Christmas, Cycle A

Merry Christmas!! Our readings for Sunday are here.  These are some of the poems, my notes, and interpretations of Fr Dennis’ homilies from the Christmas Masses in 2017.  For about ten years prior to the pandemic, Fr Dennis Dillon SJ celebrated the Nativity Pageant Mass (you know … Charlie Brown and the Christmas pageant?).  🙂 Continue reading “Christmas, Cycle A”

Third Sunday of Advent, Cycle A

Our readings for Sunday are here.  These are the poems, my notes, and interpretations of Fr Dennis’ homily from the Mass of The poems Fr Dennis references this year are: In 2016, we reflected that — When birds break into song and begin their glorious dawn chorus, you might wonder: Why do they sing inContinue reading “Third Sunday of Advent, Cycle A”

Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle C

Apologies to readers for the clumsy indenting and formatting. A bunch of technical updates at once and user limitations of skill and patience! 🙂 Our readings for Sunday are here.  These are the poems, my notes, and interpretations of Fr Dennis’ homily from the Masses of • November 13, 2016 10AM• November 10, 2013 TheContinue reading “Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle C”

Thirty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle C

Our readings for Sunday are here.  These are the poems, my notes, and interpretations of Fr Dennis’ homilies from the Masses of _______ The poems Fr Dennis Dillon, SJ references this year are: We also remember that, in phrases of our time, Jericho was considered a “den of iniquity.” So, one abridged telling, as FrContinue reading “Thirty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle C”