“Señor, enséñanos a orar”

Unos predicadores dicen que Dios quiere darnos la prosperidad material. Pero no es verdad—quiere darnos algo mejor. Padre Dan explora lo que Jesucristo enseñó a sus discípulos, y a nosotros, cuando le pidieron, “enséñanos a orar.” Largo: 9:40. (Lee el texto de la homilia aquí) (XVII Domingo Ordinario, Año C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010July25b.mp3

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“Lord, teach us to pray”

Did Jesus say, “Ask for whatever you want, and you will get it”? Father Dan explores the response that Jesus gave when his disciples asked him to teach them to pray—and how it changes us and what we desire. Length: 20:39. (Read homily text here) (17th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010July25.mp3

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Christ overcomes the division between what we think we are and what we actually do

Throughout history some have thought they could placate God with some ritual actions, while he ignored how they treated human beings. Father Dan explores how Christ addresses this division—as well as our division today between who we tell ourselves we are and what we actually do. Length: 20:10. (Read homily text here) (15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010July11a.mp3

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Christ, the firstborn of all creation, is the only one who can heal and save our broken world

Do we see clearly who Christ is and what he has done for us? Father Dan explores how St. Paul’s depiction of Christ for the confused Colossians can help clear our vision today; and how this magnificent Christ is the Good Samaritan who rescues us in our need. Length: 17:50. (Read homily text here) (15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010July11b.mp3

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4th of July: Our love of country is shaped by our love for Christ

Can a Christian pledge allegiance to a country? Can we proclaim the Kingdom of God on a day that celebrates independence from the King of England? Father Dan explores how our duty to love and serve our country is both limited and expanded by our love for Christ and our heavenly homeland. Length: 17:26. (Read homily text here) (14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2010July4.mp3

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