Father Savage

Fr. Warren J. Savage, President of Project Reach Out, is a priest of the Diocese of Springfield, Massachusetts. He is an international and national speaker, lecturer, and mission preacher.

Fr. Savage has served as a parish priest, dean, educator, spiritual director, and administrator throughout Western Massachusetts, and is currently on the faculty for the Diocesan Permanent Diaconate Formation Program and the Religious Studies Department of the College of Our Lady of the Elms, Chicopee, MA.

Fr. Savage is the Director and Catholic Chaplain at the Albert and Amelia Ferst Interfaith Center, Westfield State University.

A member of the Academy of Homiletics, Fr. Savage is also a member of The Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality and a member and the past Vice President of the National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus. He has been involved in prison ministry and in ministry with people living with HIV/AIDS. He has done extensive work in the areas of lay ministry formation, youth ministry, social justice, anti-racism, multicultural and diversity training, and cross-cultural ministry in Africa and Central America.

Preaching the Gospel of Love in ways that touch the daily lives of the people, and offering deep spiritual insight coupled with practical ways to reach out to others, Fr. Savage's missions attract hundreds of people of all ages and from all walks of life.

Living Lent with Mercy - Reflections and prayers by Father Warren J. Savage
YouTube videos featuring Father Savage
Homily - June 2017
Homily - February 2017
The Great Bible Experiment
What does it mean to be Catholic?
How will this Pope be different?
Why did the Pope choose "Francis"?
The Pope's background
The Pope's vision
The Pope's World Day of Peace message
The Pope's views on the environment
Spiritual Poverty
Interfaith Dialogue
Human Trafficking
What does it mean to be a Catholic College?
Homily for Deacon's Retreat: Mt 22:15-21
Mindful Meditations for Lent Playlist