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Hi! This is Fr. Patrick Gonyeau, a priest in the Archdiocese of Detroit, and I'd love to share with you the Word of God. I was once an agnostic and dared God to show me He was real...and the rest is history. There is no greater gift that we can receive than Jesus Christ who brings us the joy of salvation! It is my hope and prayer that these homilies bring to you and those you share them with the joy of knowing and loving Jesus...who is calling all of us! Check out my FREE Christian folk albums: https://frpatrick.bandcamp.com
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Now displaying: November, 2020
Nov 22, 2020

On the Solemnity of Christ the King, we consider the compassionate heart of Christ, His reign in our lives and how to live well in His Kingdom now...so we'll be ready for eternity.

Nov 8, 2020

The wonderful testimony of Jennifer being healed from conditions (tinnitus & floaters) she's had for decades, glory to God!

Nov 8, 2020

In the parable of the 10 virgins in Matthew 25:1-13, Jesus tells us to stay awake, essentially to live with our heart engaged with him, neither dull nor lazy to the precious gift of having a relationship with God.  Diving into this rich parable, we consider the beauty of devotion to God and the momentum it blesses us with.

Nov 2, 2020

At a healing service at St. Isaac Jogues, Gina gives a powerful testimony of the Lord fully healing her knee of a sports injury during a time of worship.

Nov 2, 2020

Matthew 5 recounts the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount given by Jesus.  The opening lines of this sermon are the teaching of Jesus on the Beatitudes, which the Catholic Church teaches "depict the countenance of Jesus Christ." (CCC, 1717)  We take a dive in this reflection into the Beatitudes, which when embraced and lived, give us the countenance of Jesus too!

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