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Homily for Corpus Christi Sunday (June 18, 2017)
Total Time: 7m18s

Living A Eucharistic Lifestyle:
1. A Thankful Lifestyle (Gratitude)
2. A Connected Lifestyle (Love of God and Neighbor)
3. An Empowered Lifestyle (He Abides in Us - We Abide in Him)

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Homily For Trinity Sunday (June 11, 2017). Total Time: 7m47s.

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Homily for Pentecost Sunday (June 4, 2017) Total Time: 7m50s

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Homily for Ascension Sunday (May 28, 2017) Focuses on preparing for the great celebration of Pentecost. Total Time: 6m36

Link to the Pentecost Novena which begins Friday, May 26th. https://wwccr.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/BurningBushNovena8x11.pdf

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Homily for the 5th Sunday of Easter. Total Time: 9m18s

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Homily for the 4th Sunday of Easter (May 7, 2017). Total Time 8m0s

Link to Fr. Gallagher's book on The Discernment of Spirits. https://www.amazon.com/Discernment-Spirits-Ignatian-Everyday-Living/dp/0824522915/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494599811&sr=8-1&keywords=The+discernment+of+spirits

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Homily For Divine Mercy Sunday (April 23, 2017) Total Time: 8m43s

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Homily for Easter Sunday. Total Time: 9m03s

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Homily for the 5th Sunday of Lent (4/2/17). Total Time: 11m30s.

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Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Lent (March 19, 2017) Total time: 8:47

Quote from the "Joy of the Gospel" by Pope Francis:

#280Keeping our missionary fervor alive calls for firm trust in the Holy Spirit, for it is he who “helps us in our weakness” (Rom 8:26). But this generous trust has to be nourished, and so we need to invoke the Spirit constantly. He can heal whatever causes us to flag in the missionary endeavor. It is true that this trust in the unseen can cause us to feel disoriented: it is like being plunged into the deep and not knowing what we will find. I myself have frequently experienced this. Yet there is no greater freedom than that of allowing oneself to be guided by the Holy Spirit, renouncing the attempt to plan and control everything to the last detail, and instead letting him enlighten, guide and direct us, leading us wherever he wills. The Holy Spirit knows well what is needed in every time and place. This is what it means to be mysteriously fruitful!

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