Fr. Brice Higginbotham

About Fr. Brice Higginbotham

Father Brice Higginbotham is a priest of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux in Louisiana, currently serving as parochial vicar at Christ the Redeemer in Thibodaux. Ordained to the Sacred Order of Presbyter in 2017, Father Brice graduated from St. Joseph Seminary College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts: Philosophy and from Notre Dame Seminary with a Master of Arts degree in Theological Studies: Sacred Scripture. In addition to his responsibilities as parochial vicar, Father Brice works with the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux’s Office of Communications to produce weekly catechetical videos regarding Scripture, liturgy, and everyday life.

Homilies for March 2019

For Mar. 3, Mar. 10, Mar. 17, Mar. 24, and Mar. 31. 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time – March 3, 2019    Readings: Sir 27:4–7 • Ps 92:2–3, 13–16 • 1 Cor 15:54–58 • Lk 6:39–45 The Discipline of the Disci … [Read more...]

My Jesus, Where Do You Live?

John 1:38 and the Trinitarian Intimacy of Christian Discipleship

Introduction In John 1:38, Andrew and another disciple pose the following question to Jesus: “Rabbi, where do you live [Gk. méno]?” What do they mean? Certainly, on one level, they want to indicate their desire to come under the tutelage of … [Read more...]