Sharing Jesus, Our Hope

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

124 episodes of Sharing Jesus, Our Hope since the first episode, which aired on February 18th, 2020.

  • 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time C

    January 16th, 2022  |  31 mins 9 secs

    Power! The Holy Spirit gives us power. We as the children of the Most High God are to operate in this power!

  • Feast of the Holy Family C

    January 8th, 2022  |  6 mins 25 secs

    The Holy Family offers us the example of how our families are called to live. Particular focus today is on the importance of obedience. Each of the figures of the Holy Family demonstrate this. Through the practice of holy obedience, they lived their lives completely for God and were able to do great things.

  • Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God C

    January 8th, 2022  |  10 mins 58 secs
  • The Epiphany of the Lord C

    January 8th, 2022  |  19 mins 40 secs
  • The Nativity of the Lord C

    January 8th, 2022  |  20 mins 16 secs

    Jesus came to us in the circumstances He did to demonstrate His ardent love for us. He did so to experience life in all its difficulties and sorrows that we might know for a fact that we have a Mediator who understands what we go through in life. He also shows us the way to live, and how with Him, there is hope to be had in this world: a hope that is sustainable, a hope that can carry us through great trials and hardships.

  • 4th Sunday in Advent C

    December 19th, 2021  |  16 mins 23 secs

    We're counting down to Christmas! And monks from the 8th century have come up with a way to prepare our hearts more worthily for our Savior's coming!

  • 2nd Sunday in Advent C

    December 5th, 2021  |  19 mins 44 secs

    During the Season of Advent, we are called to wait with expectant faith. But does waiting mean not doing anything? How do we wait and prepare at the same time?

  • 1st Sunday in Advent C

    November 28th, 2021  |  24 mins

    Life is filled with its ups and downs, yet sometimes life can get so much that we end up getting stuck in the lows... so much so that we try to escape from our problems. Jesus in the Gospel today tells us that this is not the answer. His words not only challenge us but makes us aware of who we are and how we are able to overcome the difficulties in life that weigh us down.

  • Solemnity of Jesus Christ, The King of the Universe - B

    November 21st, 2021  |  24 mins 10 secs

    The presence of sloth and apathy in the lives of many is not a signal for us to surrender. If Jesus is King, we are called to fight for Him, to fight for the salvation of souls.

  • 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time B

    November 17th, 2021  |  11 mins 28 secs

    The life of a Catholic Christian demands sacrifice.

  • 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time B

    October 31st, 2021  |  18 mins 24 secs

    Bartimaeus, the blind man, demonstrates a model of how we ought to approach prayer with God.

  • 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time B

    October 31st, 2021  |  18 mins 18 secs

    Moses said, "Fear God." Jesus said, "Love God. Love neighbor." Which is it? While seemingly contradictory, both have a part to play in our faith life.

  • 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time B

    October 31st, 2021  |  7 mins 32 secs

    Jesus had spoken about how with God's grace, the impossible is made possible.

  • 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time B

    October 4th, 2021  |  27 mins 44 secs

    What does the Catholic Church teach about marriage, divorce, annulments, and remarriage in light of the words of Jesus concerning divorce?

  • 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time B

    September 26th, 2021  |  9 mins 16 secs

    There is power in the Holy Name of Jesus. St. Bernardine of Siena had tremendous faith concerning this perennial truth. His example shows us that we too ought to take advantage of speaking His Name often and taking refuge in His mercy.

  • 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time B

    September 26th, 2021  |  9 mins 17 secs

    No matter our state in life, there is always something that can move us to be jealous. Only when we recognize that our hope, our desires are fulfilled in God, it will never be enough.