Father James Bromwich has just recently released his second book entitled Every Human Matters. Many of you may remember Fr. Bromwich, who was a priest in the Archdiocese of Louisville, Kentucky, as one of our celebrants for the Helpers Mass.
Fr. Bromwich and Fr. Daniel Whelan, who was Louisville Helpers first spiritual director, were invited by Bishop Kevin Rhoades of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Indiana, to begin the process of forming a new Oratory of St. Philip Neri in May 2012.
An apostolate coming from this effort is Neri Institute whose primary objective is to work toward the evangelization of culture through engaging the question, “Who are we?” This is done by promoting Human Dignity and Building a Culture of Truth through Natural Law by offering consultations and workshops for Government and Elected officials, Business leaders, Religious leaders, and Healthcare workers.
His recent work, Every Human Matters explores pro-life issues from the perspective of our “humanness,” helping the reader find new ways to both think and talk about them. It also examines contemporary culture and the different ways people come to decide what is right and what is wrong, as well as methods to deal with hostile opponents.