Having a strong yearning to receive the Body and Blood of Our Lord.
Father Clifford explains that we need the gift of hope to gain our eternal life of love.
The play Pygmalion is used to explain the concept of faith.
An exploration into the methods of mercy introduced by Jesus to mankind.
The Book of Revelation states that God has given each of us a name before we were born.
The writings of Fr. Faber of England concerning the Blessed Sacrament.
In Matthew's Gospel, Jesus talks about the Kingdom of God being a banquet prepared by the king where all are invited.
The Rev. Leo Clifford talks about names and what people do to identify themselves.
Father Leo Clifford explains how to face the world through the few words spoken by Jesus during the Sermon on the Mount.
Leaving the symphonies of life unfinished.
Fr. Leo Clifford discusses St. Francis of Assissi and his security, stability, serenity, and peace that is as immutable as God Himself.
Fr. Leo Clifford explains that if we allow Him to enter into ourselves, the solutions for our lives become better.
Grudges, resentments and gossip.
Jesus became man to redeem us.
Putting off dealing with God and religion until old age.
Radiant living from Christ's point of view.
The meaning of love of God and love of neighbor.
The glory of the Our Father.
The importance of love.
Father Leo Clifford reflects on the virtue of humility.
Father uses the Parable of the Father with the two sons being asked to work in the vineyard to explain the Will of the Father.
The need for the soul to experience the giving and receiving of love.
Fr. Leo Clifford reflects on what it means for God to live in the soul.
Fr. Leo Clifford reflects on the importance of sincerity in everyday life.
Father discusses how each day should be offered as an entire prayer to the Lord.
Our Lady as Our Mother and as our model for life.
Father explains that as God's forgiveness to us is boundless if we ask, so should ours be.
Father Clifford explains that life is a gift mankind loves.
Life interfering with enjoyment and what to do about it.
People who talk to themselves.
Discussing the story of the rich man and the dishonest overseer.
The most appealing words Jesus ever spoke.
Jesus promises us that if we ask the Father anything in His name, the Father would answer it.
St. Paul says in Corinthians that faith, hope and love endure.
Father explains how one person can truly impact many.
Reminding someone to do something rather than instructing someone.
Bringing God into the depths of being.
God's way and how normally He operates quietly.
Our deepest yearnings are put there by God due to His great love for us.
How faith impacts life and how it is different from experience.
Father Leo Clifford explains that Christ expects each Christian to spread the message of His love.
The Word of God is inexhaustible.
Father Leo Clifford explains how much God loves each person and asks us to return that love to Him.
A reflection on the Epistle to the Ephesians.
Surely these words of wisdom find an echo in your heart this day. I shall pass this way but once. Any good I can do, any kindness I can show, let me not defer it, let me not neglect it. Let me do it now, because I shall not pass this way again.
Father Leo Clifford reflects on how the Lord already has our lives planned out, even our death.
Using Jesus' carpentry skills, Father Leo Clifford develops the theme of forgiveness.
Fr. Leo Clifford explains that we are no different than the Prodigal Son's older brother if we show indifference to others.
Allowing God to take the worry out of life.
Father Leo Clifford reflects on the nature of sin.
Mary as God's masterpiece.
Father Leo Clifford reflects on Christ as the center of the moral life.
Fr. Leo Clifford reflects on the difference between blind duty and sacrificial love.
The meaning of the Cross.
Fr. Leo Clifford reflects on how lack of gratitude creates bitterness.
The Parable of the Good Samaritan as the motivation for a philosophy of life for a Christian.
Fr. Leo Clifford explains the Mass, the source and summit of our religion, as described by Vatican II.
The Forgotten Person of the Holy Trinity and how He is manifested is the topic of this talk.