Monthly Archives: November 2021

The Judge that You Know

[Homily.  Luke 20, esp. 20-28. Nov. 25, 2021] After the Feast of Christ the King, our gospel readings have been from chapter 21 of St. Luke.  After his infancy narratives, Luke depicts Jesus’ Galilean ministry, then his determined journey to … Continue reading


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Hunger, Conflict, and Tribulation Before the Last Judgment

[Homily.  Sunday.  33rd Week in Ordinary Time, May 14, 2021.] We come to the 33rd of 34 weeks in Ordinary Time of this liturgical year.  Next week is already the Feast of Christ the King, the summation of this entire … Continue reading

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The Priestly Service of the Gospel of Christ

[Homily.  First Friday.  Rom 15:14-21.  November 5, 2021.] Last year on the First Friday of November the gospel was the same as today’s (Lk 1:1-8). I delivered a homily on The Landlord, the Steward, and the Children of Light related … Continue reading

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Happy Feast of All Saints!

[1 November 2021] On this Feast of All Saints we can think of all the saints in heaven – all those who through their lives of faith on earth are witnesses to the saving power of God.  “Since we are … Continue reading

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