In the New York Tri-State, if there were a competition for which month deserves the title “most likely to remind you of the end times,” November would most certainly win. Visitors to our area shouldn’t be fooled by the gorgeous, warm, multicolored foliage. Any local will tell you that it’s just a matter of weeks
How is it possible that a Roman centurion and a Jewish fisherman could have something relevant to say about how to live life abundantly in the 21st century? That’s precisely what twenty-seven women were asking themselves when Father Eric Nielsen, LC, presented them with a reading from the Acts of the Apostles (10:1-48) at the
In the New York Tri-State, November began with a powerful Triduum. Of course, the entire Catholic Church celebrated the double punch of All Saints Day and All Souls Day which fills the first two days of November with a magnificent goal (heaven) and a bracing reality check (purgatory). Who doesn’t want to be among the
Carving out time to reflect and pray is an ongoing challenge. Managing the legitimate demands of work, school, and family takes effort while resisting distractions requires discipline and self-control. But how can one do it all? To address these common human challenges, Regnum Christi NY Tri-State is offering separate opportunities for men and women to
What does it take for a married couple to be able to have some authentic quality time together? Everyone knows it’s not easy to get a date on the calendar, let alone decide where to go and what to do, get a reservation, figure out where to park, and of course, budget for the expense.
Over the weekend of September 23-25, 2022, one hundred fifty Regnum Christi leaders from across the North American Territory came to Mundelein Seminary outside of Chicago to brainstorm how we can most fully live, lead, discern, and collaborate through the lens of our distinctive charism. Recognizing the ongoing urgency of our mission to evangelize and
As the long, peaceful days of summer transition to the cool, crisp days of fall, the NY Tri-State Regnum Christi family came together on Saturday, September 10th to kick off a new year of events, evangelization, and encountering Christ. There was no better place to do this than the Fathers’ House in Rye, New York.
Earthly paradise comes in many forms. For me, the Lone Star State defines my heaven on earth and so it is fitting that each winter my family and I make an annual pilgrimage from New York to Texas to find rest and refreshment. While already predisposed to being content in this mini-paradise, imagine my delight
Refreshed and rejuvenated: this is not a typical feeling for me on a Monday morning. Nevertheless, this was my experience after returning the night before from my annual Regnum Christi women’s Triduum at St. Lawrence Friary in Beacon, New York. For me, three days away on retreat is like being at Catholic Disneyland. All my