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To Pray that I Might See

[Homily. College Chapel. Feb 17, 1915] Our Gospel reading for today (Mk 8:14-21) is the continuation of yesterday’s Gospel (Mk 8: 11-13). Since I discussed these two Gospel readings together in my homily at the Mass for College Days, I … Continue reading

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Life to the Full

[Homily: HS Chapel. 4.22.13. Based on: John 10: 1-10] These days we have been considering various texts in our Gospel where Jesus is presented as the Good Shepherd. I think these texts climax in today’s Gospel reading. It has several … Continue reading

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October: Pray the Rosary!

It’s October, the second of the “-Ber” months, the month of my brother’s birthday, and less than three months to Christmas. It is also the month of the Holy Rosary. Recently, a young friend came up to me to proudly … Continue reading

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Sacred Space and Sublime Challenges

[Homily: Blessing of the Temporary Chapel, ADDU, 6.19.12] Yesterday, we celebrated our last liturgy in the Old Chapel. Today, we are in what was our multi-purpose auditorium. We have done our best to fix it up as a temporary chapel … Continue reading

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Shock and Awe vs. the Gentle Breeze

[Homily: 1 Kings 19:9a. 11-13a; Mt. 14: 22-23] Our readings today tell us how God makes himself present in our lives. They invite us to respond to this God. And to reflect on the manner in which we respond to … Continue reading

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