God wants to do amazing things in your life—so let him!

What do the Pearl of Great Price and the Treasure in the Field tell us about embracing the Kingdom of God? Speaking especially to young people, Father Dan speaks of vocation and the willingness to sell all to gain the true joy Christ offers us. Length: 10:33. (Read homily text here) (17th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2011Jul24b.mp3

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Published in: on July 24, 2011 at 12:36 pm  Leave a Comment  

God charges you with the mission of a lifetime

Young Solomon took seriously his new role as king, and asked for what he needed to serve. Are you fulfilling your mission? Father Dan considers some components of our mission to help us assess our progress. Length: 9:43. (Read homily text here) (17th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2011Jul24a.mp3

Published in: on July 24, 2011 at 12:30 pm  Leave a Comment  

Even amid scandal, Christ wants his Kingdom to grow through you

The amazing growth of a mustard seed; the pervasive spread of yeast in dough: Christ says the Kingdom of God is like this! Yet he says that bad people will be in it, along with the good, until the last day. Father Dan encourages us as we live this complex reality. Length: 9:52. (Read homily text here) (16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2011Jul17a.mp3

Published in: on July 17, 2011 at 12:23 pm  Leave a Comment  

To receive the amazing gifts of God, first clear away the rocks and weeds

In Christ’s parable of the sower, the seed that falls on rich soil produces an amazing harvest. How can we experience that? Father Dan explores the ways in which we can remove our sins and entanglements, and make room for the grace of God. Length: 9:25. (Read homily text here) (15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2011Jul10.mp3

Published in: on July 10, 2011 at 12:16 pm  Leave a Comment  

The world, the flesh, and the freedom of the easy yoke of Christ

What does St. Paul mean when he speaks of the flesh negatively? Father Dan explores how loving the body can mean saying no to it, and accepting the yoke of Christ brings us the freedom for which we long. Length: 10:54. (Read homily text here) (14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2011Jul3.mp3

Published in: on July 3, 2011 at 12:07 pm  Leave a Comment