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Sunday Readings

Aleteia’s Sunday homily: A God who finishes what he starts

We so often settle for (and even seek out) less than what Christ has in mind for us.

Aleteia’s Sunday homily: From scarlet to snow

We mark the first liturgy of the Church, the first precepts for worship

Aleteia’s Epiphany homily: The hard time they, and we, have of it

Saying the magi “rejoiced exceedingly with great joy” isn’t random poor grammar or superfluous text

Aleteia’s Sunday homily: When our families feel very far from the Holy Family

We may not be as much like the Holy Family as we wish, but they are exactly like us.

Aleteia’s Christmas Homily: On the greatest Christmas symbol

It is a once a symbol of shame and a sign of victory

Aleteia’s Sunday Homily: The silence of St. Joseph

His silence is not an empty thing ... not angry, not disconsolate or weary. Facing such a mystery, what could one say?

Aleteia’s Sunday Homily: The announcement of the announcer

God the Father’s providential plan for the sending of his only Son into the world includes the sending of John the Baptist.

Aleteia’s Sunday Homily: Advent is for reaching to the heights

Pier Giorgio Frassati and the whole Church are inviting us: Let us run forth to meet Christ!

How saints permanently change the world

This Sunday we can consider what discipleship looks like, and what we need to do in our own lives.

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