Through the intercession of Blessed Basil Moreau, may we rise to meet this challenge and always be men with hope to bring.
As I look back on those days, I come to realize that God is always working in our lives and his call comes to us in the oddest of circumstances, even in the worst jobs!
It was a special privilege for Tim and me to share a little bit of the joy of our Holy Cross brotherhood with the retreatants.
We are a diverse community of men here at Stonehill and sometimes being superior is like herding cats, but I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world.
I can't believe that we are already a month into the school year here at Stonehill College. There's been a lot packed into that month. This year in particular has been fun, because of the presence of our new deacon, Rev. Mr. Tim Mouton, CSC. His energy and zeal has added so much energy to the...
Holy Cross' universities and colleges are gearing up for the next academic year. Fr. Tony reflects on seeing a new class of Stonehill College freshman start out on their next four years of life and faith.
Fr. Tony once met, now Servant of God, Fr. Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Fr. Peyton's mission of spreading devotion to Our Lady and encouraging families to pray the Rosary together continues to this day through the work of Family Rosary.
Some years ago when I was visiting Moreau Seminary, a group of our transitional deacons were leafing through catalogues in the process of picking out their ordination chalices. I mentioned that we had a large inventory of chalices from our deceased confreres in storage.
No matter the weather on ordination day, we trust that the Holy Spirit will pour out graces through the Sacrament of Holy Orders, and fill these men, and the people of God they serve, with eternal light.
We can carry burdens for so long out of fear or pride. God desires to remove our burdens from us, no matter how long we have been carrying them.