"Everyone who belongs to the Truth hears my voice…" (John 18:37)

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The Easter Vigil for Beginners

The first Easter Vigil I ever attended was in 1986 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in College Station, Texas. That year, a dozen or so men and women entered into full communion with the Church, and thanks be to God, I was one of them. Though I’d spent nearly a year in RCIA1 – in… Read More ›

The Easter Vigil for Beginners

The first Easter Vigil I ever attended was in 1986 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in College Station, Texas. That year, a dozen or so men and women entered into full communion with the Church, and thanks be to God, I was one of them. Though I’d spent nearly a year in RCIA1 – in… Read More ›

“The Primacy of Peter – Do You Love Me?” – Homily by Fr. Jerome

“It was here that He, from whose fingertips tumbled forth planets and stars, first laid eyes on who would soon come to carry the TORCH of TRUTH to Nations around the world! It was here that Jesus saw Simon casting his net into the sea… It was here that he was called… “Simon, come and… Read More ›

“…and he slit their throats.” (1 Kings 18:40) – Homily by Fr. Jerome

“How long will you go limping with two different opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him; but if Baal, then follow him!” (1 Kings 18:21) During our stay on Mount Carmel, we seized the opportunity to set things straight right out of the gate! During the celebration of our first Mass, we took  stock… Read More ›