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You Are Not Your Own

https://youtu.be/dZv31wOKEjE On this Second Sunday of Ordinary Time, Tony discusses two very difficult but essential spiritual lessons that this weekend's readings teach us, both of which are radically countercultural message. The first is,...
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A Dwelling Place for God

https://youtu.be/K9a5NapAR4Q We have arrived at the Fourth and final Sunday of Advent, and this Sunday we see God's plan for the human family fully revealed in the Annunciation. As Tony explains, it is in Mary that God's purpose for the Inc...
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Learning to Love Like God

https://youtu.be/ddObgWXTEV8 On this 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time, we hear Jesus proclaim the greatest commandment, that we are to love God with our whole heart, soul and mind. This is something we hear often, and the fact that we do can te...
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The Wedding Feast of the Kingdom

https://youtu.be/Z-IOhGepP_M On this Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jesus continues to teach us about the Kingdom of God through parables, this time through the parable of the wedding feast. As Tony explains, through the analogical ...
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Nietzsche, the Death of God, and a Morality Beyond Good and Evil

https://youtu.be/ke7a9MGrnw0 In this episode of FRESHImage Presents, Tony Crescio, takes a deep dive into the thought of 19th century philosopher who famously coined the phrase, “God is dead,” Friedrich Nietzsche. By overviewing some of Nie...
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The Finest Quality of the Human Family

https://youtu.be/c4LoATGabE4 On this Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jesus teaches us a very difficult spiritual lesson in his rebuke of St. Peter. The only way to grow in holiness is to die to our false selves, the selves that we ha...
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Restoring Unity

https://youtu.be/3AM6p6r4rcA This Sunday we witness St. Peter's confession of Jesus as the Christ, the Son of the Living God. This famous passage is often at the heart of interdenominational debates surrounding papal primacy. However, as To...
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The Invitation to be Co-Creators with God

“The Lord God then took the man and settled him in the garden of Eden, to cultivate and care for it” (Genesis 2:15). In our culture, we place a premium on working hard, grinding it out, less rest, and more productivity. The underlying assumpt...
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Do Whatever He Tells You

Second Sunday of Ordinary Time-Cycle C My Dear Friends in Christ, This year the Church follows the “C” cycle of readings for its Sunday Eucharistic Liturgies. Accordingly, we have the special grace this year of being presented in three con...
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