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
SIGN UP for NYC Holy Week Missions | More info “Take these out of here, and stop making my Father’s house a marketplace.” John 2: 16 Dear Missionaries in Christ, Incredibly, Holy Week is just three short weeks ahead! Let’s use the next three weeks to prepare our souls to be the very best missionaries
Why are churches full on Ash Wednesday? Fr Jason Smith’s Ash Wednesday homily at the Basilica of Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral.
During the 40 days of sacrifice, purification and charity, be sure to invite the Holy Spirit to help you through this time When I was growing up, our high school soccer coach wanted to make absolutely sure we were ready for the regular season. We were all a little concerned when he emerged from his
Fr Michael Sliney, LC encourages us to ask, ” What are you doing to get close to Christ during Lent?”
Fasting is hard. Here are four reasons why we should do it. Fr Jason Smith’s homily at the Basilica of Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral.
Temptations will come our way. But let’s handle them the way Jesus did. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.
Fr. Eduardo’s Lenten Letter Ash Wednesday To members of Regnum Christi Dearest friends in Christ, Today we begin with the whole Church the journey of Lent. It is a particularly suitable moment for personal conversion to the Gospel, expressed especially through the practice of prayer, fasting and almsgiving. As is traditional in Regnum Christi, I
Our High School soccer coach, “Senor”, wanted to make absolutely sure that we were ready for the regular season. For the first week of practice, we never saw a soccer ball…we ran, sprinted, stretched and ran some more. The second week was focused on fundamentals; dribbling, passing, penalty kicks and some attack strategies. Finally,
Jesus doesn’t want to cut down the fruitless fig tree. But will we let him do what it takes? Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito’s-Holy Trinity, Marmaroneck, NY.