Homilies

Homilies

Preaching is at the heart of what it means to be a Dominican. Click this site to hear our latest homilies.

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Podcasts

Podcasts

We currently produce a variety of podcasts to help with spiritual growth. In addition to our homilies, we offer Commentary, The Catholic Schoolhouse and Going Behind the Word. You can subscribe here or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Ask for Prayer

Ask for Prayer

Twice a day, every day prayers and petitions are offered for those who ask.

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  • Today’s Prayer: May 10, 2020

    May 10, 2020 by

    One of the great images of the Second Vatican Council was viewing a family as a domestic Church. This is a natural outcome when the Church is seen as the Bride of Christ, for it is this relationship that marriage is called to emulate.

  • GBTW: What is a Deacon? May 10, 2020

    May 10, 2020 by

    In the first reading from Mass today we encounter the beginning of the ministry of deacons. But just what is a deacon? The Friar takes a look at this vocation, explains its meaning and discusses what deacons are called by God to do.

  • Today’s Prayer: May 9, 2020

    May 9, 2020 by

    Jealousy and envy can be difficult things for us to admit to in our lives. We do not usually tell others we are jealous of them, or that we envy this or that thing. Someone else gets recognition for something, when I think it should be me, and I feel jealous. Someone has something I want, and I can envy them.

  • Today’s Prayer: May 8, 2020

    May 8, 2020 by

    Just think of it. From all eternity, Jesus has a place in heaven prepared for us. He has shown us the way to this place, because he himself is the way. He has given us a preview of his relationship with him here on earth, as a foretaste of the eternal relationship he calls us to share with him in heaven for ever.

  • Today’s Prayer: May 7, 2020

    May 7, 2020 by

    Sometimes when we think of Jesus, we consider him to be only a little better than we are. We can reduce him to being simply a very nice guy, perhaps even someone we admire.

    But again and again we are reminded that Jesus is so much more. Jesus is the second person of the Blessed Trinity. He is the divine Son of God. He is, as we are reminded by Saint John the Baptist, so great, that even John the Baptist, his cousin, feels unworthy to unfasten his sandals.

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