Posts From Fr Richard Heilman

Excellent Take on the Fr. James Altman Situation

A friend of mine posted this earlier today. He is also good friends with Fr. James Altman. I thought this was profound and the most clear take on this whole Altman

Is Murdering Babies Less Egregious Than Murdering Jews?

My brain seeks logical conclusions. So, here is where my brain goes in this “Altman controversy” … For argument sake, what if Hitler and the Nazi Party was put to

The Five First Saturdays Devotion

How to Precisely Fulfill the Five First Saturdays Devotion as Requested by Our Lady of Fatima Our Lady of Fatima Promises all the Graces Necessary for Heaven if a Catholic


MARK YOUR CALENDAR!! THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 2021 FR. RICK’S BIRTHDAY PARTY!! This is a very special birthday for me as it marks the 40th anniversary of my “one day” call

BREAKING!! Our Prayers Have Been Heard! The Holy Spirit is Bringing a Eucharistic Revival!

BREAKING!!! June 18, 2021: Our Prayers Have Been Heard!!! The USCCB just had their Spring General Assembly, and they enthusiastically agreed to “start a fire” of “Eucharistic Revival” nationwide!!! Read about

You Want to Normalize What? Knock It Off!

Let’s get something straight. We are neither fanatics nor extremists; we are only “staying home.” In other words, we are choosing to remain loyal to what civilized people have always

This is a Fight Between Rage & Division vs. Love & Unity

This is a historic time. The devil is emboldened like never before. My theory is God is allowing that to get it ALL exposed. What do we do? UNITE!! Don’t

Today is My 33rd Anniversary – I Love Being a Priest!

I cannot begin to describe how truly blessed I feel to have been a priest for 33 years. I can honestly say that I have never had one moment of regret

Being Hated by the World is a Badge of Honor

Being Hated by the World is a Badge of Honor From today’s Gospel … Jesus said to his disciples: “If the world hates you, realize that it hated me first.

Bishop Donald Hying’s statement on Archbishop Cordileone’s Pastoral Letter

  May 7, 2021 As a young priest, I encountered many people, men and women both, who were profoundly wounded by abortion. Their painful experiences led me to get involved