Daniel Harris--a Vincentian of the Congregation of the Mission Western Province--taught preaching for the forty-two years of his priestly ministry at seminaries in Illinois, Missouri, Colorado, and California. Nearly every Sunday, Dan also preached in nearby parishes--and he preached amazingly. With a transparent love for the Eucharist and a keen sense of the biblical texts for each liturgical season, Dan nourished fortunate congregations with wit and insight into the Christian life as we live it today in our families and neighborhoods. Dan inspired seminary students and congregational listeners to understand, celebrate, and live their Christian lives with apostolic devotion. A Year of Vincentian Preaching collects thirty-nine homilies preached by Dan in St. Louis according to the seasons of the liturgical year. These homilies are beautifully crafted and worthy of reflective reading and prayer by listeners and preachers. A Year of Vincentian Preaching remembers a remarkable preacher and teacher of preachers to his listeners, students, confreres, and colleagues. It also offers a corpus of high-quality homilies for study by new and seasoned preachers seeking to hone their craft in biblical preaching and preaching the just word.