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DO WHAT’S EXPECTED

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1-MIN GOSPEL HOMILIES

THE WORD NEVER LEFT

This 1-Minute Homily is based on John 1:1-18 for Christmas Day 2020.

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SIMBANG GABI 2020 ONE-MINUTE HOMILIES

This year Pins of Light is offering a series of one-minute reflection videos during Simbang Gabi 2020.

“Simbang Gabi”–literally, “Night Mass”–is also called “Misa de Gallo,” which means “Rooster’s Mass” because these Masses nine days before Christmas are traditionally held at dawn.

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HOMILIES

TEMPTING THE BAPTIST

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This reflection is based on John 1:6-8, 19-28.

This event in the life of John the Baptist sounds like it’s more than a simple press conference. Here we have him interviewed successively by priests and Levites, as well as Pharisees. All of them interrogate him about who he is: “Are you the Christ? Are you Elijah? Are you the Prophet?”

The Baptist takes this opportunity to clarify who he is and who he is not, correcting the misconceptions about him. He is not the Christ–nor is he Elijah, nor the Prophet. He is but “the voice crying out in the desert,” to prepare the way for the Christ.

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HOMILIES

WHAT THE MESSENGER DIDN’T KNOW

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This homily is based on Mark 1:1-8.

First to appear on the Advent stage is the familiar but disturbing figure of John the Baptist, the so-called “forerunner and messenger of the Lord.”

We’ve met this guy before: We’ve read about the announcement of his birth before his cousin’s. Yes, that other Annunciation where things didn’t exactly go well: His father Zechariah understandably thought himself and his wife way beyond the age limit for biological parenthood, the angel uncharacteristically lost his cool, and poor Zechariah consequently went speechless for virtually nine months. His prophet son, of course, eventually more than made up for that long silence.

The guy couldn’t wait to play prophet. When Mary, pregnant with Jesus, visited the equally pregnant Elizabeth, the still-unnamed future Baptist leapt in his mother’s womb and even then, even without words, already proclaimed the coming of “him who is to come.”