“The Frightening Freedom of Being the Children of God”
At the beginning of this new year, so filled with hope and good will, let us, then, ask God for this grace: to live in the true freedom of being… Read More
“Repentance, Conversion, and Sharing the Love of Jesus with Others”
Tonight is the fruit of the living faith of so many who are seeking to know and spread the love of Jesus Christ.  Thank you!
“Orienting Our Lives Toward the Lord, in Order to Rise with Him” (Leer en español)
Lent reminds us that there is hope, hope when the ashes represent, not our destruction at the end of our life, but the destruction of sin in our life so… Read More
“Love your neighbor as yourself.” Matthew 22:39 (Leer en español)
As Catholics, we use our gifts and talents to serve and demonstrate our love for our neighbors. Indeed, instead of asking who our neighbors are, Catholics ask, “Is there anyone… Read More
“God’s Plan for Marriage: The School in How to Find True Happiness”
On this occasion today when we celebrate your wedding anniversaries, and the beauty of God’s plan for marriage, I pray He may bless you with the grace and wisdom to… Read More
“Repeating the Life of Christ: The Gift of Consecrated Life in the Church”
The very presence of consecrated persons in the life of the Church is the greatest gift. It goes far beyond what they do for others, which is so great indeed,… Read More
Message to St. Augustine Parish
The St. Augustine parish community has been in my prayers this week as it recovers from the shooting on Tuesday. We thank the police and other first responders for their swift action… Read More
Catholic education is a spiritual work of mercy
and women who are instruments of God’s mercy in the world through the many service opportunities in which our students participate, such as food and clothing drives, visiting the homebound… Read More