Fr. Daniel Richards

About Fr. Daniel Richards

Fr. Daniel Richards is a priest of the Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is a 2013 graduate of Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland, and is currently assigned as parochial vicar at St. Francis Xavier Parish in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and chaplain at Gettysburg College.

Homilies for February 2016

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time—February 7, 2016 The Apostles: Guided by the Holy Spirit Purpose: In order to hear God’s call and respond, we cannot depend on human insight alone, but must allow ourselves to be guided by the Holy Spirit … [Read more...]

Who Am I to Judge?

We have all become quite familiar with those words of Pope Francis, quoted two years ago during an interview on his return flight from World Youth Day in Brazil: “Who am I to judge?”[1. … [Read more...]

The Role of Doctrine in Inspiring Believers to Moral Greatness

In order to demonstrate this essential coexistence of nature and grace in the life of the Church, and the life of the believer, it must be shown that doctrine is necessary for salvation, not superfluous, but essential to the Church’s … [Read more...]