Tag: Saints

The Assumption, St. Maximilian, hope

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”

The calm in the storm

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”

Month of the Sacred Heart and Saint Josemaria!

The Month of June is traditionally devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. One good custom you could begin is to pray the Litany of the Sacred Heart every first Friday of the month. It’s a month packed with great feast days: Saint Justin… Continue Reading “Month of the Sacred Heart and Saint Josemaria!”

All Saints

The celebration of All Saints is an ancient joint feast commemorating the martyrs, especially the men and women who were executed for the faith by the Roman Emperor.

Jesus the Great High Priest

I preached this homily on the 29th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year B. There is a legend that Saint John Neumann and Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos were traveling through Latrobe. Due to the Anti-Catholicism of the time they could not find a place to… Continue Reading “Jesus the Great High Priest”

Scandal, Sanctity, Saint Therese

[There is a lot to post about these days with some great feast days approaching!] I recently looked up the weight of a mill stone, because our Lord tells us “Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it… Continue Reading “Scandal, Sanctity, Saint Therese”

Saint John Vianney: The Curé d’Ars

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.