Month: May 2017

Few days ago we celebrated the ascension of Jesus Christ, he promised to send the advocate, the Holy Spirit. After Jesus was taken up to heaven, we see in our first reading this morning that the apostles together with the …

Homily for the Seventh Sunday of Easter, A Read More »

The Virgin Mary is no doubt a key figure in the New Testament, a woman whose cult influenced the world so much. I recently wrote an article where I stated clearly that I am so much in love with this …

Catholic devotion to the Virgin Mary: controversial? Read More »

In our Creed we express our faith in God, maker of all things; visible and invisible. The visible is the material world while the invisible is the spirit world. God is Spirit, and in our first reading we see two …

Homily for Sixth Sunday of Easter, A Read More »

Two days ago I was invited by members of the Association of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary to talk to them about the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the abyss of all virtues. It was at St. …

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In our first reading this morning we see a drama we cannot overlook, a drama with both negative and positive interpretations. It happened when the number of the early Christians was increasing. There was a report of discrimination among the …

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I am so much in love with this woman, an amazing Virgin and Mother. She is the pride of the Catholic Church, the queen of all hearts, the Mother of her own saviour, and the Mother of her own redeemer. She …

A Woman Like No Other. Read More »

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 …

Homily for fourth Sunday of Easter, A Read More »