Month: April 2016

I am very much interested in our first reading this morning because it reflects exactly what is happening in our society today, it reminds us of the challenge before us to rise to defend the faith of our fathers just …

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An Augustinian friar is a Catholic who follows Christ Jesus in the Augustinian spirit and affiliated to the Order of St. Augustine. Though he is a member of the Augustinian family worldwide, he must be of a particular circumscription. So, …

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In our world today many people are no longer interested in the meaning of the names they bear, people nick name themselves and answer all sorts of names . I believe that there is power in names,  God himself had …

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Not so many Catholics may know that Pope Francis has revised the understanding of the traditional holy Thursday foot-washing. This revisal is not anti-Catholic or anti-Christian message, it is not against the message of Jesus Christ but rather a greater insight …

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Today is the fourth Sunday of Easter, good shepherd Sunday and a day set aside by the Church to specially pray for vocation to the priesthood and the religious life; hence the name vocation Sunday. Jesus said he is the …

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Satan does not only hate the Blessed Virgin Mary, he also fears her a lot. They are great enemies just as he the devil is a great enemy to all Mary’s children. I call their enmity a great one because God …

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We are still celebrating Easter, we still glory in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection of Jesus means more than just rising from the dead to a believer, it is our restoration. Unless we learn to see the death …

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The Catholic Church teaches that all sins are not equal, or to make the point clearer for your understanding, the Church teaches that all wrong doing is sinful but not all sins are deadly. The Church distinguishes between mortal and …

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Today we celebrate the second Sunday of Easter and Divine Mercy Sunday, we continue to glory in the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Through the resurrection power of Jesus Christ, the Church is blessed with power and authority even …

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