Last Sunday, the Church celebrated the feast of Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit made the Apostle’s speech in their rough, Galilean accents, understandable to those from countries all over the region where Aramaic was not spoken. Ever since proud engineers tried to build the Tower of Babel, the languages of the Earth had been scrambled. The miracle of Pentecost is that through the Holy Spirit, the sin and punishment of Babel were set aside, and people began to understand each other.
Hope everyone is doing well as the semester wraps up. This coming Wednesday, May 13th from 4 PM – 6 PM EDT we will be having a virtual TCC End of the Year party on Zoom! This will also be an opportunity to celebrate the Feast Day of Our Lady of Fatima!
Video, audio, and slides of a talk Fr. Moloney gave on May 4, 2020.
“Was it not necessary that the Christ should suffer?” In Luke 24:26, Jesus claims to the disciples on the road to Emmaus that it was necessary that he should suffer. This is an extraordinary claim that people don’t focus on enough. Why was it necessary?
Recordings of previous MIT TI Talks are now available in the Activities > Education tab :
In addition, the Thomistic Institute has recently started a series of Quarantine Lectures. Learn more here: https://thomisticinstitute.org/quarantine-lectures
Fr. Moloney preached a retreat to the FOCUS missionaries who are quarantined in their house, an old convent with a full chapel. Check out the recordings for the homilies on Holy Thursday and Easter Sunday, as well as the meditations on Good Friday.