Fr. Bill Casey, C.P.M.


About FrBillCasey

Father Bill Casey is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a 1979 graduate of Temple University. After graduating from college, he served as an officer in the U.S. Army. Upon leaving the Army, he entered the Congregation of the Fathers of Mercy. He studied Philosophy at Christendom College and Theology at Holy Apostles Seminary and was ordained to the priesthood in 1991. In 1997, Fr. Casey was elected the Superior General of the Congregation. Father attributes his call to the priesthood to the Mercy of God, his love for the study of Sacred Scripture, and his strong devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Father Casey is a nationally renowned speaker and a frequent guest on EWTN.

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The Parable of the King’s Subjects

    Once upon a time there was a King Who so loved His subjects That He left His palace to live among them And assist them to build a mansion Wherein all of them could reside Together with Him forever.   For meetings, shows and concerts. But as He dwelt in their midst, They…Read More

Fifty Shades of Grey and the Spiritual Darkness of our Time

by: Rev. William Patrick Casey. C. P. M.   For many years now I have been preaching about the spiritual battle of our time. Unfortunately, it seems obvious that the spiritual battle of our time is rapidly becoming the spiritual massacre of our time. We, as a people, have lost our sense of sin. With…Read More

The Attempt to Redefine Marriage

By: Rev. William Patrick Casey, C.P.M. On April 29th of this past year, the U.S. Department of Education announced that federal student aid applications will no longer use the “outdated” terms “mother” and “father,” which are seen as too “gender-specific.” Instead, kids applying for college financing will fill in the blanks labeled “Parent 1” and “Parent…Read More

The Spiritual Battle of Our Time

By: Rev. William Patrick Casey, C.P.M.   Pope St. John Paul II said many times during the 26 years of his pontificate that we are living at the time of the greatest battle between good and evil that the world has ever seen. He would often make the observation that one of the worst things…Read More

The Call of Pope Francis (Part 2)

By: Rev. William Patrick Casey, C.P.M.   In his first homily as Supreme Pontiff, Pope Francis issued a call to all of the Catholic faithful, the People of God everywhere to help him rebuild the Church. He calls upon each one of us to focus and refocus on the things that are truly most important…Read More

A Meditation for Advent

By: Rev. William Patrick Casey, C.P.M.   Advent is the season of the year when the Church calls upon us in a special way to prepare our hearts and purify our souls so we can be ready to celebrate and commemorate the greatest event in all of history: the incarnation. God became man in the…Read More

An Exercise in Bigotry

By: Fr. William Patrick Casey, C.P.M.   Last year, during the Spring semester at Florida Atlantic University, a professor named Deandre Poole conducted what was called an academic exercise in his class. He told his students, each one, to take a slip of paper and write the name of Jesus on it. Then he told…Read More

The Call of Pope Francis (Part 1)

By: Rev. William Casey, C.P.M. Truly, we are living in historic times for the Church and for the world. On Divine Mercy Sunday, we witnessed the canonization of two beloved Popes: Pope St. John XXIII and Pope St. John Paul II. Last year, we saw the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and the election of…Read More

Prayer of Abandonment

By: Fr. William Patrick Casey, C.P.M. Need a prayer for abandonment to God’s loving plan for your life? Try this one. It contains some phraseology drawn from the writings of St. Therese of Lisieux: her “Way of Spiritual Childhood” and from the diary of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska entitled, “The Divine Mercy in My Soul.”  …Read More

Jesus: The “Little Man” on the Cross?

By: Rev. William Patrick Casey, C.P.M. We’ve been hearing it said in recent weeks that “Halloween is the new Thanksgiving.” That is to say that the Christmas shopping season is beginning earlier and earlier with each passing year. Rather than “Black Friday,” (the Friday after Thanksgiving) marking the traditional start of the Christmas shopping season, most…Read More