Here is my Sunday homily, Principles of Catholics for voting and fasting for the nation, 31st Sunday homily
Let us together form our consciences and pray for the nation.
This was presented as an optional meditation for those who want to go deeper into meditating on the Passion of Christ. Here is talk 17 Meditation on the Whole of the Passion.
Here is my Sunday Homily Praying in humility to Jesus who we love, 30th Sunday in Ordinary
This is a continuation of the retreat exercises I was sending out a few weeks ago. For the other talks see the folder on spiritual exercises. See “within this Spiritual Exercises for Women, Maryland 2016.”
Again, maybe listen to one a week and meditate for 30 minutes.
Fr. Joseph LoJacono
Here is my Sunday homily: Persevering in prayer through spiritual battles with the rosary, 29th Sunday Ordinary
I am back in California now and will finish up sending out the talks for the Spiritual Exercises soon.
In the meantime, I am growing a beard as a prophetic sign of praying for the nation, following the Nazarite challenge. I think it looks more prophetic too.
With this talk the exercises start to move into what would be called the “third week” based on the 30 day spiritual exercises. For those not doing the 30 days, one can take this as one who is advancing in mental prayer and meditation. It especially focuses on the Lord Jesus during his passion and death.
I will be away for my own personal spiritual exercises next week. So I will stop sending this talks until October 13th.