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Deacon Daniel Dionesotes, a transitional deacon who is a seminarian for the Diocese of Peoria and on pastoral assignment at the Basilica, shares a homily during the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time. It was given in the Basilica on September 25, 2022.Bởi Basilica of Saint Mary
 
Mary Stanford is a Christendom theology professor, who will be giving a talk in the Basilica’s Lyceum Auditorium (313 Duke Street) on October 11, 2022, starting at 7:30 p.m., about her new book: "The Obedience Paradox: Finding True Freedom in Marriage.” In this episode, she shares about what led her to write the book and the non-identical gifts tha…
 
Deacon Daniel Dionesotes is a transitional deacon who is a seminarian for the Diocese of Peoria, studying at Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland. During his academic year at the seminary, he will be at the Basilica most weekends as part of his pastoral assignment as a seminarian. In this episode, he talks about his path to the pries…
 
Father Peter Clem, a Parochial Vicar at the Basilica of Saint Mary, offers a reflection on the Third Sorrowful Mystery, the crowning with thorns, during our Communal First Saturday for September. As part of our Communal First Saturdays, one of our priests will reflect on a Mystery of the Rosary on the first Saturday of every month at 8:00 a.m. This…
 
Welcome to another monthly episode of “What Are the Sisters Reading?" One of the guests for September is Sister Kathryn Hermes, FSP, who shares about a book she wrote called “Surviving Depression: A Catholic Approach,” which shows you how to take the first steps to healing from depression and how to build into your life practices that will help you…
 
This weekend, August 27-28, 2022, representatives from the Basilica's youth and young adult apostolates will be speaking at the Masses to share about the ways youth and young adults are growing as disciples through the various programs offered. On Monday, August 29, 2022, Mariane Staron, the Basilica’s Director of Youth and Young Adult Apostolates,…
 
Today's episode features several leaders of the Basilica apostolate called Date Night at the Basilica: Ann Somerset, Emma Lopo-Sullivan, Kathy Hassett, and Ryan Scirocco. In part two of a two-part series highlighting the 10 Great Dates Program, they share about why this program is so important to them and what they are most looking forward to in pr…
 
The guests in this episode are David and Claudia Arp, the founders of the 10 Great Dates Program, which fosters fun, romance and intimacy in several easy steps for married and engaged couples. One of our apostolates, Date Night at the Basilica, will be hosting the program on a monthly basis starting on September 17, 2022. In part one, the Arps talk…
 
Robert Loia is The Basilica School of Saint Mary's new principal. In this episode, he shares about his journey in Catholic education, what inspires him as an educator and what ingredients are necessary to make a Catholic school great.Bởi Basilica School of Saint Mary
 
Father Edward Hathaway, the Rector at the Basilica of Saint Mary, offers a reflection on the Scourging at the Pillar for our August 6, 2022 Communal First Saturday. As part of our Communal First Saturdays, one of our priests reflects on a Mystery of the Rosary on the first Saturday of every month.Bởi Basilica of Saint Mary
 
Michelle Kelly, a student at Christendom College, who has been helping out with the Basilica’s Offices of Communications, Religious Education and Youth and Young Adults, and Luke Helbling, a seminarian with the Diocese of Arlington, have been working at the Basilica during the summer as interns. In this episode, they share about their experiences a…
 
In this episode, we hear a Theology on Tap talk by Dr. Gregory Townsend, the Vice President of Academic Affairs and an associate professor at Christendom College. He talked about the intersection of faith and science. It was recorded at Murphy’s Grand Irish Pub in Old Town Alexandria on August 1st, 2022.…
 
Tushar Suthar, a Basilica parishioner, attended an ACTS retreat in 2020, and he still feels its impact. ACTS is an acronym for Adoration, Community, Theology and Service, and these four themes are the focus of the activities of retreat. In this episode, he talks about the great news about the retreat being available for Basilica male parishioners t…
 
Welcome to another monthly episode of “What Are the Sisters Reading?" The guest for August is Sister Kathryn Hermes, FSP, who shares about "Coached By Joan of Arc: Lessons In Virtuous Leadership." The book is a dialogue between the reader and Saint Joan of Arc, a pious young French peasant teen in the 15th century who led French troops to several m…
 
Father Gary Weismann, the Director of Mission Awareness with the Diocese of Mandeville, Jamaica, was the guest homilist at the Basilica during the weekend of July 16-17, 2022. This homily was recorded on July 17, 2022, during the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.Bởi Basilica of Saint Mary
 
Father Peter Clem, YA, a Parochial Vicar at the Basilica of Saint Mary, offers a reflection on the first Sorrowful Mystery of the Holy Rosary, the agony in the garden, during our Communal First Saturday reflection for July. This meditation was recorded on July 2, 2022.Bởi Basilica of Saint Mary
 
Welcome to another monthly episode of “What Are the Sisters Reading?" The guests for July are Sister Emily Beata Marsh, who shares about “A Miracle In The Kitchen: A Legend About Saint Zita.” This children’s book is a richly illustrated tale of faith, generosity, and selfless love, which brings the story of Saint Zita to life for children ages 6-8.…
 
Father Peter Clem, YA, is the Basilica of Saint Mary's new parochial vicar, effective June 30, 2022. He was ordained on June 4, 2022. He shares about himself, including his vocation story, who some of his spiritual heroes are and what the secret is to giving an excellent homily. Click here to learn more about Youth Apostles (YA).…
 
William Manaker, SJ, who is discerning the priesthood for the Society of Jesus and whose family are parishioners at the Basilica, talks about what led him to the Jesuits and what the differences are between a diocesan priest and a religious order priest. He also talks about how people can incorporate one of the core elements of Ignatian spiritualit…
 
In this episode, you will hear a reflection about Saint Padre Pio by Father Jerome Fasano, the former pastor of Saint John the Baptist Church in Front Royal, Virginia, who spoke after the 12:10 p.m. Mass in the Basilica on June 23, 2022 in honor of Saint Pio’s relics being present in the Basilica on that day. Click here to see photos.…
 
Aaron Zanca, the assistant director of the Youth and Young Adult Apostolates at the Basilica, recently gave a Theology on Tap talk. In this episode, Aaron offers a summation of the talk, during which he traces the history and the theological definition of the devotion to the Sacred Heart, whose feast day the church will celebrate on June 24th, 2022…
 
Father Bob Monagle is a military chaplain, and a Colonel, with the U.S. Air Force. He occasionally assists at the Basilica of Saint Mary during weekend and daily Masses. He shares his journey to becoming a priest, what's involved in being a military chaplain and what he appreciates about assisting at the Basilica.…
 
Father Joseph Townsend, a Parochial Vicar at the Basilica, shares a First Communal Saturday reflection on the Fifth Luminous Mystery of the Rosary, the Institution of the Eucharist. It was given on June 4, 2022.Bởi Basilica of Saint Mary
 
Welcome to another monthly episode of “What Are the Sisters Reading?" The guests are Sister Kathryn Hermes, FSP, who will share her thoughts on a book called “St. Charles de Foucauld: His Life and Spirituality.” The book offers an insightful portrait of this recently canonized saint. In the second interview, Sister Emily Beata Marsh, FSP, reflects …
 
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