In his homily for 5th Sunday of Easter, Year B, Father Hanly shows us that Jesus himself reveals the great mystery: if indeed we are in need of God, God also is in need of us.
In his homily for 4th Sunday of Easter, Year B, for Good Shepherd Sunday, Father Hanly says God Himself will be the Shepherd of our flock and we are members of that flock and everybody in this world has a right to call themselves one with the flock of God.
In his homily for 3rd Sunday of Easter, Year B, Father Hanly tells us the only thing that we must do is forgive each other — which is the hardest thing in the world.
In his homily for 2nd Sunday of Easter, Year B, Father Hanly shows us life is worth living, with all its difficulties, with all its pain, because Jesus is there and what he gives us is peace.
In his homily for Easter Sunday, Year B, Father Hanly tries to help us understand that every person that you meet is a child of God, an heir of heaven and valuable beyond your understanding.
In his homily for The Resurrection of the Lord, at the Easter Vigil in the Holy Night of Easter, Year B, Father Hanly shows us how God does not separate us into good guys and bad guys, but reaches down to each and every one of us, to heal us and save us.
In his homily for Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion, Year B, Father Hanly wants us to understand Jesus’ great gift to us and how God is saying, “You are worthy of my Son’s sacrifice, my Son’s death.”
Why did Jesus wash his disciples’ feet? In his homily for the Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Year B, Father Hanly shows us how, by kneeling to wash the feet of his disciples, Jesus is saying, “I want you to know how important you are, how good you are, how you gleam with the wonder of God who creates you and loves you and cares for you and sends His only Son to kneel before you and tell you, no matter what you feel, no matter what others feel, you are a child of God, an heir of heaven, a beautiful person.”
Father Hanly’s homily for Palm Sunday, Year B, is short but beautiful.
Father Hanly’s homily for 5th Sunday of Lent, Year B, is on self-sacrificing love.