Sell All You Have

The following is a homily for the seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A. The readings can be found here. Our readings today play heavily on the idea of desire. In a dream, God tells Solomon to ask… Read More

Till The Soil

The following is a homily for the fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A. The readings can be found here. I have a friend who is an absolute model citizen. He is among the most principled people I… Read More

Don’t Get Used to This!

The following is a homily for the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, Year A. The readings can be found here. Being able to stay connected with our worshiping community even in the midst of a… Read More

The Ascension of Jesus, Body and Soul

The following is a homily for the Feast of the Ascension, Year A. The readings can be found here. Technology is amazing these days, isn’t it? Despite being trapped at home, away from everyone we know, we can… Read More

You Are a Temple of the Lord

Today’s video is my homily for the 3rd Sunday in Easter. The readings can be found here. Once again, I find myself a bit behind posting videos to the blog. Here is a video I posted on Friday:

Do Not Be Afraid

This Easter, maybe more than any other, we are able to identify with the Christians of the first Easter. Like them, we are celebrating in our homes, behind locked doors, confused, heartbroken, and a bit afraid. Jesus had… Read More

History of the Stations of the Cross

During Lent, and especially on Good Friday, many Catholics pray the stations of the cross. It is among the most popular devotions in the whole world, ranging in style and content from place to place. But where did… Read More

A Church without Sacraments?

Without the sacraments, some feel that the Church will fall apart. I don’t think so.

Call No One Father?

Jesus says to call no one father, and yet Catholics do it anyway. What gives?

Remember Who You Are

The following is a homily for the first week of Lent, Year A. The readings can be found here. On Ash Wednesday, I had the great opportunity to distribute ashes on campus. Myself and a handful of students… Read More

Do Catholics Worship Idols?

Fundamentalist Christians don’t have a lot of nice things to say about Catholics. According to them, we know nothing of the Bible, create false doctrines, are wolves in sheep’s clothing while being the embodiment of whore of Babylon,… Read More

What Makes Something a Sin?

According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, sin is “an offense against reason, truth, and right conscience; it is failure in genuine love for God and neighbor caused by a perverse attachment to certain goods. It wounds… Read More