https://afireblog.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/fsr-st-patrick-yorktown-27-may-2018.mp3 On the solemnity of the Holy Trinity, we contemplate the mystery of God’s deepest revelation. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St Patrick, Yorktown Heights, New York.
SIGN UP TO BE A NYC HOLY WEEK MISSIONARY | MORE INFO NYC Holy Week Missions, Day 2 “I feel like I’m home” St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, SoHo, March 27, 2018. Cold, damp night in SoHo. The Lumen men are here in force, manning Prince and Mott. Back of the church covered. Holy priests ready
Have you ever really desired a good retreat only to find yourself that the speaker was lousy? I remember a specific time, at the beginning of my novitiate, when I felt that I needed a good retreat. Spiritually speaking, I was depleted and needed a good spiritual boost. However, when I saw who the speaker
Fr Michael Sliney, LC encourages us to keep praying and trust God is listening.
Unless we see we do not believe! We tend to believe in experience, especially when it is our own experience. This is especially true with regards to our call to holiness as it is the most radical commitment of our lives. In other words, we get discouraged when we do not experience progress and when
Fr Michael Sliney, LC reminds us how much God loves us to go to him as a Father and ask for His help. He is always there for us, every time.
Star Wars celebrated its 40th anniversary. A great movie, but reality is a lot more powerful. God is Love, not just a “force.” Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.
Catholic priests are able to see the mercy of God in the final hours — and the effectiveness of His grace “I have tried to live my life with dignity, and I think that I have done a good job, Fr. Michael,” a very ill man once said to me. “Now, I am going to
Fr Michael Sliney, LC asks us, how central is Jesus Christ in our life?
Fr Michael Sliney, LC reminds us of the importance of having a quiet time with God.