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We are living in very difficult times. Despite the huge developments in the contemporary world, many still see living as a terrible burden to bear. In dire situations, as we have in many Covid-19 cases scenarios, there is often the feeling of despondency. This year has had an overdose of such situations of near hopelessness.…Read More
As we begin to move closer to the end of our Liturgical Year, today’s readings speak of the end times. In the First Reading, from the book of Revelation, John speaks of a vision he had in which the earth was ready for harvest. Indeed, the earth was harvested because the grapes were ripe, but…Read More
My dear friends, the gospel today has made a name for itself in the Scripture. The story is popularly known as the ‘widow’s mite’. The observation skills of Jesus and the generous sacrifice of the poor widow give itthe prominence it has acquired. It reflects the watchful eye of Jesus on genuine and sincere givers…Read More
Have you ever prayed for something and God answered your prayer, but the result wasn’t anything like you thought it would be? Well, that was me when I prayed for a husband who would be a leader. My Mom and Grandma always told me to keep a list of qualities I wanted in a husband…Read More
The perhaps seemingly harsh reading from the book of Revelation in today’s Liturgy can be compensated by the sweetness of the celebration of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. I would like to apply to our Lady the verse of the Alleluia taken from 2 Tim 1: 10: “Our Savior Jesus Christ has destroyed death and brought…Read More
The great blessing and price of following Jesus are both hinted at in today’s readings. The readings serve as important reminders as we draw closer to the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe this Sunday, which culminates the Church’s annual liturgical year and anticipates the triumphant joy we will have in heaven, provided…Read More
Salvation History is strewn with the storyline of humanity’s repeated struggles between allegiance to God and following the path of evil. The fall of Adam and Eve. Tower of Babel incident. The Golden Calf. Ancient Israel consorting with false Gods. Jesus is not unmoved by our rejection. In our Gospel passage for today LK 19:41-44, we witness…Read More
A typical Catholic Church building usually has the walls and windows adorned with great artistic designs and symbols, whose spiritual meaning a casual visitor may not immediately grasp. They are not simply for decoration; many of them are representatives of the different mysteries of our Christian faith, while others reflect some imagery descriptions found in…Read More
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