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Breaking the Habit

Sometimes, things go horribly wrong at church. Father Casey tells of his worst experience celebrating a funeral mass and what he learned from it.

St. Francis told his brothers to go to where the people gathered. In today’s world, that means sporting events. What a great place to evangelize! Father Casey takes you to GameDay when The Notre Dame Fighting Irish traveled to the University of Georgia to meet the Bulldogs.

In Today’s Video, Father Casey looks at Moral theology which is a complicated subject in the Catholic Church. It’s not enough to look just at one’s actions. We must also consider intentions and circumstances.

A Franciscan, Dominican, and a Jesuit walk into a bar… As Catholics, having a sense of humor is part of being Christian. We are able to laugh at ourselves and make fun of each other in love. Here are eight jokes, told by Father Casey Cole, about being religious that

In Today’s Video, many times, people have a very narrow understanding of what the priesthood entails, thinking of nothing more than the sacraments. But “priestly” life includes much more than this, and for Fr. Casey Cole, OFM, that means attending VidCon, a major media conference. At the conference people come

On this Ascension of the Lord weekend, we recall in Acts 1: When he had said this, as they were looking on, he was lifted up, and a cloud took him from their sight. While they were looking intently at the sky as he was going, suddenly two men dressed

Brother Casey Cole OFM spoke at St. Monica-St. George on July 10. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
We’re coming up on the Third Sunday of Lent. As we sail toward Holy Week 2019, we’ve been changed, rather marginally or dramatically. Bro. Casey will be receiving Holy Orders in June, an obvious change. Check out his video in Breaking the Habit:

Lent is sort of like a reset button for our faith. We take this time to remove anything and everything that gets in our way of being disciples of Jesus Christ. As Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk reminded us at a 12:10 Mass at St. Louis several years ago that it’s a

Yesterday, Pope Francis declared Pope Paul VI and the slain former Archbishop of El Salvador, Oscar Romero, as saints – extolling them as witnesses of a Church turned outward toward the world, but still living lives of radical holiness. Yet for many that seems like such a far away ideal.