Palm/Passion Sunday: “In this is Love…”

Holy Week opens as we remember Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem; and then we quickly shift to meditating upon his Passion and death. Father Dan prepares us for meaningful prayer during these powerful days. Length: 13:12. (Read homily text here) (Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Mar28a.mp3

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Published in: on March 28, 2010 at 11:05 pm  Leave a Comment  

Domingo de Ramos: “El amor consiste en esto…”

La Iglesia empezamos la Semana Santa por la conmemoración de la Entrada Triunfal de Jesús en Jerusalén; y entonces oímos la historia de su Pasión. Padre Dan nos dirija en un camino de oración en estos días importantes. Largo: 11:42. (Lee el texto de la homilia aquí) (Domingo de Ramos, Año C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Mar28b.mp3

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“See, I am doing something new!”

To recall the past but not be bound by it: this is a key part of the repentance to which Christ calls us during Lent. Father Dan examines how both St. Paul and the woman caught in adultery were called to turn from their past and toward the new path that Christ opened for them. Length: 11:25. (Read homily text here) (5th Sunday of Lent, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Mar21.mp3

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Jesus, the woman caught in adultery, and true forgiveness

It is one of the most famous stories of the Gospels. But what does the woman caught in adultery have to do with us? Or the trap in which the Pharisees were trying to catch Jesus? Father Dan explores Jesus’ radical response of forgiveness. Length: 17:15. (Read homily text here) (5th Sunday of Lent, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Mar20.mp3

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Jesus, hell, and the parable of the fig tree

When many people die in an attack or an accident, does it mean that they were being punished for big sins? Jesus tackled that question—and brought it back to our need to repent, to change, right now. Father Dan explores how the parable that Jesus told of the fig tree brings us hope and insight into his good plans for us. Length: 16:26. (Read homily text here) (3rd Sunday of Lent, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010Mar7.mp3

Published in: on March 7, 2010 at 12:01 am  Leave a Comment