Mid Semester Chaos

Throughout the past couple of weeks, I have found myself stressed out about the workload that has been given to me, along with the formation schedule. As per Semester, in the middle of the academic term, I and the other seminarians have a tendency to be swamped by our academic...

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Yes, I Choose You God

This past Saturday we celebrated the Solemnity of the Annunciation. While I was at Mass, the celebrant delivered a great homily to the congregation, but I would like to highlight two words that this priest spoke about. The two repetitive words this priest repeated again and again were “presence” and...

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Visiting the Sick

Every Thursday, I head over to the Veterans’ Hospital, in East Orange, New Jersey, for my apostolic assignment. It is in this ministry that I get to visit the sick and the disabled, which is one of the many responsibilities of a priest. To me this is one of the...

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Homeless in Vineland

Back in July of 2015, I was having lunch with a friend in Vineland, and this lunch my heart was moved to go pray with some of the homeless people in downtown Vineland. Normally I would never do such a thing, and in fact I have never done something like...

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