Intimacy with God. That’s why God sent His Son out of love into the world. Because God desires to be intimately involved in the life of His people. Where Adam and Eve once walked with God in the garden, God now walks again through His creation in the person of His Son. In the faith of His people. It’s no secret that God desires intimacy with His creation. He takes delight in it. He sees in it the good that creation fails to recognize within itself. And it’s no secret then that he desires to woo man’s heart to Himself and thus uses all of creation to reach out, calling and inviting his beloved children to come home.
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Rest In Peace Grandpa and Grandma
Please join me in praying for the repose of the souls of my Grandparents on this 8th anniversary of my Grandfather and namesakes, death.
Homily for the Rite of Christian Burial of my Grandmother – Wilma Esther Bruns
My Grandmother, Wilma Esther (Richards) Bruns passed away on Sunday, January 3rd, 2021. Her Obituary can be found by clicking here. It is an honor to be able to preside and preach at her funeral this morning. My homily can be found below. Please join me in praying for the repose of her soul andContinue reading “Homily for the Rite of Christian Burial of my Grandmother – Wilma Esther Bruns”
8 years down. One to go. All is Grace.
8 years ago today I started Seminary at Bishop Simon Bruté College Seminary. A lot has changed since then. I’ve come to know who I am as a beloved Son of God, gained some weight 😬😉, traveled through world, experienced the mercy and love of God working in the lives of his people and throughContinue reading “8 years down. One to go. All is Grace.”
Ordination to the Diaconate
“May God who has begun this good work in you, bring it to fulfillment in the day of Christ Jesus” I was ordained to the Transitional Diaconate on the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. June 20, 2020. Please pray for me. To see Photos from the Ordination: https://www.flickr.com/gp/coreydbruns/a38zHT Special thanks to my friend,Continue reading “Ordination to the Diaconate”
When Love Burns So Much It Hurts – a Poem
It’s not often that I get the chance to write “poetry.” It’s even less often than that, that I share what I write with others besides a spiritual director or close friend. This Fall, I had a rather unfortunate encounter which led me to a beautiful period of prayer. As I sat with the LordContinue reading “When Love Burns So Much It Hurts – a Poem”
Will you Love your Bride?
We had the following words from Cardinal John Joseph O’Connor’s Ordination Homily in 1990 for our Catechesis and New Evangelization Class at the Seminary this week. They’re powerful, powerful words. And have been wonderful to reflect on and pray with. It’s a quick read. I encourage you to read it!
Reflections on the Border…Encountering the Traveler…Encountering Christ
“The Church does not ask for legal documentation because Christ did not ask for it before helping the stranger. She asks Are you hungry? Are you cold? Do you need shelter? She asks and she provides care. She asks and she acts. She asks and is the feet and hands of Christ…”
Of O Antiphons, Passionist Nuns, and the silence of Advent…
“Everything that the church gives you to sing, every prayer that you say in and with Christ and his Mystical Body, is a cry of ardent desire for grace, for help, for the coming of the Messiah, the Redeemer.”
The Ancient Hymn of Christ the King: Laudes Regiae
Christ conquers, Christ reigns, Christ Commands! The ancient hymn: Laudes Regiae is sung at the Installation Mass of Popes, Coronations of the Holy Roman Emperor, etc. AND on today’s Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe It’s a beautiful text, check it out! After the text, there are a few links to differentContinue reading “The Ancient Hymn of Christ the King: Laudes Regiae”