Fr. Paul and myself both addressed the scandal facing our Church with the clergy sex abuse crisis. Here is my homily on the matter, incorporated with the readings for the 20th Sunday in ordinary time. As a part of my seminary education, I spent two months working as a Chaplin in a Hospital. One of … Continue reading Homily In Response to Grand Jury Report
My Homily for the first school mass of the Year. Enjoy!
Here is my homily from this past weekend. Note: the text bellow is only a guide for me I don't read my homily word for word when I preach, sometimes I will go well off script, but this gives you another way to take in what I preach. My family loves to entertain guests for … Continue reading Preparing to Receive the Eucharist
My Homily from this weekend! Because my extended family lives out of state, every year when I was a Child we would make a triangle trip. First, we would go to Ohio where my mom’s family lives 15 hours by car; then we would go to North Carolina where my Dad’s family lives, another 10 … Continue reading Seek God’s Blessings
A few weeks I talked to you about my own vocation story and what helped me decide to enter the seminary. For this week’s bulletin, I would like to take you a little bit deeper into my vocational journey and tell you why the sea of Galilee is a part of my discernment. This … Continue reading The Sea of Galilee and my Vocation Story
My Homily from this weekend! Enjoy! We are all familiarabout the way we practice our faith and the rituals we have, but I heard about a friend of mine who is close to someone of the Romanian Orthodox faith. As a part of their practice, the faithful would take turns making the bread for the … Continue reading Offering our Lives to God through the Eucharist
My Homily for the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time. I write it out word for word but only use it as a guide as I preach. This past January I went to the Holy Land and the first couple of days we spent in the northern part of Israel and stayed at a Hotel on … Continue reading The Hills of Galilee