Which King Will You Follow, Caesar or Jesus? (Christmas Homily 2014)

NativityThe story of Christmas is the story of two kings who follow two different paths.  Which path will you take?  Which king will you follow?

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Mary, the Arc of the Covenant (Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Advent, Year B)

Mary ArcThe arc was the dwelling place of the the word. Jesus is the word, and his arc is the womb of Mary.  We are preparing ourselves for the event by which the arc is opened and the word comes into the world.

Listen to Fr. Dollins’ homily from the Fourth Sunday of Advent. Download the homily (right click here), listen to it below, access it with any podcast app (copy link), or on the iTunes store here.

 

 

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We are the voice, not the light (Homily for the Third Sunday of Advent, Year B)

Equalizer sound wave background theme. Colour illustration.In the Gospel it says about John that, “He was not the light, but came to testify to the light.” What about us? How effective is our testimony?

Listen to Fr. Dollins’ homily from the Third Sunday of Advent. Download the homily (right click here), listen to it below, access it with any podcast app (copy link), or on the iTunes store here.

Additionally, and for the first ever, Fr. Dollins’ homily is available in Spanish (right click here), or look for the podcast entitled Adviento 3b.

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Receive a Call from Archbishop Aquila on the 4th Sunday of Advent

5656cce5451ebb8eeb4cb8b4_620x343If your caller ID read “Archbishop Aquila”, would you pick up the phone?  On Sunday, December 21, Archbishop will be calling thousands of the faithful to share a special Christmas message and answer questions.  This live event that will connect every person on the same phone call is called a “teleforum”. This is a unique communications format that the Archdiocese of Denver is trying out for the first time.  If you would like to join in on the call, follow this link and sign up.

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The Audacity of St. Mark (Homily for the Second Sunday of Advent, Year B)

victoryEveryone can use a victory. Jesus Christ won a great victory for us. We can participate in this victory once we understand just how essential it is to our lives.

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Don’t be a Foolhardy Goat (Homily for Christ the King)

GoatWhen we lack an appropriate fear of the Lord, we are foolhardy. When we fail to serve the least of our brothers, we risk being grouped with the goats.

Listen to Fr. Dollins’ homily from the Feast of Christ the King. Download the homily (right click here), listen to it below, access it with any podcast app (copy link), or on the iTunes store here.
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It’s the Economy Stupid!

economyIf you are like me, you have a basic understanding of the economy and some of the principles behind it.  If someone were to ask me a lot of questions, he would quickly find that my knowledge is not very vast, which is why an interesting web page / project caught my attention last week.  The site is called wetheeconomy.com.

A panel of top economic experts including academics, analysts, journalists, and historians helped identify 20 key topics about the U.S. economy that every American should understand. Those and other economic advisors then worked with filmmakers to shape the topics into 20 different 5-8 minute films that answer the questions: Continue reading

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Brittany Maynard Is Not a Hero; She Is Not a Role Model

Brittany MaynardDespite what I feel was a great amount of positive feedback and promotion of respect for human life, Brittany Maynard, who became the poster child for “legal suicide” ended her life at the beginning of this month.

In the midst of the frenzy, the word or idea that really caught my attention was “dignity”. Proponents of euthanasia are trying to sell her story of cowardice as something dignified. Nothing could be further from the truth. Something that is dignified is something that worth of honor and respect.  Killing yourself because you want to quit before the going gets tough, that is not worthy of honor or respect.

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Is God’s Law Living in Your Heart? (Homily for the 30th Sunday of OT, Year A)

Gods-own-heartAt some point we have to move past mere adherence to God’s law and let the living out of his will become the desire of our hearts.

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