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  • Deacon Dan Wright serves the Diocese of Austin, Texas. His work outside the parish is as a special education teacher serving students with significant cognitive disabilities.

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  • Family activities, spirituality, liturgy, Christian apologetics, social justice topics, special education issues, and promoting the peace and unity of the human family.
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August 13, 2007

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Gabrielle

I think this is a very powerful message for the wedding couple, and would also be very good for marriage encouter retreats, etc. If more couples truly understood sacramental marriage as being a "channel of grace", I think it would give them so much more fortitude and determination to get through the difficult times.

C.O.

Yes.. but, what difficult times?
;-)

Dcn. Marion Jurewicz

Hello Dcn. Dan;

I came across you web site and found it very informative. It gave me some good ideas for a homily I'm doing on 7-31-2010. May God continue to put your words for all to see,

Dcn.Marion Jurewicz Archdiocese of detroit

John McGarry

Deacon Dan,

Thank you for this homily .It has helped me in thinking and praying about a wedding homily with readings from St Paul to the Colossians and from St John's Gospel re Remaining in the Love of Christ.

I am in my final year of studies for the Diaconate and hopefully will be ordained later this year. Writing Homilies is a huge learning curve!

Many Thanks

and God Bless

John

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