Immaculate Conception

On today's Feast of the Immaculate Conception, we honor Mary, Our Mother of Perpetual Help, the only human being chosen by God to survive the fall of Man. Mary who was born without sin knows the joy and pain of human life. She is a mother always ready to intercede to her Son on your behalf. She lights our way, pointing us to her Son, the Christ. Honor her today by spreading her light, both figuratively and literally.

Read more of Br. Dan Korn's Immaculate Conception message...

Cardinal Tobin’s First Homily

Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin celebrated his first eucharist as a Cardinal, at the Church of St Alphonsus, in Rome.

The Church is named after the founder of Redemptorists, St Alphonsus Liguori. Cardinal Joseph Tobin, was ordained a Redemptorist Priest in 1978. This is also the Generalate of the Redemptorists. Earlier, Cardinal Tobin, was the Superior General of the Congregation from 1997 to 2009.

View the homily here

New eCourse: Through the Lens of Mary

Sometimes our lives seem to spin beyond our control. These are the times we most need to trust in God. Through the Lens of Mary is a new eCourse about learning to let go and trust. This course offers practices and lessons from the life of Mary to help us turn every day anxieties and fears into a deep and joyful sense of acceptance of God’s will for us.

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From Redemptorist Seminarian to Cardinal

Have you heard the story of the young man from Detroit who became a Cardinal? Joe Tobin, born in Detroit to a large Irish Catholic family, was baptized at Holy Redeemer Church and began his education in the parish school. Like most young men who first hear the call, the thought “you’ve got to be joking” may have crossed his mind...

Read Fr. John Schmidt's December Co-Redemptorist Association Letter...

Fr. Nyl Daily Reflection:

Fr. Tat Hoang, C.Ss.R. – Chicago, IL
December 9, 2016 - IS 48:17-19, MT 11:16-19

In the Gospel today, Jesus compares us to distracted children who never pay attention to the very moment of presence. If we listen to God just for a minute, our lives will be much better.

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