At the root of our faith are principles that guide how we engage the world and where we look for answers
The key to making a good confession is putting in the time to examine your conscience
For many people, December 25 is the most important date of the whole year because it is the date on which Jesus was born. Interestingly enough, most early Christians would disagree. For one, the celebration of Jesus’ birth was… Read More
As I’m sure you know, one of my favorite things about being a Franciscan and a priest is answering questions. I love to hear what people are interested in and I love being able to work through difficult… Read More
It may seem like an extremely simple question. Sunday is the Lord’s Day. Of course we go to Church on Sunday. And yet, when I asked someone recently about how our Sunday obligation related to the Sabbath, they… Read More
I’m going to be completely honest with you: this video was made out of frustration. I have been stewing over something for months, and this video is my indirect response to it. You see, I believe that we… Read More
The following is my homily for the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C. The readings can be found here. It’s interesting, if you think about it, that art and entertainment through the years has done more to shape… Read More
This is not click bait. In this video, I legitimately discourage people from becoming priests. Why? Because some people shouldn’t become priests. In the midst of a priest crisis sweeping much of the world, the idea of discouraging people… Read More
Being ordained a priest was quite the experience!
Friars may retire from our work, but we never retire from this life
Ever wonder what the normal life of a friar is like? Now you can see for yourself.
It’s Tuesday! Do you know what that means? It’s time for another “Ask Br. Casey” video. This week our question comes from an actual viewer (who did what I asked and left a question in the comments like… Read More