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Oct. 27, 2021

Ep 20 - Look To Mary

Ep 20 - Look To Mary

Father Mark Murphy is the lead pastor at St. Jude Catholic Church in Cedar Springs, IA. He is also a U.S. Navy veteran. Thank you for your service!

Alan Keyes is a  political conservative and activist, former U.N. Ambassador under the Ronald Reagan administration, and multiple-time candidate for the U.S. Presidency.

Mary is like the moon. You can stare at the moon all day and not have to worry about getting burned. She is a reflection of the powerful light of Christ. Look to your beloved Mother and she will never let you down.

The Church is in crisis mode. The answer is not to abandon Jesus because of Judas. The choice is not to jump ship because there are rough seas. We will not stray from the narrow path God has laid before us. We will remain strong.

1. Look to Mary. Jesus is the sun. Mary is the moon. You cannot stare at the sun all day or your eyes will burn. You can stare at the moon all day because it is a reflection of the light of the sun.
2. Pray for our leaders. Pray for Pope Francis. Pray for your local priests, especially your bishop. The Church is in a time of crisis right now. We need our leaders to lead.
3. Never lose hope. Jesus Christ has won the ultimate victory. Never forget that men.

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As always, please pray for us! We are men who are striving every day to be holy, to become saints and we cannot do that without the help of the Holy Ghost! 


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Resources mentioned in the episode:
1. Father Mark Murphy's homily on Mary
2. Alan Keyes' We Will Not Stray speech
3. Alan Keye's Wikipedia page

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