Hi everyone, and a very blessed Divine Mercy Sunday to you all. I hope that the Easter Octave was fruitful and joyful. Here’s my homily from Divine Mercy Sunday at the Cathedral: (if you’re seeing
Hi everyone! Happy Easter! He is risen, Alleluia!! Jesus our Hope is risen from the dead! Alleluia! This week, I’m sharing my homilies from Holy Thursday and Easter Sunday from the Cathedral of Saint Raymond
Here’s my homily from Palm Sunday at the Cathedral: Please know of my prayers for a very fruitful Holy Week!
Is life on earth really just a drudgery, like Job says? One darn thing after another? How did Jesus handle interruptions to his life? I also preached on this a couple of years ago,
Homily for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus – Joliet, Illinois 31 January 2021 — Watch it here: Let’s talk about the prophets! When we hear the familiar words as
Listen to this week’s homily, focusing on the role of the Bible in the life of the Church and for some tips on how to read it! “Through his revelation, therefore, the invisible God out
I mention the book “The Prophets” by Abraham Heschel…do yourself a favor: https://www.amazon.com/Prophets-Perennial-Classics-Abraham-Heschel/dp/0060936991 This Sunday, I draw a parallel between the prophet Samuel and John the Baptist. Both are born miraculously from supposedly barren mothers…Samuel
Homily for the Feast of the Holy Family 27 December 2020 Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus, Joliet Did St. Joseph get a real sour deal in this whole thing? Can you imagine being married