Miembros del Cuerpo de Cristo, como Dios lo formó

¿Te sientes pequeño, o lejos de tu hogar? La Iglesia Católica es universal; en cualquier sitio que estés, eres miembro del Cuerpo de Cristo. Padre Dan habla sobre la importancia de permanecer como miembro fiel de la Iglesia. Largo: 9:22. (Lee el texto de la homilia aquí) (III Domingo Ordinario, Año C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Jan24b.mp3

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True Christian unity: like parts of one body

What does true Christian unity look like? Do we have it? How do we get it? What stands in the way? Father Dan explores what St. Paul communicates when he uses the analogy of the different parts of one body; and what this harmonious working looks like in the interpreting of Scripture. Length: 15:42. (Read homily text here) (3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Jan24a.mp3

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Scripture in your life and the life of the Church

Why is Scripture read at every Mass? How was it written? Can we believe it? How can we understand what it says, and how does the Church’s Magisterium help? Father Dan addresses these questions, and how the Holy Spirit speaks to our hearts through Sacred Scripture. Length: 16:43. (Read homily text here) (3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Jan23.mp3

Published in: on January 23, 2010 at 11:50 pm  Leave a Comment  

An explanatory Mass

What is the Mass all about? How Christ is present? How is the Mass a sacrifice, and how do we share in it? What are the different parts of the Mass? How does it all fit together? Father Dan explains the why and the what of this act of worship that is central to our life in Christ. (This recording presents only the explanations, without the Mass itself.) Length: 1:13:38.

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Jan17b.mp3

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The sign at Cana and healing after abortion

Like the bride and groom at that wedding in Cana, couples today may find themselves facing an unexpected surprise: in their case, a baby. Is abortion the answer? Father Dan describes the great suffering that abortion brings—and the forgiveness and healing that is found in Christ. Length: 15:12. (Read homily text here) (2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Jan17a.mp3

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Christ is still calling

Why was Christ baptized, when he was sinless? What does our baptism do for us? How does this relate to our confirmation and our vocation? Father Dan addresses these questions within a special Mass of Thanksgiving offered at his late grandparents’ long-time parish. Length: 12:33. (Read homily text here) (Feast of the Baptism of the Lord)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Jan10.mp3

Published in: on January 10, 2010 at 5:00 pm  Leave a Comment  

Confession: The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation

Why do Catholics need to go to confession? How does it relate to baptism? Are there any sins a priest cannot absolve? How should a penitent prepare for confession? Father Dan explores this sacrament and the great grace it gives us in our struggle against sin. Length: 1:13:04. (RCIA)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Jan5.mp3

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Let the Mother of God accompany you into the New Year

On this New Year’s Day, why does the Church have a holy day of obligation, honoring Mary? Can we really call her “Mother of God”? Father Dan explores how Mary’s faith and practice of reflecting can guide us each day of the New Year—and the special tool that can help. Length: 15:15. (Read homily text here) (Mary, Mother of God)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Jan1.mp3

Published in: on January 1, 2010 at 10:29 pm  Leave a Comment