Homilies


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3rd Sunday of Lent

3rd Sunday of Lent

Speaker: | March 17, 2020

Preached March 15, 2020; St. Peter Catholic Church, The Dalles, Oregon Let me begin today with a doctrinal summary. The doctrine gives us the objective reality. Today’s Gospel will help us discover how to encounter...


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2nd Sunday of Lent

Speaker: | March 09, 2020

Preached March 8, 2020; St. Peter Catholic Church, The Dalles, Oregon Last Sunday, I spoke about the distinction and interrelation of the natural and supernatural orders, both created by God. The supernatural order, the order...


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1st Sunday of Lent

Speaker: | March 02, 2020

Preached March 1, 2020; St. Peter Catholic Church, The Dalles, Oregon God created two interrelated orders, the order of nature and the order of supernature, or the order of grace. When I speak of the...


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7th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Speaker: | February 24, 2020

Preached February 23, 2020; St. Peter Catholic Church, The Dalles, Oregon When Jesus stood before Pontius Pilate, Pilate asked whether he was a king. Far from denying his kingship, Jesus defined his kingship in a...


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5th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Speaker: | February 10, 2020

Preached February 9, 2020; St. Peter Catholic Church, The Dalles, Oregon Last Sunday, on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, Jesus Christ, was proclaimed as the light of revelation to the Gentiles. (Lk...


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2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time

Speaker: | January 20, 2020

Preached January 19, 2020; St. Peter Catholic Church, The Dalles, Oregon Last Sunday we celebrated the Baptism of the Lord and this Sunday, the 2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time, the Gospel continues on the same...


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The Baptism of the Lord

The Baptism of the Lord

Speaker: | January 13, 2020

Preached January 12, 2020; St. Peter Catholic Church, The Dalles, Oregon In our contemporary society we have become very accustomed to think in terms of ‘rights’. Justice ceases to be something that I owe to...


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Epiphany

Epiphany

Speaker: | January 05, 2020

Where is the newborn King of the Jews … we have come to worship him. The Magi come from the east to worship the Infant Jesus, recognizing in him not just a man, not...