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
The story of wedding feast of Cana, the site of Jesus’ first miracle, has an important message for us about the Blessed Mother. She can help us out of life’s messes. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.
Mother’s Day is a beautiful time to honor our mothers. Their birthdays and anniversaries are really important too. And that is especially true for our Blessed Mother. A hundred years ago she appeared at Fatima, a gift to whole world. Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, NY.
Good Friday You changed my mourning into dancing; You took off my sackcloth and clothed me with gladness. Psalm 30:12 Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral, SoHo. The sun was shining brightly in SoHo today, and despite the solemn air of the occasion, a spirit of joy prevailed. Good Friday is almost always the day
It’s the 4th Sunday of Advent…Christmas is almost here. Why the fuss? Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.
Fr Michael Sliney, LC reminds us that Mary is there and truly cares about each member of our family.
“They are your gift to me.” Thus said Jesus in his prayer to the Father. How applicable to Mary and our mothers! Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily was given at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.
Fr Michael Sliney, LC thanks and blesses moms for inspiring the hearts and minds…
The response to my November 29th email was powerful, resulting in 49 pages of prayer intentions. I have taken each of these prayers to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament (often in Catholic Churches all over NYC…beautiful experience for me), and it appears that he wants me to continue this initiative during this special Year of Mercy. So, if you have any intentions on your heart, please feel free to submit them by email. I also encourage all of you to consider asking your family members and friends if they have intentions for which you can pray…we all need to believe in and promote the tremendous power of intercessory prayer!!
Fr. Michael Sliney, LC