Jesus embraced the cross. Here’s a serious challenge: Can you say ‘thank you’ for your crosses? – Thanksgiving Sunday Homily
Homilies

Jesus embraced the cross. Here’s a serious challenge: Can you say ‘thank you’ for your crosses? – Thanksgiving Sunday Homily

The Ancient Curse of Leprosy Leprosy was the curse of the ancient world. If there was one thing that you did not want to catch it was leprosy. There was no cure and it was a vicious disease. Physically, one would slowly watch themselves deteriorate as the painful disease progressed. These people were rightly called … Continue reading

Prayer is better than Music and Friends, so say the Kids – Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Homilies / Prayer

Prayer is better than Music and Friends, so say the Kids – Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

The best part of Steubenville Youth Conference was … Adoration!?! This past Friday 34 teenagers came to the Church at 5:45am to leave for a Youth Conference in Steubenville, Ohio. It was a fantastic weekend. There was over 2000 youth and the days were packed full with amazing talks, lots of loud music – secular … Continue reading

The First Declaration of the Church must have been, “LET’S PLAY BALL!” – Sixth Sunday in Easter
Homilies

The First Declaration of the Church must have been, “LET’S PLAY BALL!” – Sixth Sunday in Easter

The Umpire, A Living Voice of Authority To play the game of baseball you don’t need much, just an open field, a bat, a ball and four bases. The rules are pretty simple: three strikes and you’re out. Growing up I always looked forward to summer holidays at my grandparents when my extended family would … Continue reading