Homily for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time 26 July 2020 Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus Joliet, Illinois Two Common questions: From those on the outside: “What do you still see in the Church?” From
Homily from the 5pm Mass at the Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus in Joliet Readings available here: http://usccb.org/bible/readings/071920.cfm
Here is the full audio from my keynote at the 2020 Edith Stein Project Conference on 7 February at the University of Notre Dame, entitled “Authenticity, Communion, and the Defeat of Nihilism in the Digital
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the feast day of our destiny. Yes, we honor Mary on this day…but why? She isn’t God, she’s not divine. But her perfect fidelity to the plan
Readings for 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time In the book Beate Not the Poore Desk, Walter Wangerin describes “art” as a verb, something that happens. The two halves of art are the artists action and our
Homily for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time 28 October 2018 Sacred Heart Parish — “The world is unhinged. As many people see it […] we are wandering aimlessly and confused, arguing for this and
Conversation for the 28th Week in Ordinary Time, readings available here. If your parish closed tomorrow, would anybody notice? If all your buildings burned down, would the parish die? What of those whose entire life
Father Ryan and Father Connor in conversation based on the readings for Sunday, October 7th, 2018, available here. BTW – Fr. Ryan’s favorite donut shop. And yes, he got TSA pre-check approved.
Conversation with Fr. Ryan and Fr. Connor on life and the readings for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time (30 Sept 2018), available here.