Advent by Candlelight is an evening that brings women together to focus on the true meaning of this Blessed Advent Liturgical Season. Mary Smith, Consecrated Women of Regnum Christi offered this beautiful reflection at the December 15th Advent by Candlelight evening at the Church of St. Patrick in Armonk, NY. Lauren Hawkesworth, Consecrated Women of
On Saturday, December 4th, sixty-three Regnum Christi women and friends gathered at the Church of the Holy Spirit in Stamford for the first in-person Advent retreat in two years. It was so lovely to be reunited with old friends and new ones. Fr. Eric presented two beautiful reflections with prayer time and the opportunity for
As we begin the new liturgical year Fr. Eric Nielsen, LC, offers a mini reflection to help us grow stronger in our relationship with Christ this Advent.
Linus did Charlie Brown a great favor when he told him the true meaning of Christmas. During Advent, the Prophet Isaiah is doing that for us. Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.
St John the Baptist is our Advent guide. Our wait for Christmas can be very fruitful if we heed his advice. Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish in Mamaroneck, New York.
Fr Stephen Dyas, LC encourages us for Advent to work to receive Christ in our hearts.
Advent Mission 2016 Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral, SoHo. Cold, blustery night in SoHo. Market making new highs. Pedestrians in a hurry to escape the cold, finish their Christmas shopping, or to get to dinner. And everywhere they walked in the neighborhood, they found missionaries. We had nearly 40 young Legionary seminarians surrounding the parish perimeter,
Dear Advent Mission Members and Supporters, In 10 short days, we will be engaged in another great mission for Christ, just a few days before Christmas. Let’s make this mission our collective Christmas present to Him! It has been a very volatile year, not just in the economy and the markets but in our
Fr Stephen Dyas, LC encourages us to use these four weeks to prepare our hearts for Jesus’ coming with prayer and penance.
Fr Steven Reilly’s homily for the first Sunday of Advent: Waiting can be a frustrating experience but waiting for the Redeemer is a whole different category.