Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers is a prolific Catholic author in the 21st century Church with dozens of books, articles, pamphlets, and other writings.
Rather, in a way too few hagiographies do, Deacon Burke-Sivers aims to give us a deeply rich and often profoundly moving meditation not only on Father Tolton’s life but on how that life explicates crucially essential elements of the Catholic faith. He also prompts...read more
Jesus is calling all of us to evangelize, each in our own way to invite people to know him, to love him, to serve him and to follow him. If we want Christ to be in us, he has to go through us. Our hope is that those who witness and experience the evangelizing Christ in us will turn toward the lord to open themselves deeply to him in freedom and love.read more
Deacon Harold explains the deacon’s key role in the domestic Church is to love like Christ. *Deacon Digest*, January/February 2019 (Vol.1, No.4)read more
Deacon Harold’s homily for the 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B. The homily focuses on the sex abuse scandal and what can be done about it.read more
For three evenings, Deacon Harold touched on subjects that at times are lighting rods for modern day skeptics or, at other times, are sources of confusion among those who are trying to live their Christian faith.read more
In this article, guest writer Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers discusses the Christian principle of stewardship and its immense significance as a way of life for Catholics. 27 November 2016.read more
Students across Sydney Catholic schools were recently privileged to experience an empowering presentation by the Dynamic Deacon. August 2015.read more
Deacon Harold featured in Legatus Magazine, September 2017 issue.read more
What does it mean to be a Catholic man? How does a Catholic man love? Why is fatherhood, fully understood, so crucial for every man? *National Catholic Register*, published 16 February 2017.read more
Nineteen pastors, faith leaders and men in various vocations have come together with Washington (DC) Area Coalition of Men’s Ministries. *The Washington Times*, published 16 June 2016.read more
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