Homily for the 2nd Sunday of Lent Divorced and Widowed Conference Blanchette Catholic Center – Crest Hill, IL — The birth of glory is received in grief, and the worst kind of grief comes after
Homily promoting the Lenten Parish Mission, “Facing Mercy”, at Notre Dame Parish in Clarendon Hills, IL.
This school needs a little Lent, I think. Take a listen:
Edith Stein Project Closing Banquet Address 16 February 2019 University of Notre Dame — I am grateful to IDND and everyone involved with the Edith Stein Project and this conference for the invitation to address
Homily for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time 10 February 2019 Cathedral of St. Raymond and Sacred Heart — Around Thanksgiving, I was sitting in my room in the rectory when I heard a loud
Homily for the Baptism of the Lord 13 January 2019 Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus — Heaven was opened, and the Holy Spirit descended in bodily form like a dove. And a voice came from
“Search diligently for the child.” Sometimes I wish I lived in the time of Jesus’ birth. Now, for better or worse, there is a certain baggage that comes along with the name of Jesus that
I’ve been watching (binging) a show on Amazon Prime called “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” It’s about a Jewish woman on the upper East Side of Manhattan in the 1950’s whose husband leaves her and she
Homily for the 1st Sunday of Advent 2 December 2018 Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus — I’ve turned out the lights. Close your eyes. Open them slowly, and let yourself be here, in this darkness.