Thanks be to God that I am always under construction. Thanks be to God that His grace is always at work in me, drawing and inviting me into ever greater union with Him.
I had much to learn from this beautiful people, more than I had ever imagined.
It was becoming clear to me that God had set forth another path, a new journey, for my religious life in Holy Cross.
Looking back on my time at Moreau Seminary, it's fitting that the place bearing his name continues to call young men who possess the traits of faithfulness, perseverance, charity and hope.
May the life of Blessed Basil Moreau, and the life of all of the brothers, sisters, and priests that are a part of his religious family, continue to be an inspiration to us all.
Please keep the ten young men of this first-ever Summer Seminary Immersion Program in your prayers as they continue to actively discern where God is calling each of them to make Him known, loved, and served.
The pilgrimage for many had started much earlier and been much more difficult than mine, but our slow walk together was an expression of our common faith and hope.
At the Holy Cross Novitiate, Tim began to develop a greater devotion to the Sacred Heart, to Whom the priests of the Congregation of Holy Cross are especially dedicated.
We are approaching the end of the year for many of the groups and the beginning of summer. The month of May here in La Luz has been full of activity.
When you get ordained to the priesthood, you know to expect a whole new set of awesome firsts. However, there are also those firsts that you don't know to expect.