On Saturday, March 23, the third week of Lent, Father Joseph Illo, pastor of Star of the Sea parish in San Francisco, gave a ten-minute homily on living with the coronavirus. He spoke of the
Father Francis Stevenson, pastor of Corpus Christi in Tahoe City, made a 15-minute homily on March 15 for today, Laetare Sunday, March 22. Father Stevenson said the alpine snow of Lake Tahoe
Father John Higgins, pastor of St. Raymond parish in Downey, posted a five-minute homily on the Feast of St. Joseph (March 19). He starts with “This is the weirdest St. Joseph’s I’ve ever seen. My
On St. Patrick’s Day, Tuesday, March 17, Father Joseph Fessio, founder of Ignatius Press, spoke at a private Mass at Ignatius Press of St. Patrick’s confession and Patrick’s ultimate influence in California.
Father Francis Stevenson of Corpus Christi parish in Tahoe City posted his 17-minute homily on March 9 for the Third Sunday of Lent. The homily was based on the story of the
Prayer without fasting can become just mere sentimentality
15 seconds of Father Illo on true Lenten effort
Father Joseph Illo, pastor of Star of the Sea parishin San Francisco, gave a 9.5-minute homily on Sunday, March 1 on the spiritual weapons of prayer, fasting, and alms-giving.
If you’re just here for ashes, that’s just dirt on your forehead
15-second homily excerpt by Father John Higgins
Father John Higgins, pastor of St. Raymond’s parish in Downey, recorded a 3-minute homily on Monday, Feb. 24, for use at his parish on Ash Wednesday. Here is a 15-second excerpt: “Let’s
Yesterday, Sunday, February 16, San Francisco director of vocations Father Cameron Faller, 32, spoke at Star of the Sea parish of a plague more deadly than coronavirus. Watch his 9-minute homily here. Or
Father Joseph Fessio, S.J. of Ignatius Press gave an eight-minute homily on Feb. 11, the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes. Here is the text of the
Father Francis Stevenson of Corpus Christi parish in Tahoe City posted his 16-minute homily on Feb. 4 for the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time. He addresses the problem