Homily Notes

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There were a couple of students who asked me if they could have copies of my homily last night. Well, all I had was a small piece of paper with a bunch of notes and an outhline crowded on to it. I promised I would type up the notes and make them available.

A written text is never the same as the public proclamation. Words on a page generally do not have the same power as hearing the spoken word. This is just a bare outline. On my notes they were just titles and words. Here I put them into complete sentences.

Also I included a few background notes from the writings of St. Gaspar

The homily Notes can be found here. You will need a free acrobat reader.

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Ah, I am blessed because I can hear your voice from the notes. As to the chanting, that part I can only imagine from knowing other chants I have heard you sing. I don't know that I have ever heard this one from you or anyone but I certainly look forward to it. Any chance we will get to hear it next year?

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