Browsing the September 2020 archive of Fr. Daniel's Sunday Homilies
Posted by Church Staff on 9/20/20
I am notoriously difficult to give gifts for, which causes grief for my parents.
Despite the trouble I give them, they still seek to give. The notion of giving gifts to someone is done through generosity, and someone is generous through love.
Today’s gospel reading is about showing the ... Read More »
Posted by Church Staff on 9/13/20
Last week I spoke about correcting those who have gone astray, and I focused it on something you observed in the other person that needed direction. But now let’s make personal, you have been the one wronged, you’re upset, you’re angry, and you want something done about. There is ... Read More »
Posted by Church Staff on 9/06/20
In the story of Cain and Abel, Cain famously said to God, “Am I my brother’s keeper?” Is his well-being any concern of mine? Of course, that was after he had already killed Abel.
There are times where we must be willing to help those who we know are ... Read More »
Posted by Church Staff on 8/31/20
In the gospels, Jesus has been known from time to time to use insulting language, he called people hypocrites, brood of vipers, and once indirectly called a gentile woman a dog, but only here has he ever called someone Satan, and to Peter no less, who just earlier was ... Read More »