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September 14th, 2007

Feast of The Triumph (or Exultation) of the Cross. Next time you see John 3:16 at a baseball game, you’ll know it’s the condensed version of the gospel. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, Friday Mass. (09-14-07)

September 13th, 2007

Thursday of the 23rd Week in OT. We most often think to define the word “faith” as our set of beliefs or creed. Maybe we even personalize a bit more and think that “my” faith is equivalent to my relationship with God. What what about looking at faith as an action? St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15 weekday Mass. (9-13-07)

September 9th, 2007

23rd Sunday In Ordinary Time. Jesus is not threatening the people, but instead reminding them to truly make God a top priority in their lives. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, Sunday Mass. (9-09-07)

September 7th, 2007

Friday of 22nd Week In Ordinary Time. Some might say Catholics are supposed to be somber or “serious.” The Jewish leaders of Jesus’ time wondered why his disciples didn’t fast as much as other religious people. Our Lord’s response to them are good words for us: we are a party people! St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15 weekday Mass. (9-07-07)

September 6th, 2007

Thursday of the 22nd Week Ordinary TIme. Jesus tells the disciples to take a risk by putting out into deep water. How will you take a risk in your faith this week? St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15 weekday Mass. (9-06-07)

August 19th, 2007

20th Sunday Ordinary Time (C). The prophet Jeremiah gets plopped into well up to his neck in mud. Does your spiritual life sometimes feel like it’s stuck in the mud? As Christians, we run a race with our eyes fixed on Jesus. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 11:00 am Sunday Mass. (8-19-07)

August 15th, 2007

Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Mary’s Assumption gives us hope that death will one day finally be conqured and our eternal souls will be reunited with our bodies. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 1:15 pm feast day Mass. (8-15-07)

August 12th, 2007

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time. We profess our faith as Catholics with the Creed at Mass. But our faith is much more than those words we say. Our faith is a journey, a “faith walk,” where we must trust the One guiding us. St. Barnabas Church, Bronx, New York, 10:15 am Sunday Mass (8-12-07)

August 2nd, 2007

Thursday of the 17th Week Ordinary TIme. In the Old Testament “The Ark of the Covenant” is the dwelling place of God. Jesus promised that the Holy Spriit lives in each of us. That makes US the dwelling places of God. Be good to yourself! St. Malachy’s Church – The Actorsâ Chapel, W. 49th St. and Broadway, New York City, 12:15 weekday Mass. (8-02-07)

July 31st, 2007

Tuesday of the Seventeenth Week of OT. It’s the feast St. Ignatius Loyola… but what’s with these letters “A.M.D.G.” all over everything Jesuit? Hmmm…. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City, 12:15 pm weekday Mass. (7-31-07)

July 29th, 2007

Seventeenth Sunday of OT. Jesus in the Gospel teaches his disciples the Lord’s Prayer, and Abraham ‘bargains’ with God. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City, 6:00 pm Sunday Mass. (7-29-07)

June 24th, 2007

Solemnity of St. John the Baptist. John was God’s “secret weapon” to prepare people for the coming of the Lord. Similarly, we should pave the way for those we know and meet to receive the Lord. And to do this we need to follow John’s advice: we must “decrease” so that Christ can increase. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City, 6:00 pm Sunday Mass. (6-24-07)

June 17th, 2007

11th Sunday in Ordinary Time (C). Jesus uses the example of sinful woman washing his feet to demonstrate the concept that those who experience forgiveness of a larger sin are in turn able to love more deeply. St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City, 9:00 am Sunday Mass. (6-17-07)

June 10th, 2007

10th Sunday in Ordinary Time. The gospel story of the miracle of the loaves and fishes is so common, how do we get something new out it? What if you were THERE? Sit down on the grass, get comfy, meet some new people… and eat! St. Malachy’s Church – The Actors’ Chapel, W. 49th St. & Broadway, New York City, 9:00 am Sunday Mass. (6-10-07)

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)

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