I Said Yes to the Cassock

There’s this girl. I’ve kinda liked her for a while and for the longest time I knew she loved me. At first, I wasn’t sure how much I could love her, not because of her imperfections but because of mine. She’s honestly great, and I just feel lucky she loves […]

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Pentecost and the Priesthood

In my life, I have been blessed to attend a few ordinations, and I have to say, an ordination is hands down my favorite sacrament to witness. I know, I should say it’s a wedding or a baby’s baptism, but they just don’t compare. Witnessing men willingly lie prostrate on a […]

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Waiting: A Seminarians Journey

On a hot August day six years ago when I drove up to Kenrick-Glennon Seminary in St. Louis to move in, my first thought was not how long I would call this place home. To be honest, as I stood in the shadow of the massive tower, my main thought […]

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Moving Day: A Priest’s Perspective on Reassignment

Fr. Duy Le was ordained on June 11, 2011, and was assigned to St. Anne’s in Seal Beach, California. The small beach community welcomed him with open arms and hearts immediately. He served St. Anne’s for the past four years and is facing his first priest reassignment. In between packing […]

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