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Homily March 29, 2020 Fifth Sunday of Lent
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March 29, 2020 07:44 PM PDT

Today we have the story of Jesus bringing Lazarus back to life. ... What's amazing is that anything that Christ was involved in dealt with giving people back their life. ... Because we proclaim that Christ heals and he forgives and he offers a new way to sinners." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:John 11:1-45

Homily March 28, 2020 Saturday of the Fourth Week of Lent
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March 28, 2020 07:22 PM PDT

"God can speak to us through many different people and many different places and sometimes even the ones who are humble enough to see what's needed; they are the ones maybe that the authorities, the educated, the people who have power in our country could listen to so that maybe, just maybe God's work can be done in a more powerful way." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:John 7:40-53.

Homily March 27, 2020 Friday of the Fourth Week of Lent
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March 28, 2020 04:08 AM PDT

"May we always be open to a deeper, more meaningful, more powerful experience that God has for us. That's what Lent is all about." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference: John 7:1:2,10,25-30.

(from 2016) Homily March 11, 2016
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March 27, 2020 03:37 AM PDT

"Oftentimes if we feel judged by others, probably it is our own conscience dealing with it. ... If you can make the decision to be Christ-like and do stand for what is right and good, we have to deal with the fact that people will not agree with you.." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference: Wisdom 2:1A, 12-22 and John 7:1-2,10, 25-30

Homily March 26, 2020 Thursday of the Fourth Week of Lent
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March 26, 2020 06:58 AM PDT

"Jesus speaks today about testifying. The Father testifies on his behalf and also his works testify. ... As we take a look at our actions ... it's a lot harder to live up to who we are supposed to be as Christians than to talk about it." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:John 5:31-47

Homily March 25, 2020 Solemnity of The Annunciation of the Lord
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March 25, 2020 10:46 AM PDT

" Mary says 'yes' to the will of God. We are all to say 'yes', even in confusing times. We celebrate the Annunciation. The Annunciation is 9 months before Christmans. ... What it goes to show I think is, that God has a plan. We do not know what it is. ... Mary did not quite understand what the plan was going to be. We do not know what God's plan is now for our lives, for this world, for the pandemic. God has a plan. Trust in God's plan." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference: Luke 1:26-28

Homily March 24, 2020 Tuesday of the Fourth Week of Lent
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March 24, 2020 12:54 PM PDT

"Through the waters of baptism one receives graces. ... what is close to the water finds lots of growth. ... that's where life is found. ... Today the message is: stay close to God, stay close to the faith, especially in the time of trial." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:Ezekiel 47:1-9,12 and John 5:1-16.

Homily March 23, 2020 Monday of the Fourth Week of Lent
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March 24, 2020 11:56 AM PDT

"In the Gospel, the father went to great lengths for healing and to get to Jesus because he traveled far. ... to what extent are we willing to do for one another and for those who are needy, we would go to Jesus." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference: John 4:43-54

Homily March 22, 2020 Fourth Sunday of Lent
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March 24, 2020 11:06 AM PDT

"This Gospel is a great Lenten reading ... we are watching someone come to believe. What we see here is the gift of faith takes place gradually in the blind man. ..." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference: John smiley1-41)

(from 2014) Homily March 30, 2014 Fourth Sunday of Lent
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March 23, 2020 11:22 AM PDT

"... we think that we can see because we say we think we understand, we think we know. And something happens and we come to see how terribly blind we were, hoe much we did not see. ..." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:John 9:1-41

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