a very positive way. I converted 14 years ago and never heard anything about the reality of hell. 28:58 - Who influenced you in your preparation of the homily for your father’s funeral? 33:41 - Why are the Roman sermons so short and the Byzantine and other rites so much longer? 37:53 - What is the homily supposed to be about? What is the difference between a priest’s homily and other people preaching? 46:52 - What is your opinion on lay people giving homilies at Mass? 49:18 - Did you father ever suffer attacks from evil because of all the good he did to move our country in a moral direction? Resources Mentioned: Sermons in Times of Crisis: Twelve Homilies to Stir Your Soul by Rev. Paul D. Scalia