Fr. Eric Flood
Christ’s Church: the Four Marks of the One True Church of Jesus Christ
December 5, 2011
When we profess our belief in the Church Christ established, we proclaim that it is one, holy, catholic, and apostolic. These four marks must necessarily be present in the religion founded by the God-man.
The Priest as Sacrifice and Victim: the Sacrificial Nature of the Sacred Priesthood
August 5, 2011
The history of the Church shows what happens when priests do not live their priesthood in imitation of the suffering Christ, for it spills over into the lives of the faithful.
Identity in Ad Orientem Worship
June 5, 2011
In order to assist us at the greatest prayer, Holy Mass, we face the Altar upon which the Sacrifice of Calvary is made present, and, together with the priest, we adore and beseech God.
Mortification in Lent, a Lenten Reflection for 2011
February 8, 2011
During the holy season of Lent, Holy Mother Church encourages us to spend forty days growing in knowledge of ourselves, so that, by our penance, we may better understand the exalted value of the soul over the body.
October Reflection: Divide and Conquer
October 1, 2010
If a problem is divided into its simpler parts, the solution to the problem will be more easily mastered.
June Reflection on Fatherhood
June 1, 2010
Fr. Eric Flood writes about fatherhood for the month of June.
May Reflection on Our Lady
May 1, 2010
Fr. Eric Flood, FSSP District Superior write about Our Lady for the Month of May.
The Priest and the Mass
March 30, 2010
Fr. Eric Flood, FSSP North American District Superior reflects on the priest and the Mass.
The Holy Cross
Once St. Helena found the Cross, public adoration of it began to grow, most especially on the day remembering the death of Christ—Good Friday.
March 1, 2010
During Lent while we remember the sufferings and trials of Our Lord, our joy must radiate amidst our fasting.