For the Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Meinrad reminds us to keep watch for the coming of Christ and tells us how to do this
For the Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Meinrad explains what humility is, how we can grow in it, and why it is essential.
For the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Gabriel breaks down the two most important commandments and how we can live them out.
For the Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Simon sheds light on what really belongs to God and how to give it back to Him.
For the Twenty-seventh Sunday of Ordinary time, Fr. Jay talks about choosing God even when we feel that God is so far away.
For the Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Abbot James tells true stories of repentance of sinners and the infinite mercy of God.
For the twenty-fifth Sunday of Ordinary time, Fr. Simon gives students and their families a tour of the Abbey church, revealing its symbols that might otherwise go unnoticed.
For the twenty-fourth Sunday of Ordinary time, Fr. Simon talks about forgiveness and the great freedom it brings.
For the twenty-third Sunday of Ordinary time, Fr. Jay uses the Gospel to give a crash course in how and when to correct those around us.
For the Fourth Sunday of Easter, Fr. Jay gives students a practical summer game plan that includes prayer, working, and connecting.
For the Third Sunday of Easter, Fr. Simon breaks down the story of the road to Emmaus and how it tells in a beautiful way the deeper story of God's pursuit of each of us.
For the Second Sunday of Easter, Bishop Robert Barron gives a stirring homily about evangelization and the message of salvation at the 2017 Abbot's Table Mass.
In a brief but powerful homily for Easter Sunday, Fr. Gabriel contrasts the chaos caused by sin with the order and peace that God has brought to humanity with His death and resurrection.
On the first episode back, Br. Leven discusses the rich history of the Liturgy of the Hours, its place in the daily life of a Benedictine monk and why lay people should embrace this method of prayer as well.
On the Second Sunday of Ordinary Time, Father Simon uses math and art to prove that Christ has called each of us to for a unique purpose.
On this episode Fr. Blaine discusses the music of St. Benedict's Abbey and performs several pieces on the Abbey's pipe organ.