Doctrinal Homily Outlines is now in its sixth year, completing its second run through the three-year liturgical readings cycle.

It now has 802 subscribers from all around the world.

Its Facebook platform has 633 likes.

I’d very much like to hear from you. Please leave a comment on the DHO website on this posting. Please let us know who you are, where you live, and how you use this free service.

God bless and Happy Easter!
Kevin Aldrich

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  1. Fr. Tom says:

    Fr. Tom in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. I use this to help inform my preaching on a week to week basis.

  2. Kevin says:

    Diocese of LaCrosse, Wisconsin. I am using this website to aid in my formation for the permanent diaconate.

  3. Bishop Jose Mukala says:

    I am Bishop Jose Mukala, Bishop Emeritus of Kohima – India. I use this site for my homilies and I share the same with number of Priests to help them in their preparation of Homilies.

  4. Fr. John F. X. Palatucci says:

    I am throughly enjoying this website. Although admittedly I don’t use its ideas to help develop my Sunday homilies every week, the insights and reflections are excellent all the same and help me deepen my love for scripture and it’s connection to the liturgy and the teachings of our magnificent faith. Thank you for your good, hard work in developing this website.

  5. Kathleen Miller says:

    I lead a lectionary-based bible study every Friday at my parish in Arlington Heights, Illinois. This is one of the resources I read every week.

  6. David Ross says:

    I love your Doctrinal Homily Outlines. I read them to foster my faith, hope, and love. Thanks and God bless.

  7. Monica Calis says:

    Greetings from St Pat’s in Auckland NZ.
    I enjoy getting you weekly readings and reflections and I use it to prepare and reflect for the coming Sunday.

  8. Fr Joseph Kumah says:

    I am Fr Joseph Kumah from the Diocese of Lafia, Nigeria. I used the DHO for my personal reflection on the word and sometimes draw from it to form my Homilies.

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