Monthly Archives: August 2020

Jesus’ Anger vs. False Worship and Hypocrisy

[Homily.  Live-streamed Mass.  August 26, 2020.] Jesus is angry in today’s Gospel.  It is important for us to understand why.  Jesus focused his public ministry on preaching the Kingdom of God, on leading people to recognize the goodness and compassion … Continue reading


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Hope and Our Lady of the Assumption

[Homily.  ADDU Live-streamed Mass.  August 15, 2020.] Each one of us is called to work out that for which one hopes. That belongs to the stuff of being human. A human is one who hopes.  Or at least can hope. … Continue reading

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Address to the CFU on the occasion of the Induction of New Officers

[CFU Office, Community Center of the First Companions, 10 August 2020, 3:30 pm.] It is a real pleasure for me to be with you this afternoon. And I thank President Judith Dalagan for the kind invitation. Since this pandemic started … Continue reading

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The Personal Love of Jesus

[ADDU Live-streamed Mass, August 7, 2020 With the ADMU Class ‘59’ ’63 ‘67] The Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus can be traced back not only to Margaret Mary Alaquoque in the 17th century, whose visions urged us to … Continue reading

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