At the 10am Mass for the fourth Sunday of Easter, Fr. Jay tells the story of Jack and the real Good Shepherd.
Abbot James' homily for the Bishop Herbert Hermes memorial Mass.
At the 8pm Mass for the third Sunday of Easter, Fr. Meinrad tells us how we are given the same commission as the disciples to spread the Gospel.
On this episode, Fr. Gabriel tells us about his journey from the Baptist faith to Lutheranism and eventually to Catholicism and St. Benedict's Abbey.
At the 10am Mass for Easter Sunday, Fr. Gabriel tells the story of the women who rose early to go to the tomb and what it teaches us today
At the 8pm Mass for the Second Sunday of Lent, Fr. Jay tells us that the Transfiguration is about a God who chooses to pitch His tent among us and calls us to remain in the light no matter how great we have sinned.
On this second part of the episode, Fr. Marion answers a student's question about how to deal with dryness and doubt in prayer
On this episode, Fr. Marion talks about his conversion story, what led him to the priesthood, and some lessons we can learn from studying history
At the 10AM Mass for the First Sunday of Lent, Fr. Simon uses the sign of the cross to illustrate how returning to the fundamentals allows God to stir up our hearts and transform them with His Presence.
For 10AM Mass on the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Abbot James uses the story of Father Lemke to illustrate how God can heal our hearts and draw us back to Himself.
For 10AM Mass on the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Simon asks us if Jesus is a real person for us and gives some tips on making him our best friend.
For the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Jay offers a guide towards understanding our weaknesses and struggles thereby allowing Christ to help us become our true selves.
For the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Jay asks us whether we can hear the voice of God calling in our lives and whether we are ready to respond.
For daily Mass on Tuesday, January 9th, Fr. Daniel McCarthy delivers a great homily about the call of God to dialogue with Him and with a community.
For the Second Sunday of Ordinary Time at the 8pm student Mass, Fr. Marion touched on distraction in prayer, listening to the call of God, and finally the truth that God has purchased each one of us with His own Body and Blood.
For the Second Sunday of Advent, Fr. Meinrad tells the story of where the word "monk" comes from and what we can learn from John the Baptist, the "proto-type" monk.
On this edition of MonkCast, Fr. Meinrad joins us to tell his vocation story. We also talked about his time at Benedictine College as it went from struggling financially to a growing community with a vibrant faith life. Fr. Meinrad closes the show by giving some helpful advice for growing in prayer so make sure to listen all the way through!
For the Thirty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Simon asks us if we have let Christ rule every part of our lives.
For the Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Simon challenges us to recognize our gifts and to not delay using them.
On this edition of MonkCast, Abbot Barnabas Senecal joins us to tell his story, from his childhood to his priestly ministry.