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(from 2015) January 7, 2015 Wednesday after Epiphany
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January 07, 2020 07:36 PM PST

Listen to Fr. Daniel's homily about the themes of fear,courage and love in today's readings.
Scripture Reference:1 John 4:11-18 and Mark 6:45-52.

(from 2015) Homily January 6, 2015 Tuesday after Epiphany
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January 07, 2020 03:22 AM PST

"As you hear in today's first reading from John, since God is of love, those who do not love, do not know God. ... It is hard for someone who has no experience of love in their life to understand God, who is love. Or, when they've experienced love in their life that is conditional or that was troubling or experienced lots of betrayal in their life then those become huge stumbling blocks for their experience of God." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference: 1 John 4:7-10.

(from 2015) Homily January 5, 2015
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January 06, 2020 04:50 AM PST

"When you belong to God, there are certain ways you see things and certain ways that you live." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:1 John 3:22-4:6

Homily January 5, 2019 The Epiphany of the Lord
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January 05, 2020 10:52 AM PST

"Today as we celebrate the Epiphany we read the story of the Magi who start on a journey to meet the King. ... Their destination was to find Jesus and when they found Him they returned home by a different way. ... They started a different journey with a new purpose and a reason." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference: Matthew 2:1-12.

(from 2017) Homily January 4, 2017 Memorial of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, Religious
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January 04, 2020 05:45 AM PST

In today's Gospel Jesus tell the disciples "Come, and you will see."
"What we hear here is an invitation from Jesus to be with Him. ... When you listen to Jesus He invites you into a relationship with Him. You have to come and stay with Him for awhile. And then you understand and believe and have this connection with Jesus." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:John 1:35-42.

(from 2016) Homily January 3, 2016 Memorial of the Most Holy Name of Jesus
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January 03, 2020 03:24 AM PST

"Celebrating a Feast Day called the Name of Jesus is a nice Christmas celebration. He was given the name by the angel. ... What's wonderful about this is the importance of naming. All of you who have had children had the experience of [giving a name to your child]. And we believe that's the name they will have for all eternity. ... The name of Jesus should always be used to bless, to wish good upon others and to all upon God." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:Luke 2:21-24

(from 2015) Homily January 2, 2015 Memorial of Saints Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen, Bishops and Doctors of the Church
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January 01, 2020 07:26 PM PST

"When you remain in Christ, you speak differently. You see the world differently. ... Sometimes when we are not close to Christ we start making different kinds of decisions.(from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:1 John 2:22-28

Homily January 1, 2020 Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God
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January 01, 2020 07:35 AM PST

"... When we come to remember the first of January, ... encased in our New Year's resolutions is the basic belief that we can change, we can start over, we can begin again. ... We live with the decisions we have made and with the things that have happened to us and at the same time it causes us to look to the future cause a new year reminds us that there is new hope, a new life, a new chance to begin again. ... Today we celebrate the Feast Day of Mary, the Mother of God. We listen to the scriptures say that she watched all these things happening to her and she reflected on them in her heart."
(from Fr. Daniel's homily)

Scripture Reference:Luke 2:16-20.

(from 2014) Homily December 30, 2014 Sixth Day in the Octave of Christmas
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December 31, 2019 07:31 AM PST

"We believe Christ came into the world, therefore He blesses the world. ... the family [is] sacred because He entered into the family. Suffering is sacred because Christ took on suffering. ... All we experience in this life is graced by God." (from Fr. Daniel's 2014 homily)
Scripture Reference: 1 John 2:12-17.

Homily December 30, 2019 Sixth Day in the Octave of Christmas
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December 30, 2019 09:54 AM PST

Anna and Simeon [in today's Gospel] are patron Saints of people who come to Mass and pray day and night for things. ... There are people whom God seems to send that keep a level of spirituality in the parish." (from Fr. Daniel's homily)
Scripture Reference:Luke 2:36-40

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