I Am Not Wearing My Habit For THIS!

Longtime readers will know that I wear my habit everywhere. It’s kind of my thing… School, church, airports, stores, wherever. It’s a great way to evangelize, and I never miss an opportunity.

Well, I guess not never…

This week, I went to one of the few places I will never wear my habit. Turns out its where one of our friars works. Where is this place? Check out this week’s new video!

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4 Comments on “I Am Not Wearing My Habit For THIS!

  1. Br. Casey!
    Peace!

    Yet another great presentation of excellent content, with (your now customary,) “very high production values!” =)
    While not wanting to occasion a possible sin against humility… I still gotta say, “you done (are doing) good, son!” So, be affirmed, Brother and keep up the good work!

    God’s Blessings!

    Peace,
    Liam

  2. You continue to knock them out of the park! or in beantown we say….”pawwk” Nice haircut by Angel and you are looking good . Keep up the good work !

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  4. I was glad to see you out of habit for a change Br. Casey.

    It was good to see the cause of beatification for Augustus Tolton (1854-1897).
    Toulton was the first black man to become a priest in USA. He went to Quincy University, a Franciscan school. Toulton’s parents were slaves in Missouri. It’s hard to believe there was prejudice against African Americans who wanted to serve
    the church in America , just 120 years ago.
    I had a relative , Fr. Gerard Sullivan S.S.J. , a Josephite who served in Pennsylvania and N.Y..
    His order was one the first in the U.S. to accept men of color.

    CONGRATULATIONS on your ordination as a Deacon , Brother!
    What are you called now ? Rev. Brother or just Deacon Casey?

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