Bishop John Noonan delivers a homily during the White Mass on February 23 at St. James Cathedral. He reflects on the transfiguration of Jesus and what it means to our lives to seek an encounter with God. He also presents an inspiring message to those who minister to the sick and dying on behalf of the Church. Click here to listen to the homily.
Editor’s note: The annual “White Mass” gathers the faithful to pray for God’s blessing upon all who labor in the healing ministry of the Church, such as physicians, nurses, compassionate care ministers, ministers of consolation, chaplains, mental health workers, and all men and women religious and Catholic laypersons serving in the healthcare profession.