Seminarian CD Projects

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13 years ago I was part of a group of seminarians who produced two CDs.

The first one, “Hours”, followed the day in the life of a seminarian.
The second one, “Incarnation”, follows the mystery of the Incarnation from the lament of Israel through the Epiphany.
Recently, I have received some inquiries about both of these CDs.
Neither of them is in production and, in general, used copies are hard to come by.
In searching through some back-up hard drives, I found the original album artwork and some digital versions of the tracks.
I am supplying 2 links if you are interested in downloading a digital version of either of the CDs.
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Who Should You Be Near? (Homily for the 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year C)

CloseThe question is not who is close to me who I need to show mercy to, the question is: who do I need to make myself close to in order to show them mercy.

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You Cannot Bluff Real Love (Homily for the 5th Sunday of Easter, Year C)

bluffWe can shower someone with praises and gifts, we can lust after someone, but we cannot fake real love. Real love requires sacrifice.

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Are You a Virtuous Friend? (Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Easter, Year C)

Tough ConversationsOur problem is not with “Red Martyrdom”, we tend to lack courage to stick up for our faith in everyday life.

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The Victory of the Resurrection is Our Victory (Homily for Easter 2016)

VictoryWe enjoy participating in victories that we have not contributed toward. The victory of the resurrection is the only victory that really satisfies us.

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Covenants are Difficult to Keep (Homily for the 2nd Sunday of Lent, Year C)

Hand ShakeThe person who calls us to keep our end of a covenant is not our enemy.

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Putting Out Into the Deep (Homily for the 5th Sunday of OT, Year C)

501_deep_waterWhat is the difference between “digging deep” and “putting out into the deep”? Surrender.

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A Deeper Understanding of Jesus’ Baptism (Homily for the Baptism of the Lord, Year C)

poolIf Jesus was free from sin, why did he receive John’s baptism?

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Christ is the Answer to the Ultimate Questions (Homily for the Epiphany)

QuestionsWhere do I find a standard to live by? On whom can I rely? To whom or what should I trust myself? Where is the one who can offer me the response capable of satisfying my heart’s deepest desires?

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What Are Your Expectations? (Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Advent, Year C)

childlookingatrainAdvent is a time to examine our expectations and ask the question, “Do the things I am anticipating really end up fulfilling me, or is there something more to life?”

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