Mission in the Cloud. Whew! What a grace for all of us who participated in this early Holy Week mission. Last night, many of us went to bed thanking the Lord again for letting us be part of his team, his mission. We all were transformed further along in our missionary journey, some deeply, others gently, but everyone
Mission in the Cloud. Wow! What a night. Our band of missionaries grew last night, in both registrations, but importantly, in each other. Sensing that, we left almost 20 minutes for interactive Q&A and even that wasn’t enough. Great questions and rich responses from our missionary panel. The Holy Spirit really seemed to be with
Mission in the Cloud. What a night last night! Well over 120 of you in attendance, many with friends or spouses you’d invited. Thank you for being a part of Day 1. In one short hour, we covered a lot of ground on the topic of fear. It started out pretty dark, until Fr. Shawn
Hello Missionaries! I’ve been away too long, distracted with markets and my “day job”! Call it a self-imposed “social distancing”. Well, it’s time to end that. It’s time to get back into the fight. And even if conditions continue to prevent us from hitting the streets, it’s time to get back into the streets of the internet to evangelize. Which brings
St. Peter gets an unforgettable lesson from Jesus. It’s something we need to learn as well. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamroneck, New York.
The story of the Canaanite woman reminds us that prayer doesn’t mean immediate results. It is about a relationship with the Lord that grows in trust. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.
St. Peter shows us great spiritual instincts when he jumps out of the boat to go to Jesus. Like him, may we also know how to say, Lord save me, when we are sinking. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily, given at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.
Gospel story today shows us Jesus meeting the people’s most fundamental needs for healing and food. We need both too, and he gives them to us in the Eucharist. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.
Many old fables have the line, “make a wish” or “I will grant you three wishes.” Often those go wrong. In the first reading, Solomon gets it right when he asks for wisdom. And the gospel, that wisdom seeks true treasure. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.