Month: June 2017

Traveling in our generation is made much easier and exciting even though many of the roads are not wonderful. I believe it is far better than the days of Elisha, they never thought of or even imagined traveling by air …

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In our first reading we see the attempt to terrorize the prophet Jeremiah, but he refuses to be terrorized or intimidated by terrorism. He hears so many disparaging him, terror from every side. Those who used to be his friends …

Homily for the Twelfth Sunday, year A. Read More »

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In the gospel according to John (Jn. 4:1-42), Jesus engaged a Samaritan woman in a discussion, it was beside Jacob’s well in a Samaritan town called Sychar. One point led to the other and the woman brought up the issue …

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The Solemnity we celebrate today, Corpus Christi or the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ dates back to the 13th century, though it celebrates something much older. The word of God did not take flesh in the 13th century just …

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Today we celebrate the solemnity of the Holy Trinity, the mystery of the three persons in one Godhead. This is a mystery, we cannot fully understand it just as it is written in Isaiah 55:8-9; for my thoughts are not …

Homily for Trinity Sunday, A Read More »