Special Guest Host Father Matthew, Cyrus and a caller from San Antonio, engage in a heartfelt discussion about the true meaning of Christmas, the significance of attending Mass on both Sunday and Christmas, and the captivating message conveyed in A Charlie Brown Christmas. The episode celebrates the rich spiritual depth and tradition of the holiday season while addressing common misconceptions and providing guidance for listeners to fully embrace the essence of the Christmas liturgy.
- Shirley – Did Jesus say, “love they neighbor as thyself”?
- Wuerner – Where do the seven deadly sins come from? (07:04)
- Sharon – Could I offer Gregorian Masses for my relatives that passed away 50 years ago? Is there another way to honor them?
- Mick – What is the precise definition of blessings, who is authorized to give them, and what power do they have?
- Carol – Where I live there is no additional available confessions before Christmas. If priests are not available, what are we supposed to do?
- Fr. Matthew and Cyrus talk about It’s a Wonderful Life and A Charlie Brown Christmas Special (35:36)
- Raymond – If we go to Midnight Mass will that satisfy our Sunday obligation?