One of the fun things for me to do on a Sunday afternoon or Monday morning is to see all of my brother priests who studied in Rome with me post their homilies. It’s amazing to see both the similarities in some cases and completely different perspectives on the same readings in other cases.
I thought it would be fun to start sharing links to their homilies so others could get a chance to hear/read them as well.
Fr. Patrick Broussard was a year ahead of me and currently serves as Vocations Director for the Diocese of Lafeyette in Louisiana.
Fr. Darin Schmidt was a classmate of mine from the Diocese of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Here’s his homily on inviting others to come to Mass.
Fr. Scott Jablonski is a priest of the Diocese of Madison and lived down the hall from me in Rome. Here’s his homily on the beauty of the vocation for women to religious life.
Fr. Taylor Reynolds is a priest of the Diocese of Alexandria, Louisiana. He was a year ahead of me in seminary and is now back for further studies and living with me again. He reflects a little on his time here in Rome and in particular on an encounter with some refugees who live around the corner from us.
Lastly, here is my video reflection on the Sunday readings. Since I don’t have a parish, I don’t get to preach. But those who know me, know how I love preaching, so I’ve been doing these little videos instead.
Amazing to see despite us all looking at the same readings, we come up with so many different reflections.