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Apr 27, 2016

This is the first talk for the class "Hearing God in Conversation", given on Thursday, April 21, 2016 at Christ the King Catholic Church as part of the Upper Room Ministry. Upper Room Director Christy Whiting introduced the class. Then Sam Williamson taught about the Biblical basis for hearing God and how we can hear...


Apr 25, 2016

The fourth talk in the Life in the Spirit Seminar, given on Thursday, April 21, 2016 at Christ the King Catholic Church as part of the Upper Room Ministry. Jerry Schoenle talks about preparing our hearts to receive the Holy Spirit and the gifts He gives. [Note: Talk 3 which precedes this was not...


Apr 14, 2016

Homily given at the 8:45a.m. Mass on Sunday, April 10, 2016, the Third Sunday of Easter, by Fr. Ed Fride, Pastor, Christ the King Catholic Church. Fr. Ed asks the question, are you willing to suffer for His sake? Do you love Him? Then proclaim Him. 

Key Words: Evangelization, Conversion 


Apr 8, 2016

The second talk in the Life in the Spirit Seminar, given on Thursday, April 7, 2016 at Christ the King Catholic Church as part of the Upper Room Ministry. Jerry Schoenle talks about salvation and the need for repentance. [Note: Talk 1 which precedes this was not able to be recorded due to a power...


Apr 7, 2016

Homily given at the 11:30a.m. Mass on Sunday, April 3, 2016, the Second Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday), by Dcn. Larry Randolph, Christ the King Catholic Church. Dcn. Larry reminds us that the Lord never tires of forgiving us and showing His Mercy. He only asks that 1) we recognize our brokenness and littleness...