Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell.
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(02-28-2020, 07:36 PM)Melkite Wrote:
(02-28-2020, 07:04 PM)JacafamalaRedux Wrote: If you want to clear the room of liberals, just put this priest's mission on.

No kidding, if I need a little elbow room doing dinner prep this works like a charm.

And it's good for them,  too. I know they think about what little they had to hear before heading off to some place else.

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I'm gonna listen to these on my drive to church over the next few weeks!  Is he FSSP, SSPX, diocesan....?
He's a Franciscan Friar. He does a lot of talks for the Fatima Center.

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(02-28-2020, 07:55 PM)JacafamalaRedux Wrote: [quote pid='1414649' dateline='1582933002']
He's a Franciscan Friar. He does a lot of talks for the Fatima Center.

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I'm guessing OFM Cap. from the beard, which is the most glorious beard I've ever seen on a Capuchin! I love it!
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Thanks.  I've listened a couple of times to Fr. Isaac's Lenten missions in the past and am doing so again this Lent.  Always a good ice breaker, or better yet, cold shower, for my lulled soul after the comfort zone of Christmas through Mardi Gras.
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I've listened to the first one on death.  Good content, definitely not the style of preaching that gets through to me, though.  Very Protestant in style (yelling points for emphasis).  But still good stuff to think about.  I'll be sure to listen to the next one this coming Sunday.
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(03-02-2020, 01:18 PM)Melkite Wrote: I've listened to the first one on death.  Good content, definitely not the style of preaching that gets through to me, though.  Very Protestant in style (yelling points for emphasis).  But still good stuff to think about.  I'll be sure to listen to the next one this coming Sunday.


I'm not sure I'd describe Father's preaching as 'protestant in style.' He's so spot on Catholic. I'd suggest maybe he's preaching from the gut as opposed to the head or heart. Does that makes sense? Some preach from the heart, others from the intellect and still others from the gut.
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(03-02-2020, 10:35 PM)JacafamalaRedux Wrote:
(03-02-2020, 01:18 PM)Melkite Wrote: I've listened to the first one on death.  Good content, definitely not the style of preaching that gets through to me, though.  Very Protestant in style (yelling points for emphasis).  But still good stuff to think about.  I'll be sure to listen to the next one this coming Sunday.


I'm not sure I'd describe Father's preaching as 'protestant in style.' He's so spot on Catholic. I'd suggest maybe he's preaching from the gut as opposed to the head or heart. Does that makes sense? Some preach from the heart, others from the intellect and still others from the gut.
Yeah, somehow that makes sense to me.
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(02-28-2020, 12:03 PM)JacafamalaRedux Wrote: Here's the next one:


I've finished this one today on my ride into work. And it really shook me (as most of Fr. Isaac's sermons do), just the image of Christ as the Just Judge is altogether terrifying to contemplate, especially if I wind up as a goat rather than a lamb. It's so easy to look at the sentimental image of Christ that is common today and forget that He is also Justice. It also brings me great adulation to think of His Justice as fulfilled in the general Judgment. It's a lot to contemplate and think about, especially in this Lenten season. God bless Fr. Isaac!
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(03-02-2020, 10:35 PM)JacafamalaRedux Wrote:
(03-02-2020, 01:18 PM)Melkite Wrote: I've listened to the first one on death.  Good content, definitely not the style of preaching that gets through to me, though.  Very Protestant in style (yelling points for emphasis).  But still good stuff to think about.  I'll be sure to listen to the next one this coming Sunday.


I'm not sure I'd describe Father's preaching as 'protestant in style.' He's so spot on Catholic. I'd suggest maybe he's preaching from the gut as opposed to the head or heart. Does that makes sense? Some preach from the heart, others from the intellect and still others from the gut.

Yeah, I wasn't sure Protestant was the right way of describing it either.  Content wise, it's solidly Catholic.  But something about the way he emphasized his points reminded me of videos I've heard of Protestant revivals, or watching John Hagee when I was a very new Christian.  The presentation at some points (definitely not for the whole thing) reminded me of an evangelical style of preaching.
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