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November 19th, 2007

Feast of St. Luke. Are You A Friend of the Lord? Yes, you sure are! Now let the world know. St. Malachy’s Church, Broadway and 49th, Times Square, New York City. Thursday 12:15pm Mass. (Original date: 10/18/07)

November 19th, 2007

All Souls’ Day. Today we gather to remember our lost loved ones, who are making their journey to Heaven. St. Malachy’s Church, Broadway and 49th, Times Square, New York City. Friday 12:15pm Mass. (Original date: 11/02/07)

November 7th, 2007

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time. You’ve got free tickets from God. Now all you have to do is make the effort to use them! St. Malachy’s Church, Broadway and 49th, Times Square, New York City. Sunday 6:00 pm Mass. (Original date: 08/26/07)

November 6th, 2007

Thursday of the 20th Week in Ordinary Time. Despite the seemingly harsh words of today’s readings, we must remember that they carry a message of togetherness and love: we are all invited to the Banquet of the King. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15pm Thursday Mass. (Original date: 8-23-07)

November 5th, 2007

Wednesday of the 20th Week in Ordinary Time. The Queenship of Mary. It is never too late for us to receive God’s salvation. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15 pm Wednesday Mass. (Original Date: 8-22-07)

November 1st, 2007

All Saints Day (2007). One day we will gather around the throne as part of the communion of the saints to praise the Lord–but we’re still on our way there! St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 1:15pm weekday Mass. (11-01-07)

November 1st, 2007

All Saints Day (2005). This is Father Dave’s archived homily from All Saints Day in 2005. Check out both this one and the newst 2007 version, and see which one you like more! St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15pm Mass. (11-01-05)

October 28th, 2007

30th Sunday of Ordinary Time (C). Ask not, “What have I done for God this week?” but rather “What Have I Let God Do To You This Week?” St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 6:00pm Sunday Mass. (10-28-07)

October 26th, 2007

Friday of the 29th Week in Ordinary Time. St. Paul the Apostle asks a question that we often ask ourselves: “Why did I do that?” St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15 Weekday Mass. (10-26-07)

October 21st, 2007

29th Sunday of Ordinary Time. Jesus tells us a story about the importance of praying with constant persistence without tiring. But when we do inevitably get tired, we should help support each other in this cause. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 6:00pm Sunday Mass. (10-21-07)

October 19th, 2007

Feast of North American Martyrs. One difference between us and God that’s revealed in today’s Gospel: we trample on one another, but none of us escape the notice of God. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15pm weekday Mass. (10-19-07)

October 12th, 2007

Friday of the 27th Week In Ordinary Time. A House Divided. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15 weekday Mass. (10-12-07)

October 11th, 2007

Thursday in the 27th Week of Ordinary Time. What’s In It For Me? St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, Thursday Mass. (10-11-07)

October 7th, 2007

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time. You can turn glowing embers into a blaze just by poking at the logs in a fireplace. It’s the same with your faith! St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 6:00pm Sunday Mass. (10-07-07)

October 5th, 2007

Friday of the 26th Week in OT. It’s WE not me. What we do (good and bad) affects the entire community of believers. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15pm Weekday Mass. (10-05-07)

September 30th, 2007

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time (C). When you board a train they say, “Mind the Gap!” Jesus tells a parable today that challenges us to pay more attention to those “on the other side of the gap” from us. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 6:00pm Sunday Mass. (9-30-07) …also happens to be Fr. Dave’s birthday!

September 27th, 2007

Thursday of the 25th Week in OT. If you’re like me, you procrastinate some things. In today’s reading God cautions against putting off things of the spiritual life. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15 weekday Mass. (9-27-07)

September 23rd, 2007

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time (C). It may seem like Jesus is commending someone who is dsihonest. But he’s actually just encouraging us to put our passion to work in the realm of our faith. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 9:00 am Sunday Mass. (9-23-07)

September 21st, 2007

Feast of Saint Matthew. It’s not always so easy to “Follow the Leader.” St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15 weekday Mass. (09-21-07)

September 16th, 2007

24th Sunday In Ordinary Time. The three parables in this Gospel passage all speak of people who celebrate when lost things are found. How do we seek out those who are lost from the chruch, and how well do we celebraet their return? St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, Sunday Mass. (9-16-07)

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