Month: July 2017

The Wisdom of Solomon was and is still unrivalled, it is the promise of God that none before or after Solomon will be as wise as he. The queen of Sheba came all the way to test the Wisdom of …

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

Today, when I listen to news or go through the social media, I begin to wonder what this world would have been like if men were God. We hear all kinds of stories and see all kinds of disturbing videos …

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

A priest friend told me how he visited a particular Country and was given the privilege to preach the gospel in one of the Masses he concelebrated. He preached for about twenty minutes, and at the end he was told …

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Jesus exclaimed, “I bless you Father, Lord of heaven and of earth, for hiding these things from the learned and the clever and revealing them to mere children.” This is not a condemnation of intellectual power, but intellectual pride. It’s …

Homily for the fourteenth Sunday, A. Read More »

I once told a new convert to Catholicism that he needs to understand the Church very well to enjoy our way of worship. In many cases, our Catholic faith is enshrined, and our liturgy is full of signs and symbol …

Why the priest kisses the altar Read More »