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Our Savior
Jesus Christ

“Broadcasting live and on fire from St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Boynton Beach, we worship Christ in the great tradition of the Roman Catholic Church.

We invite our listeners to visit our St. Thomas More Catholic Church website (STMBB.ORG) where you will find many resources to bless you and your family in your Christian discipleship.

We proclaim the risen Christ and gather in fellowship with Mary, the mother of Our Lord, around the table of the Eucharist.  We pray with the Saints and seek to conform our lives with theirs in order to receive the powerful presence of Jesus Christ in Holy Communion and to be His ambassadors, Christ appealing through us to you by the means of social media. “

Pastor Harris

St. Thomas More Catholic Church
Holy Mass Daily
We Publish the daily Mass in video every day. keep listening to radio Luz.
The Holy Gospel
You can listen to the Holy Gospel of the day, everyday In English.
The Holy Mass Tuesday and Friday
Listen to the Holy Mass celebrated by Paster Julian Harris And Father Alex Vargas, On Tuesday and Friday at 8:30 AM
Programación Semanal
Todos los días se actualiza la programación. El Santo Evangelio se actualiza  diario, la Santa Misa del día, Etc.
Santa Misa en Vivo
Los Fines de semana presentamos en vivo la Santa Misa los Sábados y los Domingos , Por favor este pendiente.
Aplicaciones Para su telefono
Estamos  trabajando en el desarrollo de aplicaciones en español y en Ingles  nuestra programación.
We Love God
We Believe in God

Question: “What does it mean to love God?”

Answer: First, loving God requires knowing Him, and that knowledge begins with His Word. It may sound glib, but to know Him is to love Him.

To love God is to worship and praise Him. “It is written: ‘Worship the Lord your God and serve him only'” (Luke 4:8). The book of Psalms provides many beautiful examples of how to worship and praise our Creator (e.g., Psalms 8, 19, 23, 24, 67, 99, 117, and 150).

To love God is to put Him first. The number-one commandment is to love God “with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength” (Mark 12:30). It’s an undivided love. God is our priority. If we love God with all our hearts, souls, minds, and strength, then we won’t allow other things to crowd in. Our love for God is manifested by loving people (Mark 12:31), but we do not love the things of the world. “Earth has nothing I desire besides you” (Psalm 73:25). We cannot love this present world and God at the same time (1 John 2:15); love for what the world offers can lead us astray (2 Timothy 4:10).

To love God is to desire Him, to yearn for His righteousness, His Word, and His grace. “As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, O God” (Psalm 42:1). Once we have tasted and seen that the Lord is good (Psalm 34:8), we want more of Him. If we love God, we will be like Mary of Bethany, “who sat at the Lord’s feet listening to what he said” (Luke 10:39). If we love God, the psalmist’s description of the Word of God will resonate within us: “[it is] more precious than gold, than much pure gold; . . . sweeter than honey, than honey from the comb” (Psalm 19:10).

Suppose a man is separated from his sweetheart and receives a letter from her. His first action will be to eagerly open the letter and pore over its contents. His love for his beloved will naturally cause him to love her correspondence with him. The same is true with our love for God’s Word. Because we love the Author, we love His message to us. We read it avidly and often, we hold it close, and we hide its words in our hearts.

Finally, to love God is to obey Him. Jesus tells us, “If you love me you will obey what I command” (John 14:15, 23; 15:10; 1 John 5:3). However, this is not a matter of merely following rules and registering good deeds. It is about having God’s love written indelibly on our hearts. We naturally wish to please those we love. When we love God, we will want to please Him and obey His commands eagerly. “I delight to do your will” (Psalm 40:8).

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July 27, 2019 27
Jul 2019

Bishop Robert Barron

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For other people named Robert Barron, see Robert Barron (disambiguation). His Excellency, The Most Reverend Robert Barron Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles Titular Bishop of Macriana in Mauretania Bishop Barron - Wikipedia.jpg Bishop Robert Barron (2018) Archdiocese Los Angeles Appointed July 21, 2015 Installed September 8, 2015 Other posts Titular Bishop of Macriana in Mauretania Orders Ordination May 24, 1986 by Joseph Bernardin Consecration September 8, 2015 by José Horacio Gómez Joseph M. Sartoris Blase J. Cupich Personal details Birth name Robert Emmet Barron Born November 19, 1959 (age 59) Chicago, Illinois, United States Previous post President–Rector of University of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary (2012–15) Alma mater The Catholic University of America University of St. Mary of the Lake Institut Catholique de Paris Motto Non Nisi Te Domine (English: Nothing but you, Lord) Coat of arms Robert Barron's coat of arms Styles of Robert Emmet Barron Coat of arms of Robert E. Barron.svg Reference style His Excellency Spoken style Your Excellency Religious style Bishop Ordination history of

July 25, 2019 25
Jul 2019

Mother Miriam

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Born and raised in a Jewish home, Rosalind Moss (now Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God, O.S.B.), in her adult years, embraced Jesus as the Messiah of the Jewish people. Her conversion took her from a successful business career to full-time Evangelical Protestant ministry, earning a Master’s degree from Talbot Theological Seminary. A series of events in the summer of 1990 set her on a compelling course to the Catholic Church which she entered at Easter 1995.

July 24, 2019 24
Jul 2019

Father Fortea

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Father Fortea’s most famous publication is Summa Daemoniaca. That book is a treatise of demonology and an exorcist’s manual. The book analyzes the world of demons, the final damnation state of the soul, the inter-relationship of the fallen angels among themselves and with respect to angels, human beings and God. The book’s second part deals with the different related demonic phenomena: how to discern if someone’s possessed, how to conduct an exorcism, the poltergeist phenomenon in haunted houses, as well as some other strange and unusual phenomena. That book ends with an analysis about evil itself. The “reflections” at the end of the book constitute the most philosophical part of the treaty. The book Exorcistica is a supplemental publication of Summa Daemoniaca. It is as extensive as the book it supplements: this second treaty embraces with a deeper understanding the topics discussed in the first book. The book, Anneliese Michelle, a Case of Possession, analyzes the case of a possessed German girl who died in 1976. In A Mysterious God, the question about charismatic gifts is analyzed as well.

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Volunteering is a wonderful way to get plugged into your church, feel like part of a community, and serve Jesus at the same time. I was talking with a friend the other day, and she mentioned how much she would love to volunteer in the Children’s Ministry at her church. She felt that couldn’t volunteer because she couldn’t commit to being available when they needed her.