La Cuaresma y la batalla por el corazón

Nuestros amores se pueden desordenar, cuando lo que deberíamos amar menos desemplaza lo que deberíamos amar más—especialmente Dios. Padre Daniel considera cómo las prácticas de la Cuaresma pueden arreglar de nuevo nuestros corazones. Largo: 5:17. (Lee el texto de la homilia aquí) (Miércoles de Ceniza)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb22b.mp3

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Published in: on February 22, 2012 at 9:54 pm  Leave a Comment  

Lent and the battle for the heart

Our loves can get out of order, when things we should love less displace things we should love more—especially God. Father Dan considers how Lenten practices put our hearts back in order. Length: 4:23. (Read homily text here) (Ash Wednesday)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb22a.mp3

Published in: on February 22, 2012 at 9:49 pm  Leave a Comment  

12 short homilies on the Mass

Father Dan draws us deeper into the Mass, as he unfolds different aspects of what it is and what it means to us. This single audio file joins all 12 homilies together. Length: 66:59. (Links to text and audio of individual homilies)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb21b.mp3

Published in: on February 21, 2012 at 10:47 am  Leave a Comment  

Source and Summit

Eventually the Mass must come to an end, and you are sent forth. Then what? Father Dan considers what it means for all of life to be brought into the Mass, in union with our Divine Bridegroom. Length: 5:37. (Read homily text here) (12th in a series of short homilies on the Mass)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb21a.mp3

Published in: on February 21, 2012 at 9:57 am  Leave a Comment  

The importance of religious liberty

George Washington, first President of the United States, believed in religious liberty. On this President’s Day, Father Dan considers the full meaning of this first freedom—and urges us to guard against its erosion in the U.S. today. Length: 8:52. (Read homily text here) (President’s Day)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb20.mp3

Published in: on February 20, 2012 at 12:01 pm  Leave a Comment  

No dejes que nadie impida que vengas a Cristo

En la lectura del Evangelio, la gente alrededor de Cristo impide que otros le alcancen. ¿Cuántas veces impiden sus discípulos por su mal ejemplo? Padre Daniel nos anima que no seamos impedidos, ni impidiendo a otros, de alcanzarle. Largo: 6:48. (Lee el texto de la homilía aquí) (VII Domingo Ordinario, Año B)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb19b.mp3

Published in: on February 19, 2012 at 8:23 pm  Leave a Comment  

Don’t let anyone keep you from Christ

In today’s Gospel reading, the crowd around Jesus obstructs others from reaching him. How often do his followers do this through bad example? Father Dan urges us not to be prevented, nor to prevent others, from reaching him. Length: 7:58. (Read homily text here) (7th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb19a.mp3

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The Eucharistic Prayer

This part of the Mass is its “center and high point”—but what happens in it? What are its parts? Step by step, Father Dan takes us through the eight components of every Eucharistic Prayer. Length: 5:48. (Read homily text here) (11th in a series of short homilies on the Mass)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb17.mp3

Published in: on February 17, 2012 at 1:45 pm  Leave a Comment  

One in Christ

The Eucharist is called the sacrament of unity. Father Dan considers what kind of unity it fosters, and how it does it, among those who attend Mass. Length: 5:29. (Read homily text here) (10th in a series of short homilies on the Mass)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb16.mp3

Published in: on February 16, 2012 at 9:59 am  Leave a Comment  

In the heart of the Trinity

The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are three Divine Persons, distinguished by their relationships. In the Mass, not only is that relationship made present, but Christ draws us into his Sonship. Length: 5:43. (Read homily text here) (9th in a series of short homilies on the Mass)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb14.mp3

Published in: on February 14, 2012 at 1:18 pm  Leave a Comment  

Uniting heaven and earth

In the Mass we join with the heavenly worship described in the Book of Revelation—and, following Christ, we lead all creation in a joyful return to the Father! Length: 5:45. (Read homily text here) (8th in a series of short homilies on the Mass)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb9.mp3

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Offer your bodies as a living sacrifice

In the Mass, Christ is made present so that we may offer his one perfect sacrifice to the Father—and offer ourselves with him. Father Dan considers what this means—this heart of our active participation in the Mass. Length: 5:43. (Read homily text here) (7th in a series of short homilies on the Mass)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb7.mp3

Published in: on February 7, 2012 at 10:19 am  Leave a Comment  

Levantarlos de las tinieblas

Cristo sanó a sus enfermedades y les dio la esperanza. Nosotros también la hemos recibido su amor, y debo compartirlo con otros. Padre Dan presenta dos medios de hacerlo. Largo: 11:04. (Lee el texto de la homilía aquí) (V Domingo Ordinario, Año B)

Podcast: http://gallaugher.net/dangallaugher/FrDG-2012Feb5.mp3

Published in: on February 5, 2012 at 9:28 pm  Leave a Comment