Monthly Archives: August 2022

Healing Beyond Expectation

[Homily.  Assumption Chapel. 31 August 2022.] Our Gospel for today is from the 4th chapter of St. Luke.  Jesus has just made his first public appearance in a synagogue in his hometown of Nazareth.  He declared that in the Spirit … Continue reading

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Invitations to a Deeper Following of Jesus

[Homily. Assumption Chapel. 23 August 2022.] Those of us who pray for the grace to know Jesus intimately know that his public life was no bed of roses.  He had the company of his disciples.  He loved his disciples.  But … Continue reading

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Christ the King, Mary the Queen

[Homily.  ADDU Chapel of Christ the King.  For the SATMI Community.  22 Aug. 2022] I would like to welcome you all to this Eucharistic celebration here in the Chapel of Christ the King.  It is because of the persistence of … Continue reading

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Mary Assumed into Heaven

[Homily.  Feast of the Assumption.  Aug. 15, 2022.] It is a mystery that God made the history of salvation dependent on the consent of a young virgin from Nazareth, Mary, who was already betrothed to a just man, named Joseph.  … Continue reading

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Denying Oneself to Find One’s Self

[Homily.  First Friday Mass.  Assumption Chapel. Aug. 5, 2022.] Once again on this First Friday, we contemplate “the Man on the Cross.”  He is not only a man; he is God-made-man as willed by the Father as an expression of … Continue reading

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