New Ways to Serve and Minister

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In this new era of fast technological advances, especially as a response to many restrictions arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic started in 2020, I ask for your forgiveness as I am still learning how to maneuver the different technologies to better serve you as a priest.

Many things have changed since I begun to livestream Masses for parishioners, family, and friends. In the course of trying to share the Good News, I was misjudged, reported, and labeled as not fit for FaceBook by some peculiar members or their administrative staff without any proper explanations. I have written appeal messages, stating that I never intentionally attacked anyone with my reflections or homilies, but to no avail. This website, I Thirst (John 19:28), has been blocked on the platform and nothing can be shared from it. Due to the many restrictions and unfair treatment by FaceBook, livestream is now limited and only broadcasted on my YouTube channel. I apologize for any inconveniences this might have caused you, but I am saddened and baffled at the lack of communications and reasons behind their unfair decision, too.

Podcasted homilies are available for those who do not have consistent high-speed internet for video streaming or would only like to listen to audio recordings. They are posted to a host service and automatically broadcasted by them to a variety of different outlets like:

 
Thank you for your patience, understanding, encouragement, prayers, and supports.
 
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viet nam | united states of america | kansas | texas | congregation of the most holy redeemer | diocese of fort worth | archdiocese for the military services | united states air and space forces | english – español – tiếng việt | may 22, 2012 – june 29, 2013 | holy trinity seminary | st. mary’s seminary | ba – gcsf – ma – mdiv – stb | university of dallas – creighton university – university of st. thomas – st. mary’s seminary and university