Election Novena Day Three: October 28, 2020

For nine consecutive days, Monday, October 26 through Tuesday, November 3, participants will be encouraged to pray one Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be for the day’s intention. A closing prayer for elected leaders will be offered on day 10, Wednesday, November 4. You can find even more resources to help you and your community learn more about responding to our call to be faithful citizens.

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Homily for October 27, 2020

I get the sense that many preachers avoid talking about this passage of Ephesians, for the focus on wives being subordinate to their husbands. But, Paul is making much larger claims than simply subordination. All too often, the command to husbands is not emphasized. They are to love their wives as Christ loves the Church. And that is a total, other-centered love that is awesome indeed.

Election Novena Day Two: October 27, 2020

For nine consecutive days, Monday, October 26 through Tuesday, November 3, participants will be encouraged to pray one Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be for the day’s intention. A closing prayer for elected leaders will be offered on day 10, Wednesday, November 4. You can find even more resources to help you and your community learn more about responding to our call to be faithful citizens.

Election Novena Day One: October 26, 2020

For nine consecutive days, Monday, October 26 through Tuesday, November 3, participants will be encouraged to pray one Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be for the day’s intention. A closing prayer for elected leaders will be offered on day 10, Wednesday, November 4. You can find even more resources to help you and your community learn more about responding to our call to be faithful citizens.

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Homily for October 22, 2020

Be not afraid. On the day of an optional memorial for Saint Pope John Paul II, I am reminded of this phrase which he said so often. The bible quotes God as saying this phrase, or some variation of it, repeatedly. If there was ever a time when we were called to remember that we are in God’s presence always, and need not be afraid, it is now.

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