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Nov 17 - Homily: Come, Lord Jesus

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Uploaded by AirMaria on Dec 15, 2013

Fr. Angelo Geiger gives the final homily for our retreat at the Mother of the Redeemer Retreat Center called "Apocalypse Now" on the book of Revelation. He relates this subject to the current liturgical season which at the time of the conference was just prior to the feast of Christ the King, when we look forward to the second coming of Christ as covered in the Apocalypse. Ave Maria! Mass: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Sunday - Form: OF Readings:  1st: mal 3:19-20 Resp: psa 98:5-6, 7-8, 9 2nd: 2th 3:7-12 Gsp: luk 21:5-19 All the talks of the conference in order: 1st Homily - Vision and Prophecy Now - http://airmaria.com/?p=39415 1st Talk - Surviving the Apocalypse - http://airmaria.com/?p=39420 2nd Talk - What the Spirit is Saying - http://airmaria.com/?p=39432 2nd Homily - Temple of the Lord - http://airmaria.com/?p=39450 3rd Talk - Rumors of War - http://airmaria.com/?p=39433 4th Talk - Wedding Fest of the Lamb - http://airmaria.com/?p=39434 5th Talk - Warrior Queen - http://airmaria.com/?p=39435 Final Homily - Come, Lord Jesus - http://airmaria.com/?p=39469 To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=39469


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