Deeply distressed at this, they began to say to him one after another, “Surely it is not I, Lord?” – Matthew 26:22 Have you ever been betrayed? Do you still remember how you felt? You can still feel the hurt and the tears like it was just yesterday, right? It’s an awful feeling we never…

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When we speak of authority, we equate it with power; hence, a person of authority is somebody who must be powerful. As such, we always see a person of authority as somebody way above us or different from ordinary folks, like government officials who command with power and influence. Our readings today show us a…

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Yeehaw!!! Finally, the year 2020 is set to pack and go. It has been an unusual and challenging year with natural disasters, global pandemic, social and political unrest.  Whatever has a beginning must also have an end. As the year comes to an end, St. John in today’s first reading draws our attention to the…

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