Five-minute Sermons for Low Masses on All Sundays of the Year, Zväzok 1

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Joy in Gods Blessings
38
The Second Coming of Christ
42
The Expectation of the Messias
45
Criticising our Pastors
47
Sermon XIII Lessons of the Crib
51
Retrospect
53
The Acceptable Time
56
Sermon XVI Showing Forth our Faith
60
Sermon XVII Home Life
65
Duties of Children to Parents
68
The Business of Life
71
Vanity of Earthly Things
74
Sermon XXI Our Two Duties
79
Cursing
81
The Holy Name
84
Sermon XXIV Sermon before a Mission
88
Sermon XXVPride
91
Miracles
93
Sermon XXVII Taking Courage
97
The Following of Christ
100
Sermon XXIX Thanksgiving
105
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106
Frequenting the Sacraments
107
Resisting the Devil
110
Sermon XXXII Discouragement
114
How to Use Grace
116
Frequenting the Sacraments
118
Sermon XXXV The Friendship of God
123
Working for God
126
Sermon XXXVII The Chosen Few
131
Placing Scandals
134
Fortitude
137
Sermon XL Preparing for Lent
141
Matrimony
144
Christian Selflove
146
Sermon XLIII Serving the Devil
150
How to Fast in the Heart
153
The Relapsing Sinner
156
The Loving Chastiser
159
Sermon XLV1I Benefits of a good Confession
163
The Angelic Virtue
165
Our Two Enemies
168
Sermon L The Spiritual Combat
173
Reverence in Church
176
Trifling wffh God
178
Sermon LIII Economy
182
Sermon LIVThe Vanity of the World
185
Constant Prayer
187
Sermon LVI Behavior at Mass
192
Purchased by His Blood
195
Serving God from the Heart
200
The Willing Victim
203
Sermon LX The Joy of Penance
206
Peace
209
I Easter Duty
212
Sermon LXIII Steadfastness
216
Faith
219
J Sermon LXV Bearing Injustice
223
Sermon LXVI The Good Shepherd
226
l Sermon LXVII Duties of Patents
229
Sermon LXVIII Pleasure in Serving God
233
How to Work for Salvation
236
The Patronage of St Joseph
239
Kindness
243
Superstition
245
Christian Instruction
248
Sermon LXXXII The Precepts of the Church
278
Sermon LXXXIII Our Duty to Those Without
282
The Holy Eucharist
285
Sermon LXXXV The Occasions of Sin
290
Love of our Neighbor
293
Trusting in God
296
Sermon LXXXVIII Pilfering
301
How to Pray
304
The Teaching Church
306
Hearing Mass
309
Sermon XCII A Profitable Summer
313
Good Reading
316
Forgiveness
318
Sermon XCV Am I my Brothers Keeper y 322
322
Mans Need of God
324
The Dignity of Human Nature
327
Sermon XCVIII The Folly of Sin
331
Fruit the Test of the Tree
333
Opening of a New School
335
Sermon CI Extravagance
339
The Wisdom of the World
342
Common Honesty
344
Sermon CIV Riches are Gods
348
A Christians Weapons
350
The Use of Temptations
353
Sermon CVII Distrust of Self
357
Ingratitude
360
Confidence in Prayer
362
Sermon CX The Careless Christian
367
Backbiting
370
The Divinity of Christ
373
Sermon CXIII The Successful Christian
377
Our Neighbors
379
Love for Others
381
Sermon CXVI Forgetting Gods Goodness
386
Horror of Mortal Sin
388
Christian Education
391
Sermon CXIX The Power of Grace
395
Serving Two Masters
397
Trusting in God
400
Sermon CXXII Correction for Faults
404
Training the Conscience
407
How to Help Others
409
Sermon CXXV The Root of all Sin
414
Sermon CXXVLMeditation
417
Selfwatchfulness
420
Sermon CXXVIII Fanaticism
424
Why we should Love God
426
Sermon CXXX Bad Thoughts
430
True Forgiveness
433
Sermon CXXXfl Perseverance
436
Sermon CXXXIII Good and Bad Reading
440
Bad Company
443
Sermon CXXXVThe Robe of Justice
445
Sermon CXXXVI Telling Lies
450
Sermon CXXXVIIGood Example
452
Getting nearer Heaven
455
Sermon CXXX IX How to become a Saint
459
The great Cause of Crime
462
Forgiveness and Forgetfulness
465
Twentysecond Sunday after Pentecost Sermon CXLI I Matrimony
469
Our Duties to God and the World
472
Hypocrisy
474
Sermon CXLV Reverence for God
479
How to be Masters of Our selves
482
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