Happy Easter! He is risen, as he said!! You can watch my homily from Naperville here, or listen to the audio below. I have no idea why the thumbnail is Jeff Cavins…
So let us spread before his feet, not garments or soulless olive branches, which delight the eye for a few hours and then wither, but ourselves, clothed in his grace, or rather, clothed completely in
St. Claude la Colombiere: 1641- 1682; feast day is Feb 15. Connections: Jean-Claude; Feb 15; 1992; Arrival in Paray on December 27 On Becoming Holy I do not give up hope, however, of arriving at
I preached this Sunday at St. Anne’s in Oswego, and it’s always a joy to be back there. It’s also Word of God Sunday, so I preached on the essential messages of the Scriptures we
Please enjoy this homily, given this morning at the Pontifical Irish College in Rome by my great friend, Fr. Jim Olofson. You can find the readings here.
Merry Christmas, everyone! Here’s my homily from the 5pm Christmas Eve Mass at Ss. Peter and Paul in Naperville.
Brick and River by Brennan Robinson There was a brick on the bridgeâ€™s bottom, Who had wearied of what elders taught him In song theyâ€™d sing about being a brick, The joy with brother to
Here we are at the beginning of the new Church year andâ€¦â€¦..weâ€™re talking about the end? Again. But we canâ€™t be fooled into thinking that the end, the fulfillment of life in the new kingdom,
There’s a lot of whiplash in the priesthood. The time surrounding my ordination to the priesthood in May 2018 was so joyful. We were ordained in late May and didn’t start in our parishes until