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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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You Shall Renew the Face of the Earth

[Mass of the Holy Spirit, Assumption Chapel.  July 20, 2022.] Recently we celebrated the commencement of the 75th anniversary of ADDU with the celebration of Christ the King as the center of our University. We Pray that the Holy Spirit … Continue reading

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He Ate with Tax Collectors and Sinners

[Homily.  First Friday. July 1, 2022] Jesus was criticized for eating with tax collectors and sinners.  But, he said, “I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners.”  On this First Friday, this is the Good News we focus … Continue reading

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For Freedom, Christ Set Us Free

[Homily.  Assumption Chapel.  Sunday, 26 June, 2022.] Our second reading today from the Letter of Blessed Paul the Apostles to the Galatians begins with the inspiring line, “Brothers and sisters, for freedom Christ set us free, so stand firm and … Continue reading

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Our Participation in Jesus’ Sacrifice

[Homily:  Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ.  Sunday, June 19, 2022] Before Abram was renamed Abraham (cf. Gen. 18:5), Abram was sent by God into Canaan, where God promised he would be the father of a great nation. … Continue reading

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In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit…

[Homily.  Trinity Sunday. 19 June 2022.] After the celebration of Easter, the Ascension and Pentecost, it only fitting that we celebrate our relationship with God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, the Trinity.  When we recall the Father, … Continue reading

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“To the Ends of the Earth” Today

[Homily:  First Friday.  June 3, 2022.] From the side of the Crucified Lord flowed water and blood.  From the side of the Crucified Lord flowed the Church.  From the side of the Crucified Lord, St. John Chrysostom said, flowed the … Continue reading

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To the Ends of the Earth

[Homily based on the Acts of the Apostles, Friday, May 27, 2022.] We have been reading from the Acts of the Apostles. As we have been celebrating the profound mystery of the Resurrection and are about to celebrate the Solemnity … Continue reading

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Feed my Lambs.  Feed my Sheep.  Feed my Malnourished Children

[Homily.  First Friday Mass.  Jn. 6:60-69. May 6, 2021] What Jesus said in today’s Gospel was controversial.  Those who were listening to him quarreled about what he really meant.  In fact, when Jesus had finished teaching, there were those among … Continue reading

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