Month: January 2016

In my homily a week ago, I strongly preached against the abuse of God’s gifts. I stressed the fact of how some Catholics are letting the gifts of God meant for the good and unity of the Church divide them, …

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The word sacramental is so very familiar to Catholics, it is a word we hear almost daily. Very familiar as it may be, so many Catholics confuse it for what it is not. This confusion is two-dimensional; the misunderstanding of …

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The sacrament of the Holy Eucharist is the center of our worship as Catholics, everything we do revolves round this sacrament. If the Eucharistic table (The altar) is taken out of the Catholic Church, then it is as good as …

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In our first reading this morning, Ezra the priest brought the book of the Law; the scripture, and read it to the people from morning till noon. The people listened to the word of God as Ezra read and explained …

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Pope Francis in the traditional Angelus audience appeared before the world yesterday in St. Peter’s Square, to challenge us once again. Yesterday the whole Church celebrated the feast of the baptism of the Lord, and before the Angelus the Pope …

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We are very familiar with people wearing rings on their fingers for various purposes. It could be just for the purpose of fashion, engagement and  marriage, a means of identification by different groups, a symbol of power and authority. For …

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