Month: October 2015

Today, our liturgy begins with the antiphon; Let us all rejoice in the Lord and keep a festival in honour of all the saints. Let us join with the angels in joyful praise to the Son of God. Today we …

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The Catholic Church has canonized so many of her children as Saints. Very interesting and beautiful thing to do as Catholics, but to none Catholics and even some few Catholics, the idea of creating Saints raises a whole lot of …

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The three Readings for this Sunday show us God’s compassion, his fatherhood, definitively revealed in Jesus. In the midst of a national disaster, the people deported by their enemies, the prophet Jeremiah proclaims that “the Lord has saved his people, …

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We thank God as the synod on the family came to a close today with the Holy Mass celebrated by Pope Francis at St. peter’s basilica, Rome. The synod focused on the family and the mercy of God which the …

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The question about the necessity of the Sacraments for salvation has been asked by some people, they asked; do we need the sacraments to gain salvation? This is a question mostly asked by our none Catholic brethren, the reason for …

Sacraments and Salvation Read More »

The Augustinian family is very large, beautiful and interesting one. I did not really know much about the size and beauty of this family until I became part of it, and since then I have not for one day regretted …

The one big Augustinian family Read More »

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In the Catholic Church we often hear about the Doctors of the Church; not too many Catholics actually knows what this title is all about. For so many, they can only connect the word Doctor to one who is a …

The Doctors of the Church. Read More »

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“If we love one another, God abides in us and his love is perfected in us” (1 Jn 4:12). This Sunday’s Scripture readings seem to have been chosen precisely for this moment of grace which the Church is experiencing: the …

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In recent times, Pope Francis has laid emphasis on the family life, a very vital organ of the Church and to the society at large; it is the “first Church.” The family and the institution of marriage is been threatened …

The synod of bishops (To save the family) Read More »