Last week I had to go to Wal-Mart for a few things. It’s my go-to place when I need all those random items that would otherwise have me driving to four different stores – things like light bulbs, hamster food, socks, and popcorn. As I got out of my car and hit the lock button,… Read More ›
This homily was preached on the 29th Sunday of Ordinary Time in the context of the annual conference of the Religious and Moral Education Council of the Alberta Teachers’ Association. Based upon the readings assigned for that day in which our Lord declares that He came to serve and not be served, Fr. Cristino examines… Read More ›
29th Sunday of Ordinary Time (Mk. 10: 35-45) “What Can YOU Do for the Lord?” PDF Version
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time “Crushed – Giving Thanks” PDF Version “Crushed – Giving Thanks” – Homily by Fr. Jerome from Fr. Jerome Lavigne on Vimeo.
Graduating Class of 2015, Bishop O’Byrne High School (Mk. 10: 46-52) “What Do You Want Me To Do For You?” PDF Version
Pentecost Sunday (John 15:26-27, 16:12-15) “What’s Your Point of View?” PDF Version “What’s Your Point of View?” – Homily by Fr. Jerome from Fr. Jerome Lavigne on Vimeo.
It is rare to find a reasonably sized parish in Canada that does not have an active Society of St. Vincent de Paul operating out of it. This great apostolate which takes St. Vincent de Paul as its patron actually grew up after him but due largely to his inspiring example. This talk was delivered… Read More ›
“Make your hearts firm” (James 5:8) Dear Brothers and Sisters, Lent is a time of renewal for the whole Church, for each community and every believer. Above all it is a “time of grace” (2 Cor 6:2). God does not ask of us anything that he himself has not first given us. “We love because he… Read More ›
(Luke 1:39-56) The month of May, in which we honour Our Blessed Mother, Mary, is drawing to a close. It has been a time to renew our devotion to Our Lady, to meditate on her many virtues and graces, and to draw closer to her Immaculate Heart. I was blessed to spend part of this… Read More ›
One of the ways that social media has impacted our culture is to place a lot of emphasis on the self. This new term that’s recently come into our lexicon, “selfie,” really says it all. Rather than looking toward others and the vast world in which we live, we’ve turned the camera around, focusing more… Read More ›