Category: Guest Audio

Tricia Hoyt (From the Women’s Prayer Breakfast)

Tricia Hoyt joined us for our Women’s Prayer Breakfast and shared The Winding Paths of One Woman’s Trek Through the Delights and Tortures of Spirituality and Mission.” Tricia is a scripture scholar, storyteller, and educator who has served in the Diocese of Phoenix for 30 years – the last seven of these at St. Patrick and the University of Mary. She has a passion for poetry, humor, wonder, justice, mercy, the Gospels and extraordinary grandchildren. She shared pieces of her personal journey through a life of prayer and mission.

Homily – 2nd Sunday of Advent (Fr. Edward Beck, CP)

This week we welcome Fr. Edward Beck to St. Patrick Catholic Community. Fr. Beck is a Roman Catholic priest of the Passionist Congregation. He is an author, playwright and on-air commentator for CNN on issues of faith, religion and ethics. Through his books, Fr. Beck shares experiences of his mission with God’s people across a wide spectrum of challenges: ministering to people who lost loved ones in the 9/11 attacks, walking with those struggling with addiction and counseling those navigating painful relationships.

His books include God Underneath, Soul Provider, and Unlikely Ways Home.

Here is his homily from this past weekend. Please join us Monday & Tuesday for our Advent Mission.

Evening Presentations:

Monday, December 9 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Tuesday, December 10 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm

(in the Church)

* Please note… These presentations will NOT be recorded or podcasted. 

Fr. Alex Juguilon (from the Women’s Prayer Breakfast – September 2019)

Fr. Alex was working as a doctor in sleep medicine in his late 30s when he heard the call to something more… Through the Blessed Mother’s intercession and quiet moments of listening in daily prayer, he discovered God’s call for him. On May 26, 2018 he was ordained a priest. Fr. Alex shared with the women of the parish his personal story and inspiring us all to lives Grounded in Prayer and Mission.

Listen to his talk using the player below:

Ask a Father (Episode 4) “The Swing of Things”

Brian Cannon & Adam Stein sat down (after quite a long pause) for the fourth episode of our new “Ask a Father” podcast. At St. Patrick, we seek to know, love, and serve God more as Christian Disciples in Mission who are Living Beyond Sunday. For many men, fatherhood is an identity that helps them live this mission out. This podcast is for them… We talk about Fatherhood, in all its forms (Dad, step-dad, foster dad, priests, and all those who in any way act as father those around them). — Please enjoy this episode and if you would like to join the conversation, email Brian at bcannon(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)stpatcc.org