The dogma of Faith that is the Assumption of Mary should be a powerful reminder that in our lives there is a certain hierarchy of values in our lives. The Blessed Virgin Mary was taken body and soul into Heaven. We must pursue truth… Continue Reading “The Assumption, St. Maximilian, hope”
Homily for the 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time. I am sorry that it has been a long time since I have posted! I have been keeping fairly busy, but in getting back to posting hopefully this will give me a good impetus to better… Continue Reading “The calm in the storm”
Why should Catholics love the Blessed Mother? Here are some good reasons and ways to live this devotion!
In 1908 Pope Saint Pius X penned an exhortation to priests, called Haerent Animo. It should be required reading of any Pope, Cardinal, Bishop, Priest.If you are a priest, go read this letter. If you are not, either email the link to your priest… Continue Reading “Pope Saint Pius X to Priests”
Today on the Novus Ordo Calendar the Church celebrated the Memorial of Saint John Vianney, the Cure D’ Ars (1962 Calendar is August 8). This is a remarkable Saint, a zealous priest, and the Patron Saint of priests.
I apologize for this delay! I preached this on the 10th Sunday of Ordinary Time. From the very beginning when God created man and woman, he desired there to be harmony: harmony and peace between God and his people, harmony and peace between the… Continue Reading “Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time”
Homily for the Sixth Sunday of Easter. Readings for the Sunday can be found here. Sometimes we may get the thought that God loves us because we are good or because we do certain things. Rather, the Holy Spirit through the words we hear… Continue Reading “Pray the Rosary!”