Monthly Archives: March 2013

Homily for the Mass for the first anniversary of the tragedy of Cromagnon

  The Gospel speaks for itself. Family: Dad, Mom, a child brought to the temple to present it to God, and to submit it to life, as if the two were saying, “I will bring this child to present life.”

Posted in 2005

Archbishop’s homily at Midnight Mass

He was born at night, it was announced at night “shepherds keeping watch over their flock” (Luke 2: 8), encolumn├│ with “the people who walked in darkness …” with “the inhabitants of the country of darkness “(Isaiah 9: 1). It

Posted in 2005

31st Youth Pilgrimage to Lujan

Charter for Children A priests, consecrated, consecrated and faithful of the Archdiocese Dear brothers and sisters: The XXXI youth pilgrimage to the Shrine of Luj├ín has the theme “Mother, help us to care for life.” We ask our Mother this

Posted in 2005

Archbishop’s homily on the feast of San Cayetano

Archbishop’s homily on the feast of San Cayetano The scene of Jesus, Master, washing the feet of his disciples, is one of those scenes from the Gospel that one never tires of looking at and remember. The washing of feet

Posted in 2005

Archbishop’s homily on the Solemnity of Corpus Christi

Archbishop’s homily on the Solemnity of Corpus Christi Dear brothers and sisters: 1 – In the readings of this feast, there are two phrases that I share with you. One is in San Pablo, and talks about union, union among

Posted in 2005

Mass for Education

Mass for Education Dear Educators: Again, the party central of all Christians is a time to get down to reflect on the work that brings us together. We try to take the pulse of the times we live in, and

Posted in 2005

Memorial Mass of John Paul II

April 4, 2005 The Virgin Mary has its roots in the long line of history, of men and women that God told him yes and later in life took that attitude obediential. A row of men and women who began

Posted in 2005
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