The Eucharist Is Not Just a Symbol

The Eucharist, the Body and Blood of the Lord Jesus Christ sacramentally present under the form of bread and wine, has been in the news quite a bit lately.

Saint Joseph, The Model Of All Fathers

This Sunday, we as a nation celebrate Father’s Day. In the United States of America, we have been celebrating this day, honoring fathers, on the third Sunday in June since 1910.

New Priests Have Many To Inspire Them

The Diocese of Brooklyn was very blessed this past Saturday with the ordination to the priesthood of three men: Father Alex Olszewski; Father Andrew Tsui; and Father Dung (Vincent) Vu.

God is Calling Us, Let Us Listen

More than a week after the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, we are still in shock over the heinous act against innocent lives — 19 elementary school children and two teachers were slaughtered.

NYC’s Gun Violence Heating Up This Spring

As New York City exits another gunfire-marred weekend where 15 people were shot across the city and a plainclothes detective was fired upon, officials still have no answers.

The Role of Mothers in The Lives of Priests

There are few influences greater in the choice of a vocation to the priestly life than a priest’s mother. She is really the very first “face of God” whom he encounters in his life.

Easter Spirit Extends Beyond the Holy Day

In the Book of Revelation, Our Lord proclaims the following: “Behold, I make all things new.” In the midst of a world that is groaning under the weight of sin and sadness, these are words that we need to hear more than ever!

Jesus Was So Much More Than a ‘Superstar’

There’s something about Jesus Christ Superstar, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s “rock opera musical,” that doesn’t resonate. In a 1971 Time Magazine interview, Rice commented: “It happens that we don’t see Christ as God but simply the right man at the right time at the right place.”