I reflect on this song often. No better swan song for The Man in Black. The song was originally recorded by a heavy metal band named Nine Inch Nails. Johnny changed the sentiment of the entire song by changing one word—-JUST ONE WORD—-in the lyrics.
Redemptive suffering is to pointless suffering as a crown of thorns is to a crown of…
The Feast of the Annunciation is normally celebrated on March 25th (9 Months before Jesus’ birthday) but the celebrations of Holy Week and The Octave of Easter take precedence, so we celebrate it today, the first available opportunity. What a beautiful set-up this year: We just celebrated Jesus’ passion, death and resurrection and now we begin the cycle again by celebrating Mary’s “YES” and His conception the day after Divine Mercy Sunday. I love the Catholic Church!
Build a bridge from Earth to Heaven with Jesus!
Holy Thursday Homily 2013
Sled Dogs and the Last Supper.
Wedding Homily for Marissa and Joe
Hunger Games Easter Homily. Become a Tribute for Christ the Victorious Victim! HE IS RISEN AS HE SAID!
Wouldn’t you rather have God deal with your weaknesses in private than have them dealt with in public?—-Rediscover Catholicism by Matthew Kelly
My homily for World Marriage Day 2/12/12. There is a cure for Marital Leprosy! Look to Christ and be healed!
To force a Catholic institution to violate the consciences of its faculty, students and alumni in this fashion is like forcing a Yeshiva to serve pork to Orthodox Jewish students.
“The Obama administration is also the most anti-Catholic administration in American history. Never before have tens of millions of Catholic Americans been forced to subsidize the killing of unborn children with their taxes — as they are under ObamaCare. But now they are also forcing Catholic institutions to take part in the destruction of innocent human lives and the maiming of others by paying for abortifacients and sterilizations.”
My homily from Corpus Christi Sunday. God Save New York State!
Thanks to Bishop William Murphy for the inspiration. Click here for his Faith and New Works Article in the June 22, 2011 Edition of The Long Island Catholic, p. 4.
I’m a few weeks behind in posting my homilies. My apologies to my followers who suffer from insomnia. I’ll catch-up on posting them, you’ll catch-up on sleep soon.