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Father Casey Cole OFM

This is a homily for the 3rd week of Easter.  Jesus appears to the disciples on the way to Emmaus, but it is only in the breaking of the bread that they truly see him. Meals are a means of encountering one another, and so I exhort you this week

Jesus tells us that if we knock, the door will be opened to us, that all who come to him in prayer will get what they want. But this isn’t always the case, is it? Sometimes, our prayers are not answered. What does this say about God, and how do

Father Casey Cole OFM looks at the strange circumstances this year, we are probably experiencing more fear this Easter than ever before. Jesus tells us: do not be afraid. He is Risen, Alleluia!

Many of us worry about a lot. We live in fear and so hide from danger. Jesus tells us that we must let go of our worries and follow him. Check out Today’s Video from Father Casey Cole:

Father Casey Cole OFM looks at Letting Go in this Lenten Study. If you want to follow Jesus, the first thing that you are going to need to let go of is yourself. Leave behind your delusions of grandeur, denial of your own goodness, and false selves, and be the

Jesus told the young rich man in the Gospel to sell all that he had and follow after him. He was unwilling to do so, and missed out on being a disciple. Check out Father Casey’s Let GO reflection.

In Today’s Video, Father Casey Cole talks about his unique situation as a new priest: which brings good news and bad news and what we are facing in vocations in the 21st century. Father Casey’s Good News: Father Casey’s Bad News: In times like these we do need to pray

In Today’s Video, Father Casey looks at his favorite 50 things about being Catholic. Check it out!!

Prayer at Lourdes, September 29, 2017 (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
There is definitely a spirit to Christmas. Based on Hollywood movies, you might think that this spirit is of giving, of peace on earth, or even of family. For Christians, this is a major oversimplification, and misses a bit part of what Christmas is about. Father Casey talks about not

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