Homilies haven’t been going up on the blog much because, well, here’s the deal: I don’t prepare for the homilies, neither weekday nor Sunday. I glance at the Gospel hardly breaking my pace while walking to the back of the church to hear confessions. A few seconds. That’s it. No time to mull things over. Launching into the homily, it is what it is. And then, after, I absolutely can’t remember a thing I said. That’s pretty bad. So, I’m afraid to put them up. It’s so easy to get in trouble when anyone anywhere in the world can get upset with what is said. Anyway, I had made a mental note after today’s homily that maybe I really should put this up. I’ve done that a lot, but today I’m somehow overcoming my phobia. It is what it is. It’s typical of all my homilies. It goes right into the danger zone. Pretty militant.