SIGN UP TO BE A NYC HOLY WEEK MISSIONARY | MORE INFO 2018 Holy Week Mission Blog, Day 1 “It Begins” St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, SoHo, 2018. One of the topics we’ve discussed with the missionaries in our missionary boot camp program has been the role of you know who—the Prince of Darkness. The Devil
In the gospel reading, our Lord speaks about the grain of wheat that falls to the ground and, dying, bears much fruit. This was the template for the apostle of Ireland, St Patrick. Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St Patrick’s Parish, Yorktown Heights, New York.
SIGN UP TO BE A NYC HOLY WEEK MISSIONARY | MORE INFO “A clean heart create for me, O God, And a steadfast spirit renew within me. Cast me not out from your presence, And your Holy Spirit take not from me.
Fr Stephen Dyas, LC encourages to pray for all those in need of healing
As a 20 year old seminarian I began studying the lives of the saints and one thing that soon stood out was the extreme measures some of them took to discipline “the flesh”. And so we read the heroic feats of martyrs, the extreme measures of St. Francis of Assisi who would jump into cold
Fr Stephen Dyas, LC reaches out to parents whose children are suffering encouraging them to keep asking the Lord for help with faith and humility…
Fr Michael Sliney, LC encourages us to let our faith kick in and thank Jesus….
Listen to Fr Shawn Aaron’s homily for the 13th Sunday of Ordinary Time. God allows for trials, suffering and crosses to bring us to a fullness of love
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of visiting a woman at Mount Sinai hospital. Her 19-year-old daughter had spent her life battling a series of life-threatening illnesses. She had never been able to speak and in just a few hours, she was about to be taken off life support. In addition to
Fr Michael Sliney, LC reminds us suffering is an opportunity for growth, love and a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.