Daily Relections with Father Tom Dillon

Thank you, Father Tom, for providing reflections during our time away social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watching your videos daily brought us closer to Christ and together as a Chapel family. To view past videos from 2020-2021, please visit our social media pages and click on ‘videos’.

18 thoughts on “Daily Relections with Father Tom Dillon”

  1. Thank you for your message this morning. Keeping us mindful of our spiritual life. Many Blessings!!!

  2. Enjoying this tremendously! Waiting for you to create/start a podcast, “Running Priest Reflections”!🙌🏼🎉 but that means you have to keep running! Thank you for the encouragement! God bless you!

  3. Father Tom, we are enjoying your daily reflections, however I am feeling guilty for not getting out and running a few miles each day!

  4. This is helping me stay grounded and focused! Thank you for these reflections! God bless you Father Tom !

  5. Thank you, Father Tom!!! Eveyone I know is praying for our priests. Don’t believe any lies the Evil One may be whispering. We STILL need you and all priests make a difference! Stay strong, Jesus, I trust in You!!!

  6. I love the ” Out” at the end. It makes me think of Picard and his “Engage”. Thank you so much for these. The truth causes my heart to burn and really motivates my spirit. I hope Father Tom and all priests realize the profound impact they have on the lives of the laity and the outpouring of love we have for them.

  7. We cannot express what a beautiful gift we have received in viewing your blog meditations during this difficult time. We look forward to viewing them each evening and promptly forward them to our kids, friends and anyone we think needs an encouraging word.
    Your efforts in lifting up our spirits and giving us Our Lord’s words of hope have truly made a difference in our devotion to our beautiful faith as we weather the challenges we face during this time.
    Many thanks Fr. Tom! We are praying for you.
    In His Peace.

  8. Father Tom, My prayers are for your Grandmother Agnes and your family. So sorry to hear of her passing. Your daily reflections are so calming to me during this pandemic. I will read about St. Catherine of Siena as you recommended. I hope you consider continuing your daily reflections after the COVID-19 pandemic settles down because I treasure them!

  9. Please continue your daily reflections. They have been such a blessing and have given me something to look forward to each day. We have been sending them to our non Catholic friends and they are so impressed with you and our faith. Thanks so much!

  10. Thank you Father Tom for sharing your thoughts and prayers with us each day. This is such a blessing as we try to work through these times.
    Please know I pray for you each day as you ask and know that you are praying for us.

  11. Father Tom, Your messages are always so touching and interesting. I love the way you emphasize the meaning of a single word (like “the”) and explain the significance of it so that I hear the gospel more fully. Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts and explanation of The Word and I hope you keep giving us “our daily bread”. Over and out.

  12. I look forward to your daily reflections everyday. Please continue even when the Virus leaves us. God bless you for doing this each day.

  13. I look forward to your daily reflections every morning. Keep them coming daily. Very inspirational for me and a must to the start of my days. Thank you for doing this. 🙏🙏🙏

  14. Father Tom mentioned in his homily today that there are three things we all seek in life. One of them was happiness , one was truth and we are trying to remember the third thing. Was it life or love? He did an amazing job in describing exactly what’s going on today and the importance of being aware of the darkness and the message the devil is trying to convey. Please let us know. What is the 3rd item? Thanks!

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