Tag: Epiphany

“Go And Search Diligently For The Child”

For the past week, I have been in the Palisades, south of Seattle, Washington, giving a retreat to a group of bishops.  We just wrapped up with the celebration of Mass for the Solemnity of Epiphany.  It has been a lot of work, but as is the case with God, there is always a grace and reward to those willing to make a gift of themselves for others. Below is the homily for the ocassion:   One of the graces of this week – and there have been many – has been the ability to […]

Homily for Epiphany

    This past week I was on retreat with the region bishops in Tucson, Arizona.  One of the secondary blessings was the visibility and beauty of the stars.  Is there anyone who does not enjoy gazing upon the stars?  Even if only for a brief moment, the stars tend to stir one’s heart, and fill us with a sense of wonder and hope.  Surely part of the reason for this strange phenomenon is that the stars naturally and powerfully lead us out of our self to something well beyond us.  Hidden in this mysterious […]

By Daniele Zedda • 18 February


By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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