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Come Alive in Jesus! - A Solemn Novena by Bishop Robert J. Hermann

  • Homily 1: God's Call to Holiness

    29 NOV 2019 · This novena is all about God’s call to holiness, and how our life is a response to His call. The early Carmelites who gathered on Mount Carmel chose Mary to be their mother and their model. She is the one who taught them, and is teaching us, how to “Let it be done to us according to God’s word.” She taught them and us how to treasure God’s word in our hearts. She taught them and us to “Do whatever He tells you.”
    Ascoltato 13 min. 27 sec.
  • Homily 2: The Need for Inner Quiet

    29 NOV 2019 · Silent time is such a rich experience of being loved by Jesus in the midst of our weaknesses. If we stay with silence, knowing that Jesus is presiding, we are filled with peace because He is bringing healing in the depths of our soul.
    Ascoltato 12 min. 23 sec.
  • Homily 3: Unilateral Forgiveness

    29 NOV 2019 · As you allow Mary to intercede for you, may she hear you say: “Jesus, forgive this person without any preconditions or strings attached. Not only forgive them but also bless them so that they may feel good about themselves and their relationship with others and with their God.” Every time you think of them, renew this powerful prayer. Mary will help you bring it to completion so that even negative feelings and memories will disappear.
    Ascoltato 13 min. 48 sec.
  • Homily 4: Invoking Our Lady of Mount Carmel

    29 NOV 2019 · Mary is modeling for us how to embrace God’s will in our lives, even if we do not understand it. We are called to trust God in all circumstances and God will fulfill our heart’s desires as we embrace His will in our lives, which includes embracing His cross as it comes to us. That is what Mary did in such an admirable way on Calvary.
    Ascoltato 10 min. 46 sec.
  • Homily 5: Spiritual Warfare

    29 NOV 2019 · Every Christian person has the right to command the evil one to leave his or her individual life. This power is part of the baptismal vows of renouncing Satan. If you don’t know who you are, you are afraid of Satan. If you realize that you are, through Baptism, a beloved son or daughter of the Father, a sister or brother of Jesus, and a temple of the Holy Spirit, Satan is afraid of you!
    Ascoltato 12 min. 16 sec.
  • Homily 6: From Self-Hatred to Self-Reliance

    29 NOV 2019 · God created us to be dependent upon others and upon Him. He doesn’t hate us when we sin. He sees our weaknesses as our potential excuse to welcome Him in to help us to develop a deeper relationship with Him.
    Ascoltato 13 min. 55 sec.
  • Homily 7: Breaking into Heavenly Praise

    29 NOV 2019 · Tonight, I will explore with you how imitating Mary in praising God can help us keep things in perspective. This is a magnificent gift God has given us, the gift to praise Him for the coming of Jesus in our lives, and in the lives of our families. Nothing can compare with this great gift. Even if everything else is going wrong, entering into this marvelous gift of praising God for sending us a Messiah puts all things in perspective.
    Ascoltato 13 min. 58 sec.
  • Homily 8: The Sacrament of the Present Moment

    29 NOV 2019 · When you arise each morning simply say to God: “From now till noon I will embrace whatever happens to me as a manifestation of Your will.” Then renew this at noontime. In the evening as you review the day you might well say with relief: “This morning I prepared myself for crucifixion and it did not happen!” This simple attitude transformed my life.
    Ascoltato 14 min. 54 sec.
  • Homily 9: Becoming Pregnant with God's Word

    29 NOV 2019 · God created us with abundant weakness so that we would hunger for His word! Today’s readings demonstrate that God created man dependent upon Him and others so that man might cry out in desperation, hungering for the word of God! That is the profoundest hunger we experience within.
    Ascoltato 10 min. 11 sec.

Bishop Robert J. Hermann, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, delivered nine homilies on the occasion of the Solemn Novena to our Lady of Mount Carmel that...

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Bishop Robert J. Hermann, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, delivered nine homilies on the occasion of the Solemn Novena to our Lady of Mount Carmel that have been adapted for this book. Beginning with a response to God’s Call to Holiness, Bishop Hermann teaches us how to imitate Mary in allowing God to enrich the love affair he has with us.
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