Month: May 2018

In many parts of the world today, especially in Africa, violence against women and children is becoming rampant. And more evil is the taking up of arms against the unborn, and they call it victory against the Church. Ireland! Ireland!! …

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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 …

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Are you born again? Wow! You may exclaim and say; he sounds like a none Catholic! Yes; I think so myself. Many people seem to have a very erroneous understanding of the Catholic Church’s attitude towards the term, “born again”. …

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Before the passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, he prayed for his apostles, he consecrated them, he ordained them and handed his ministry over to them. In this prayer of consecration, Jesus reveals that the apostles were specially chosen by …

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Today we celebrate the ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven, a feast that seem to emphasize the departure of Jesus Christ from his apostle and from all of us. But it is actually a feast that celebrates his mysterious and …

Homily for Ascension Sunday, year B Read More »

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In our first reading today, Peter went to the house of Cornelius and he talked about how God has no  favorite. We are all God’s children, God sent his Son to die for all of us and not for a few. Anyone …

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