Month: November 2017

Today we celebrate the feast of Christ the universal king, and this feast marks the end of the Church’s liturgical calendar. It is a celebration we can consider ancient and new. It is ancient because God did not become king …

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Jesus tells another parable today, a very familiar one with beautiful messages. It is a parable popularly referred to as the parable of the talents. Even though this parable was originally directed at the Scribes and especially the Pharisees, it …

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As we approach the last Month of the year, we are reminded of the fact that each passing day brings us closer to our last day on earth. We all know that Christmas is approaching, and we all know that it …

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In our first reading this morning, the Lord says that he is a great king and the Lord of hosts, and his name is to be feared throughout the nations. In other words, there is no other king apart from …

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