Choices and decisions are an inevitable part of life. In the gospel today, the rich young man and St. Peter both make a choice. The outcomes could not be more different. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity parish, Mamaroneck, New York.

Jesus assails divorce. How can a married couple fulfill his call to lifelong fidelity? Fr Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, New York.

In these tumultous and angry times, people are frequently reduced to labels. Depending on that label, they are deemed more or less worthy of  regard. Jesus offers us a challenging lesson about this.

Peter resists the cross. Mary embraces it. Resist or embrace: that’s our choice too. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.

Jesus challenges us to not think of religion only in terms of rules. A heart in tune with God is what he desires for all of us. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.

Elijah received bread from an angel to keep going. The Eucharist is our food for the journey. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mamaroneck, New York.

We meditate on the Lord’s Bread of Life discourse. St. John Vianney was one who understood it well. Fr. Steven Reilly’s homily at St. Vito-Most Holy Trinity parish, Mamaroneck, New York.