William Hemsworth is a former ordained Baptist and Lutheran who converted to Catholicism while attending seminary. He is a husband and father of four who is passionate about passing the faith on, and assists in teaching adults and children at his parish in Tucson, AZ. For every person that enters the church there are six who leave, and William feels his calling is to help change that by teaching what the church teaches an any given issue. This will be done through his own understanding, and by the help of authors and theologians that he will have on the show.
Does the Bible intimidate you? Do you want to learn more about it? Join me in a verse by verse study of sacred scripture.
In today’s passage we begin to dig into the Our Father. We say it at every Mass and probably in our personal prayer time, but what do these words mean?
In today’s passage Jesus warns us against using empty phrases and using faithless prayer. The Father knows what we need so let’s not be afraid to go to Him in prayer.
In today’s passage Jesus warns about hypocrisy regarding prayer. What are our intentions in prayer? Are we trying to bring honor and glory to ourselves?
In today’s passage Jesus implores us to do good deeds for the right reasons. Out of love for God and neighbor. Not to bring praise on ourselves.
In today’s passage Jesus warns against wrong intentions regarding piety. Are we praying and doing good deeds for the right intention? Or just to get praise from the world?
In today’s Jesus elaborates on the importance of loving one’s enemies. Jesus is advocating for a higher morality than that found in the Old covenant.