Browsing the November 2020 archive of Fr. Daniel's Sunday Homilies

1st Sunday Advent year B 2020

Posted by Church Staff on 11/29/20

Reflections on the past 9 months.  As we hit March, the Parish was running as usual.  2 weeks later, we were shut down.  Shutdowns, social distancing, sanitizer, masks.  Whether you thought or think that all these things were just or unjust, necessary or unnecessary is irrelevant.  It happened.  What ... Read More »

Christ the King 2020

Posted by Church Staff on 11/22/20

This is a feast that was instituted in the 1925.  In the years following the first world war, while the fighting was over for a time, there was not a sense of peace. Lingering anger still existed among the nations, and interior divisions continued from within.  Thus, Pope Pius ... Read More »

32nd Sunday year A 2020

Posted by Church Staff on 11/08/20

Human wisdom is concerned with earthly matters, and it certainly has its value.  It often deals with practical things on how to live, how to treat others, how to survive well and get by.  It debates systems and rights, and.  But it is ultimately limited and incomplete, and at ... Read More »

All Saints 2020

Posted by Church Staff on 11/01/20

This day is for all the saints in heaven, those who glory in God’s presence.  This day is about the Church Triumphant, the hope and goal of all Christians, the desire that all people will come to experience, the joys and glories of God.  All the people of history ... Read More »