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Today is the World Day of Prayer for the Sanctification of Priests.

“For when we are in touch with our own imperfections and learn to rely on God’s grace, we can better lead others to holiness and be an effective bridge for people who are searching for God. The priest who has met Christ in his flawed but graced humanity can minister to people more compassionately as brothers and sisters who share the same human struggle.

“On this World Day of Prayer for the Sanctification of Priests, may the prayers of the whole Church lead all priests to a greater holiness of life so that we may ever more resemble Christ the true priest and bridge between God and humanity.” Click here.

Fr. Bob Bedard Journalling

He Didn't Just Say It. He Did It!

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The love we speak of is not something that happens automatically. It is something that must be chosen by each of us.

Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

Long Ride Home: Episode 4

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Fr. Sean Wenger Portrait

The Grace of God Abounding

Homily /  

When enough of us give God permission God will move.

Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

Keep Calm and Go to Adoration

Homily /  

"If Jesus were actually visible in church, everyone would run to welcome him."

Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

Not a Checklist God

Homily /  

God's love is unconditional. He loves us because he made us and we are his sons and daughters.

Fr. Kenneth Lao portrait

Body and Blood of Christ

Homily /  

Spiritual food that nourishes our soul.

Three Points of the Homily
1. Eucharist nourishes our soul.
Holy Communion preserves the supernatural life of the...

Fr. Simon Lobo Portrait

5 Dispositions of the Heart to Help us Enjoy the Eucharist

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5 dispositions of the heart to help us enjoy the Eucharist. 

Fr. Sean Wenger Portrait

Jesus Gives

Homily /  

Jesus gives us his body and blood because he wants to fill us with his life. He wants to live in you and he wants you to live in him. 

Fr. Francis Ching Portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: Burial at sea, what does the Church teach?

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The following is an excerpt from ...