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We preach through many mediums: in person, in publications, through prophetic actions, and online. Here are some of the latest postings of our friars from around the internet.

  • Jul 7, 2023 by
    Fr Patrick Baikauskas OP
    We can let ourselves get weighed down. That's a choice. There's another one too.
  • Jul 6, 2023 by
    Don Goergen, O.P.
    For 7 July 2023, Friday of the thirteenth week of Ordinary Time, based on…
  • Jul 3, 2023 by
    Nick Punch, O.P.
    For 4 July 2023, Tuesday of week 13 in Ordinary Time, based on Matthew 8:23-27
  • Jul 2, 2023 by
    (Rev.) Carmen Mele, O.P.
    DOMINGO ORDINARIO, 9 de julio de 2023

    (Zacarías 9:9-10; Romanos 8:9.11-13; Mateo 11:25-30)

  • Jul 1, 2023 by
    Jesus assures us that even if we just give a cup a water to one of his little ones, we would not be without reward. Fr. Andrew Carl Wisdom, OP asks us to think if we work just for ourselves, or do we use our personal influence to help others?
  • Jun 25, 2023 by
    (Rev.) Carmen Mele, O.P.

    (II Reyes
    4:8-11.14-16; Romanos 6:3-4.8-11; Mateo 10:37-42)

    Se ha dicho
    de algunos…
  • Jun 23, 2023 by
    Br. Joe Trout, OP breaks open the readings for the Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time with a surprising insight into prayer—that God ultimately hears our prayers and vindicates us, but often not right away,. Thus, serving God can be painful and entail suffering, but it is still the path to eternal life and joy, so brace yourself for it if you want to walk this path.
  • Jun 18, 2023 by
    (Rev.) Carmen Mele, O.P.

    (Jeremías 20:10-13; Romanos 5:12-15;
    Mateo 10:26-33)

    Se toma el
    evangelio de hoy del …
  • Jun 16, 2023 by
    Breaking open the readings for the Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. James Marchionda, OP advises us to remember what God has done for you, specifically, and to and use that as a gauge for what to do for others. What God has forgiven you, you should forgive others. As God has blessed you without cost, you should bless others without cost.
  • Jun 16, 2023 by
    Fr Patrick Baikauskas OP
    Yes, we are supposed to love one another as Jesus loves us - but let's kick it up a bit.
  • Jun 14, 2023 by
    Fr. Clinton Honkomp OP
    For 15 June 2023, Thursday of week 10 in Ordinary Time, based on Matthew 5:20-26
  • Jun 12, 2023 by
    Brian Guadalupe Walker, O.P.
    For 13 June 2023, Tuesday of week 10 in Ordinary Time, based on Matthew 5:13-16
  • Jun 11, 2023 by
    (Rev.) Carmen Mele, O.P.

    (Éxodo 19,
    2-6ª; Romanos 5:6-11; Mateo 9:36-10:8)

    Con la
    celebración de la misa hoy…
  • Jun 9, 2023 by
    Fr. Donald Goergen, OP breaks open the readings for the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, the Body and Blood of Christ, explaining how the Holy Spirit transforms the bread and wine on the altar into the body and blood of Christ, in order to transform us, as we receive it, so that we can leave Mass being more Christ-like than when we came.
  • Jun 9, 2023 by
    Fr Patrick Baikauskas OP
    This is a welcome statement a made a couple of times at St. Tom's, but I believe we lived it out every day. Feel free to share it - and live it.
  • Jun 4, 2023 by
    (Rev.) Carmen Mele, O.P.

    8:2-3.14-16; I Corintios 10:16-17; Juan 6:51-58)

  • Jun 2, 2023 by
    Fr. Brendan Curran, OP breaks open the readings for this Solemnity, showing how the readings don't explain the Trinity so much as they point to a way to live out our faith in a God who is One in Three, Three in One, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  • May 28, 2023 by
    (Rev.) Carmen Mele, O.P.

    34:4-6.8-9; II Corintios 13:11-13; Juan 3:16-18)

    La mayoría
    de los…