Author Archives: Fr Andrew Gronotte LC

About Fr Andrew Gronotte LC

Fr Andrew Gronotte, born and raised in northern Kentucky entered the Legionary apostolic school in eighth grade in 1998, where he began his formation for the priesthood in the Legion. Currently he is finishing his theological studies in Rome, where he will be ordained in a little more than a year.

A Call from God

St Paul today speaks of considering the call of God to remember that it is by no merit that we have received a call from God. A call to be his sons and daughters, to be with him forever in … Continue reading

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Light

We hear today how two towns received light. Light for me has been a sign of the presence of God. Christ himself calls himself the light of the world. Light illumines the darkness and allows us to see. It doesn’t … Continue reading

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Witness

Isaiah uses the image of light to explain Israel’s call to give witness to the nations of God’s presence. They are no longer servants, but rather witnesses of God’s love, because God was coming to live in them. John the … Continue reading

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Advent: Prepare for Christ’s Coming

As we begin advent, we are reminded that Christ will come! How awesome it is that God wants to come to us. It isn’t easy to recognize Him as He comes. This is why we have advent to prepare us … Continue reading

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Christ Our King

As we end the Liturgical Year and the Jubilee Year of Mercy we are reminded that Christ is our King. His kingdom is not here, but through the open doors of His Heart are we allowed in to His Kingdom. These … Continue reading

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The Battle for Heaven

Christ tells us to be prepared for war. We are in war now. There is a battle in each one of our hearts for our soul. Heaven is at stake. Christ tells us that we have to be prepared for … Continue reading

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God’s eyes

God listens especially to the attitude with which we pray. To God it doesn’t matter who we are in the image of the world, but the fact that we are His son or daughter makes all the difference. He wants … Continue reading

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Prayer

Today prayer is presented to us in the liturgy. We all need time to pray. Not just to ask God for things, but to build a loving trusting relationship with Him. Prayer is a battle and we must persevere in … Continue reading

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Faith

The story that Christ gives about the master who asks his servant to serve him seems to have nothing to do with the petition of the disciples increase their faith. Through this story which seems so obvious, Christ shows us that also faith … Continue reading

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Path to Heaven

Over the past few weeks the gospels have been warning us in a positive way for eternity. Today the liturgy tells us how to make it – humility. Humility is the only way to have communion with God. God is … Continue reading

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