Sunday Homilies, 25 Oct 20 • October 25, 2020 • Fr Michael Fanous
This week's gospel speaks of a man who was disabled in many ways, blind, deaf, mute. Often in our own spiritual lives, we can be equally weakened however, we are lucky enough to have a chance at revival. Join Fr Michael Fanous as he explains the revival Christ offers to us.
General Q&A (Part 27)
Series, 20 Oct 20 • October 20, 2020 • Fr Matthias Shehad
Does it matter how we do the sign of the cross? What is the meaning of St. Macarius' icon? How can we have more trust in God, regardless of the circumstances? Tune in as Fr Matthias answers these questions and more!!
Genesis 32:22- 35:29 (Wrestling With God)
Bible Studies, 16 Oct 20 • October 16, 2020 • Fr Matthias Shehad
Join Fr Matthias Shehad as he delves into Genesis 32-35. The Bible study discusses the long awaited meeting between Jacob and Esau and how Jacob took counsel from the Lord.
Overview of the Old Testament
Bible Studies, 23 Oct 20 • October 23, 2020 • Fr Polycarpus Shoukry
Tune in as Fr Polycarpus Shoukry gives us an overview of the Old Testament and discusses the different Kingdoms throughout history.
Life in Christ - Part 3: Making you Holy
Series, 19 Oct 20 • October 19, 2020 • Fr Michael Sorial
Join Fr Michael in Part 3 of the series 'Life in Christ'.
Life in Christ - Part 2: Adoption Into God's Family Is Life Changing
Series, 13 Oct 20 • October 13, 2020 • Fr Michael Sorial
Join Fr Michael in Part 2 of the series 'Life in Christ'.
Life in Christ - Part 1: Justification Much More Than Just Not Guilty
Series, 05 Oct 20 • October 5, 2020 • Fr Michael Sorial
Join Fr Michael in Part 1 of the series 'Life in Christ'.
Nevertheless At Your Word
Sunday Homilies, 18 Oct 20 • October 18, 2020 • Fr Theodore Ghaly
Obedience is not always easy when what we are told to do, is not in line with what we know. 'Nevertheless at your word' is what St Peter said to Christ when he was told to cast your net. Tune in to find out how we can apply 'Nevertheless at your Word' in our own lives.
John 1:1-18 - A Theological Introduction
Bible Studies, 21 Oct 20 • October 21, 2020 • Fr Antony Paul
Tune in as Fr Antony Paul introduces the Gospel of John, diving into the theology that the Gospel is built upon.
Pressing Unto Jesus
Sunday Homilies, 18 Oct 20 • October 18, 2020 • Fr Michael Sorial
Tune in as Fr Michael urges us to press unto Jesus with love and silence to hear the Word of God so we can be transformed in Him.
Jesus For President - Part 1: Who's Got Your Vote?
Series, 18 Oct 20 • October 18, 2020 • Fr Anthony Messeh
Tune in as Fr Anthony Messeh begins the series, explaining that we must either serve God or the world, but that it is impossible to serve both.
Christ's Second Coming
Sunday Homilies, 06 Sep 20 • September 6, 2020 • Fr Athanasius Iskander
Tune in as Fr Athanasius Iskander talks about Christ's Second Coming.
Luke 13:1-21 - Repentance, Weakness And Strength
Bible Studies, 18 Oct 20 • October 18, 2020 • HG Bishop Youssef
Tune in as His Grace looks verse by verse into Luke 13:1-21, which speaks about repentance, the barren fig tree, the spirit of infirmity, and having faith as a mustard seed!
The Power of Friendship
Sunday Homilies, 11 Oct 20 • October 11, 2020 • Fr Pishoy Salama
In this Sunday's sermon, Fr Pishoy Salama contemplates on the power of true friendship, one that survives hardship as the four faithful friends of the paralysed man carried him to Jesus for healing. For this true friendship and faithfulness of the four friends, Christ healed the paralysed man. "A friend in need, is a friend indeed" - Fr Pishoy Salama Tune in to discover the power of true friendship!
Cruise Ship vs Christ's Ship
Sunday Homilies, 18 Oct 20 • October 18, 2020 • Fr James Mikhail
Tune in, as Fr James teaches us about the significance of the boat in the Miraculous catch of Fish, read in Luke chapter 5.
Esther 9&10 - The Celebration Of The Feast Of Purim
Bible Studies, 19 Oct 20 • October 19, 2020 • Tony Salib
"Esther is a symbol of the church, whose congregation were saved from danger; Having slain Haman, whose name means (oppression), she delivered to the generations to come a great memorial day and feast." St. Jerome In this week's Bible Study, Tony takes us through the thirteenth day designated for the annihilation of the Jews, turning from sorrow to joy; when in that same day the Jews could kill their enemies. And the two days; the fourteenth and the fifteenth became a joyful feast celebrated by the Jews every year.
Sunday Homilies, 18 Oct 20 • October 18, 2020 • HG Bishop Youssef
Tune in as His Grace speaks about the dangers of having a superficial relationship with God, and also gives us four areas to work on which will help us pursue an intimate relationship with God!
Overcoming Despair In Service
Servant Development, 18 Oct 20 • October 18, 2020 • HG Bishop Youssef
"Therefore, since we have this ministry, as we have received mercy, we do not lose heart." (2 Corinthians 4:1) Tune in as His Grace speaks about despair in service, and what it means to stay faithful in ministry. Listen as he speaks about the four challenges that cause us to fall in despair, the seven reasons we shouldn't lose heart, and how to remain hopeful in service.
Sunday Homilies, 18 Oct 20 • October 18, 2020 • Fr Yacoub Magdy
Often as Christians, we can lose hope, however, through today's gospel we learn that hope is not found in moments or people, but rather through our Lord Jesus Christ who is ever-present in all of life's problems Join Fr Yacoub Magdy as he explains the message of hope.
Luke 12:35-59 - Being A Faithful Servant
Bible Studies, 17 Oct 20 • October 17, 2020 • HG Bishop Youssef
The passage for today's Bible study looks into the faithful and evil servant, the division of "mother against daughter, and daughter against mother” (12:53), the days of judgement. Tune in as His Grace Bishop Youssef takes us step by step through these verses!
The Parable Of The Unjust Steward
Spiritual Reflections, 17 Oct 20 • October 17, 2020 • HG Bishop Youssef
The Gospel of today's liturgy is of the parable of the unjust steward. Tune in as His Grace looks into the important principles of stewardship and accountability, and explains the challenging parts of this parable!