Praying to God can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be that complicated.
All posts by David Romero, SJ
Born and raised in southern California, David received a BA in Theology from Loyola Marymount University, where he experienced several opportunities to live a life of faith and justice. These experiences led him to study abroad as a junior with the Casa de la Solidaridad program in El Salvador, which kick-started his discernment to enter the Jesuits upon graduation. He completed his philosophy studies at Fordham University in New York, and is currently in his first year of regency working with the Casa Bayanihan study abroad program in Manila, Philippines. When he isn't trying exotic Filipino foods, or impersonating others, he loves listening to (and fake conducting!) movie soundtracks, singing karaoke, and spending time with friends.
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Light Your Lamps and Be Ready | One-Minute Homily
Do we have enough oil for our lamps? Fr. David Romero, SJ, reflects on being ready for the Lord by being active disciples in the world, here and now.
The Wedding Feast: Accepting the Invitation | One-Minute Homily
Sometimes when that party invitation comes, you just want to say no!
How to Forgive 77 Times: Love and Mercy | One-Minute Homily
You want me to forgive them 7 times—wait, 77 times?! Psssst—man!
Elijah and the Power of a Still, Small Voice | One-Minute Homily
Strong wind!!?? Earthquakes!!?? Fires!!?….A still-small voice…what’s your image of God?
Finding Good Soil: The Parable of the Sower | One-Minute Homily
Will God’s word find fertile soil in our hearts?
Corpus Christi: You Are What You Eat | One-Minute Homily
Today on the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, David Romero, SJ, reflects on the Body of Christ that we receive and we are called to become.
Hearts in Need: Practicing Presence & Embracing Reality
What do Pixar’s “Inside Out”, throwing rocks, and comfort have in common? David Romero takes a look and explores how just being present is a huge gift we can offer.
Hollywood Goes to Church
David Romero sits down with Back to the Future’s “Biff” to show us that actors are so much more than the characters they play.