https://afireblog.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/fsr-st-vito-20-may-2018.mp3 Pentecost brings the ultimate revelation of God the Holy Spirit. He renews us and makes us a new creation. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.
Drizzly, rainy day today. Feels like Good Friday. Uptown, the NY Tri-State youth team has already set out on their cross walk from Columbus Circle. I know from past years they will be touching hundreds if not thousands of souls with their witness as they collect prayers for their crosses on the long walk to
If the last two nights were the story of a handful of missionaries panning for souls in a fast moving, at times overwhelming, secular river of souls, tonight was almost the polar opposite. Tonight, the entire Cheshire seminary arrived, in force. We sent them out in teams of four into the streets, throughout the parish
Happiness and joy can be a very subjective experience. I recall one of my brother priests sharing what a big impression visiting a dump in a poor town in Nicaragua had left on him. There was a six year old girl who, with a big smile and a sense of pride, was showing the visitors
Fr Michael Sliney, LC encourages to be available to the people God puts in your path.
What is the Holy Spirit and why do we need it? Listen to Fr Edward Hopkins, LC homily for Pentecost.
Pentecost is the birthday of the Church. The Holy Spirit makes the Church come alive. Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.
This Pentecost, remember the gift of divine providence — and the need to be open to it My breakfast in New York City that morning started a little later than usual, so I finished at 9:40 a.m. I made a quick left on 57th Street, a right onto Lexington Avenue — and as I was
Fr Stephen Dyas, LC reminds we too have the real thing, the authentic Holy Spirit within us!
Opening Prayer Come, Holy Spirit, and fill the hearts of your faithful! Come, Holy Spirit and “Refresh my heart in Christ” (Philem20). Like the apostles, I am awaiting your coming by devoting myself to prayer (cfr.Acts1:14). May these days dispose my heart to receive you, as the apostles received you in the Upper Room and