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
I am so grateful for all of the people that made the Renewed healing retreat possible. The main topic of healing was covered in such a beautiful way that you couldn’t help but knock down your internal walls and open up to the graces that are readily available to us. The content of the retreat
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.
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time Homily by Fr. Eric Nielsen, LC, at Saint Patrick Church, Armonk, NY.
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Homily by Fr. Mark Haydu, LC, at Saint Paul Church, Greenwich, CT.
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
About 17 years ago, my son was an official member of the Brigade of Midshipmen at Annapolis, and I was officially an empty nester. My friends, in an attempt to keep me busy and sane(!), invited me to every Gala and Catholic event in the greater New York area. When one of them suggested a retreat,
Isabel Cotti considers herself incredibly blessed. She grew up in Caracas, Venezuela, where she attended the girls’ Regnum Christi school just one year after it opened. She was fortunate to continue learning there all the way through high school. Most of her family were members of Regnum Christi, and she grew up participating in ECYD;
26th Sunday in Ordinary Time Homily by Fr. Mark Haydu, LC, at Saint Paul Church, Greenwich, CT.
New York, Feast of Padre Pio. This morning the city awoke to a chill, clear autumn day; the storms of yesterday have passed. The promise of a glorious fall is in the air. And today’s first reading, from Ecclesiastes 3:1-11, seems right on cue. There is indeed a time for all things, and through all