Busted Halo
audio
Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP.
Father Dave's Homilies
Looking for an encouraging word of faith? Can’t get enough of Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP, on The Busted Halo® Show on Sirius XM radio? Listen to Fr. Dave’s entertaining, inspiring, and challenging homilies from weekday and Sunday masses.


   Subscribe to Podcast (RSS) 
 
facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmailfacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail
June 3rd, 2007

Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. Father, Son and Holy Spirit… One God in three persons. It’s what we refer to in the Church as a mystery. We not supposed to understand it–but maybe a popular movie triology can get us just a little closer to appreciating the Trinity. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City, 6:00 pm Sunday Mass. (6-3-07)

May 6th, 2007

5th Sunday of Easter (C). Some days it’s hard to have hope. And most days it’s difficult at best to understand the Book of Revelation in the Bible. In this homily, we see how Revelation actually gives us hope. St. Barnabas Church, Bronx, NY, 11:30 am Mass. 5-6-07.

April 29th, 2007

4th Sunday of Easter (C). What’s the deal with all the references to sheep in the gospels? One quality they have that most of us don’t: they don’t mind being led around. Will you let God lead you? St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W.49th St. & Broadway, New York City, Sunday, 6pm Mass. 4-29-07.

April 26th, 2007

Thursday, 3rd Week of Easter (C). Some people say they don’t need anyone to mediate their faith: it’s between them and God. Really?

April 22nd, 2007

Third Sunday of Easter (C). Rachel Joy Scott, the first high school student to be killed at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999, issued a challenge to her classmates about living with trust and compassion. We are issued this same challenge by Jesus to live as an Easter people, even in the midst of tragedy in the world that surrounds us. St. Malachy’s Church- The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City, 6:00 pm Sunday Mass. (4-22-07)

April 19th, 2007

Thursday of the Second Week of Easter. “God does not ration the gift of HIs Spirit,” says the Scripture today. It’s like having a bottomless cup of coffee — of the Holy Spirit! St. Malachy’s Church- The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City, 12:15 pm weekday Mass. (4-19-07)

April 13th, 2007

Friday of the Octave of Easter. In his many resurrection appearances to his disciples, Jesus tries hard to show that he is really present to them–this time he shows us at their place of work. He is present in your workplace too. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Braodway, New York City, 12:15 pm weekday Mass. (4-13-07)

April 12th, 2007

Thursday of the Octave of Easter. This week we are treated to the powerful resurrection appearances of Jesus where his goal is to prove to his disciples that he’s not a ghost or a spirit, but “the real thing.” Jesus is really, truly present to us even today in the Eucharist. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Braodway, New York City, 12:15 pm weekday Mass. (4-12-07)

April 8th, 2007

Easter Sunday 2007. We hear of the empty tomb of Jesus. When there is emptyness in your life, do you see tragedy or a miracle? St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th & Broadway, New York City, 12:30 pm Easter Sunday Mass. (4/8/07)

April 5th, 2007

Holy Thursday, Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper. Jesus, at the Last Supper, gave us two very important things to do. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th Street & Broadway, New York City. (4/5/07)

March 27th, 2007

Wednesday of the Fifth Week of Lent. Who’s that in the midst of the Firey Flames along with us when we feel we’re thrown into the furnace of life? You got it: it’s the Son of God! St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City. 12:15 weekday Mass. (3-27-07)

March 23rd, 2007

We usually don’t think of ourselves as “wicked,” by the Wisdom reading today points out that we do indeed get blinded by our sin. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City. (3-23-07)

March 15th, 2007

Thursday of the Third Week of Lent. It seems we can’t say “God” anymore outside of church… what’s up with that? St. Malachy’s Church-The Actors’ Chapel, Broadway and W. 49th St., New York City. 12:15 weekday day Mass (3-15-07).

March 14th, 2007

Wednesday of the Third Week of Lent. Evangelization is not new. Even Moses was trying to get the Israelites to live their faith so that other people would take notice. St. Malachy’s Church-The Actors’ Chapel, Broadway and W. 49th St., New York City. 12:15 weekday day Mass (3-14-07).

March 11th, 2007

3rd Sunday of Lent (C). I have to give props for the title and metaphor used within the homily to Fr. Tom Murray from St. Agnes Church, Greenport, Long Island, NY. Preached at St. Malachy’s Church-The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City, 6:00 pm Sunday Mass (3-11-07).

March 9th, 2007

Thursday of the Second Week of Lent. I thought this homily was so bad I wasn’t even going to post it, but then someone came to me the next day and told me how they’d been thinking about it and how it had convicted them of their own judgemental nature. So, here it is–for what it’s worth. Preached at St. Malachy’s Church, W. 49th St., New York City, 12:15 pm weekday Mass (3-08-07).

February 25th, 2007

1st Sunday of Lent (C). Preached at St. Lawrence Parish, Essex Junction, VT, at the start of a combined parish mission coordinated by The Edmundite Campus Ministry at St. Michael’s College, Burlington, VT. (2-25-07)

February 22nd, 2007

Feast of the Chair of Peter (Thursday after Ash Wednesday), St. Malachy’s Church, W. 49th St., New York City, 12:15 pm weekday Mass. (2-22-07)

February 18th, 2007

7th Sunday in Ordinary Time (C). St. Barnabas Church, Bronx, NY, 11:00 am Mass. (2-18-07)

January 7th, 2007

Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord. TomKat and Baby Suri teach us about Epiphany?! St. Malachy’s Church, W. 49th St., New York City, 6:00 pm Sunday Mass. (1-07-07)

powered by the Paulists