For the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Father Simon begins his homily with his back to the congregation to prove the point that prayer is about a relationship with Christ.
On the Twenty-Eight Sunday of Ordinary Time, Father Jay proposes the idea that the experiences that have left us wounded can be healed by the touch of Christ and lead us to sainthood.
On the Twenty-Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time, Fr. Meinrad reminds us to see Christ and to work the faith into our daily lives.
On the Twenty-Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Abbot James points to the gravity in the choices we make every day.
Fr. Simon focuses on one line from the gospel; those who are trustworthy in very small matters will also be trustworthy in great ones.
On the Twenty-Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Fr. Matthew goes into the great mystery of our lives - sin, where we place ourselves at the center of the universe, instead of holding God there.
On the Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time, Fr. Simon helps us to reflect on Christ's great thirst for us.
On the Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary time, Fr. Jay reminds us we're called to a greatness that is humble and true.
On this episode Fr. Blaine discusses the music of St. Benedict's Abbey and performs several pieces on the Abbey's pipe organ.