Mount St. Michael


The following sermons were given by the pastor, Very Rev. Fr. Casimir Puskorius, CMRI. We hope to add more in the future, possibly even in audio form.

The Image of God the Father in the Home
“...Instead of focusing on our Father in Heaven, I want to speak about fatherhood on earth. The image we have of our Father in Heaven is determined in great part by the image we have of our fathers here on earth....”

“My Kingdom is Not of This World...”
“My dear parishioners, this feast of the Ascension of Our Lord into Heaven is one of the feasts of His Kingship. Our Lord was always a King. Even before He assumed our human nature He was always the Lord and King of creation.”

The Consecration at Mass, the Priesthood and Celibacy
“The priest’s path to holiness very much involves his celibacy. His celibacy is a very good thing. He gives up the good of marriage, the human companionship of it, so that he can give himself more fully to God....”

Harry Potter is Dangerous for Both You and Your Children
“I believe it my duty to talk to you today about a series of books and its accompanying movie because I believe that they contain an insinuation of pride and ungodliness... Let me also preface this explanation by saying that I speak now from the consciousness that one day I will have to answer to God for how I accomplished my duty to instruct you in matters of faith and morals. I certainly believe that there are matters of faith and morals involved in this particular matter....”

Sanctifying Our Souls Through Prayer
“As important as it is to ask God for what we need, it is even more necessary for us to listen to Him. ...Perhaps we are having difficulty in the spiritual life precisely because we are not listening enough to God.”

The Holy Ghost: Our Forgotten Guest
“Do you sometimes wonder why you encounter so much frustration in prayer, why God does not seem to answer your prayers? It is because you never or but rarely pray to the Holy Ghost...”

The Pro-Life Message of Sacred Scripture
“...there is still another dimension to today’s Gospel, and it is about the issue of Pro-Life. Here we see two expectant mothers honoring one another, and certainly honoring the child that each carries: one the Savior of the world, the other, the precursor, he who would go before Our Lord and prepare people through the baptism of penance...”