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Christ meets the disciples, as they caught nothing. When we feel the frustration of not being up to the challenges of life, it is then when Christ wants to come …

Once again, we find ourselves before Christ preaching in the synagogue. Doubt overcomes his listeners until the point that they want to kill Christ. We too can let doubt in, …

Today the readings seem to me to be about scripture itself. The Jews show respect and joy at hearing the Word proclaimed. In the Gospel, I can imagine Christ in …

Sorry, I am a day late… but this is one of my favorite passages. Christ’s first miracle takes place at a marriage feast. We know John’s gospel is full of …

Among the tales of sorrow and of ruin that come down to us from the darkness of those days there are yet some in which amid weeping there is joy …

Just a few days ago we were celebrating the birth of Jesus. Today we celebrate His baptism.”Behold this my son in whom I am well pleased,” are the words we …

One of the most important aspects of prayer is actually starting!  We need to open our hearts to God’s presence and really want to be with him.  Hopefully this little prayer …

Today along with the feast of the epiphany, my congregation, the Legion of Christ, is celebrating the 75 years of our history.  Our history is full of many mysteries, but …

Br Daniel Rolczynski, LC It has now been a number of years since I last spent Christmas at home.  It is such a special time for everyone.  Going to bed …

In the context of Christmas, the Church gives us the chance today to reflect on the family. We look at this family and they didn’t have anything special, rather they …

We are just a few days away from Christmas day! Christ is not only eager to be accepted and born in our hearts, but to be born through us for …

In honor of the Jubilee Year of Mercy, I would like to share with you some reflections on the Holy Doors at St Peter’s Basilica.  Since each scenes on the …

Today on the third Sunday of Advent we are invited to ask ourselves, in what do we rejoice? In our lives, there are moments that are moments of real joy …

  Christ is coming. We are already a good ways into advent. Time is flying. The readings today remind us of the urgency to prepare for our Lord. The days …

We are reminded, as we begin Advent, that we live in a world of change. Everything is changing around us and things just seem to happen too fast. It our …

I’d like to share with you a prayer I wrote, a window into what I think every seminarian carries in his heart.  So if you’d like to pray for all of …

by Br Joseph Ory, LC How would you introduce yourself to someone?  Stand in front of them, maybe. Shake their hand.  What if they were blind?  Speak to them.  What …

“In the Lord’s hand the king’s heart is a stream of water that he channels toward all who please him.” (Prov 21:1) The feast of Christ the King has always been …

We celebrate today the feast of Christ, King of the Universe. The liturgy today reminds us of why He is our King; because He loves us. So we celebrate that …

The readings today put us in the context of being in the last days. It is good to remember that our time is limited and we don’t know when our …

The poor widow in the gospel today has always been a great example for me. She is poor and didn’t have a lot to offer God, but in her weakness …

November 1st we celebrated All Saint’s Day! To celebrate this feast isn’t just about giving honor to those who have made it to heaven, because really what we have to offer adds …

“Exult and proclaim… that the Lord has delivered his people” (first reading today). God has freed us and given us New Life! This should be our source of joy and …

Christ not only offered himself on the cross for our sins, but He offered his whole life for us. Christ invites us to offer ourselves for others. This is how …

Can a 12th century monk teach something to us, free men in a hyper-connected world? If the reader is tempted to give a negative answer, I may ask him to …

Summertime is usually when we get to go away and rest for a little. We all need a break from our busy schedules. Even Christ takes a break with his …

When Christ was preaching in the synagogue, no one recognized Him. The Jews weren’t expecting anything from this young man who got up to talk to them. They tried to …

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