St. Peter learns that if you want full nets, you have to have Jesus in your boat. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.
Fr Michael Sliney, LC encourages us to ask for an increase of God’s hope and trust when the anxieties of life pound us down.
Some time ago, I had a very beautiful experience of confession. In a community of priests, we normally confess each other’s sins. However, we may tend to favor one or two as our go to companions to go to confession. They may be our normal confessors. Well, this time I ventured to go to confession
Fr Michael Sliney, LC reminds us to lean into God and trust in Him during times of discouragement – don’t listen to the devil, it’s not real. If you have Christ, you have hope.
The owner of the vineyard is seeking workers…Looking for a job? Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.
This Bible verse is one many have struggled with, including this priest and author — until finally trusting in God My favorite Bible passage involves Jesus telling Peter to “put out into the deep” (Luke 5:4.) Peter had been fishing all night. He had caught nothing — yet he trusted that, somehow, this would be
Peter’s spiritual instincts are impressive. When he’s sinking, he cries out to Jesus…a lesson for us all. Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St Vito- Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.
At the Transfiguration, Jesus’ glory is revealed to his disciples. They hear the Father declare Jesus to be his Beloved Son. Will it help them to survive the scandal of the cross? Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamroneck, New York.
Jesus talks about treasure in a field and the pearl of great price. Half the battle is just recognizing them. Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamroneck, New York.
Fr Michael Sliney, LC encourages to leave our comfort zone and trust in Christ.