We gather for our White Mass surrounding in our prayer those in the medical profession.
We are one family united – on a journey toward a common destiny – to be one with Jesus for eternity!
The Red Mass stands historically as one of the great events of the judicial year.
Our Blue Mass today honors the mission of law enforcement, fire fighters, and first responders.
I am so very grateful for the energy and fervor I am witnessing around our diocese.
We have the occasion to join together in prayer for our law enforcement, fire fighters, and first responders.
What was the most surprising discovery for you in Alabama?
We have the best team because we keep our eyes fixed on Jesus, always!
As teachers and administrators, you share in a noble calling.
What is our moral imperative and duty toward our neighbor!
Today, we celebrate the next phase of the buildout of campus ministry here in Huntsville.
As our pastoral year gets underway, we pick up on various themes of the Eucharistic Revival.
May our plans coincide more and more with God’s plan so that “His will be done."
Throughout our experience here, we explore the questions that help shape who we are.
Today we hear the beautiful readings from the Feast of the Presentation of our Lord.
For years, many people have been spiritually enriched through prayer before the Blessed Sacrament.
It’s my understanding that this liturgical formation event is full.
My sisters and brothers, the Gospel has some curious twists and turns.
It is a sobering question that an unknown person asked our Lord as He was passing through the village.
I think the statement that the youth are “the future of the Church” is a bit misguided and misses the mark.
Bishop Raica celebrated Mass at the Cathedral, marking the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary.
The bishop commemorates secondary patron and prays for seminarians
I am indeed honored to preside at your First Holy Profession here at Our Lady of the Angels Monastery.