Br. Greg Dunn, O.P. preaches on Leviticus 13:1-2, 44-46 for the Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time.
Br. Jordan DeGuire, O.P. preaches on 1 Corinthians 9 for the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time. What can the minor league baseball career of a former top draft pick teach us about our identity and mission? Is preaching something we do or is it who we are? “St. Paul preaches and defines himself as a […]
Sometimes it is said that a certain bullet-point in the Rule of St. Augustine—the Rule we friars follow—should be interpreted “in its spirit,” not “in its letter.” Frankly I don’t often know what’s meant by these words; they seem whisked over so many un-relatable cases. I do know, however, that what is sometimes meant is […]
Br. Thomas Mary Wagaman, O.P. preaches on Job 7 for the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time. “Is this is prayer that you would make?…The lesson that Job offers us, is that through lament, through being open to God, we are able to receive a closer relationship with God, who can handle our lament.”
Br. Christopher Johnson, O.P. preaches on Deuteronomy 18:15-20 for the Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time
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Br. Brian John Zuelke, O.P. preaches on 2 Peter 3:8-14 for the Second Sunday of Advent.
Br. Brent Bowen, O.P. preaches on Isaiah 40:1-5, 9-11 for the Second Sunday of Advent.
Br. Michael Mary Hill, O.P. preaches on 1 Corinthians 1: 3-9 for the 1st Sunday of Advent. Waiting is part of being human, and an aspect of God’s plan for us. In this time we are given the magnificent image of our Lady “showing us to pray, preparing our hearts, and moving forward with our […]
Br. Greg Dunn, O.P. preaches on Isaiah for the First Sunday of Advent. (Isaiah 63: 16-17, 19; 64: 2-7) “We are the clay. Lord, you are the potter. We are all the work of your hands.” In this Advent journey before us, we are given the challenge to remember who we are in God’s love.