Month: June 2018

Our gospel reading today is a continuation of the gospel passage of the twelveth Sunday of year b, where Jesus and his apostles decided to cross over to the other side. I remember that on that Sunday in my homily …

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That the Blessed Virgine Mary attends every Mass sounds so weird; really a very strange way of thinking you may say. Before I continue, its good I let you know that this is not an official doctrine of the Catholic …

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John the Baptist was a great man, even Jesus praised his greatness. The Church specially celebrates his birthday, unlike the other saints. The Church mostly celebrates the feast days of saints on their birth day into heaven; the day they …

The nativity of John the Baptist Read More »

In our first reading this morning, we read about the promise of God. He promised that he was going to plant a cedar that will grow to become the biggest of all, a cedar that will grow to provide shade …

Homily for eleventh Sunday B Read More »

St. Augustine is famously known for his believe in the restlessness of the human heart; our hearts are restless until they rest in God, says St. Augustine. And Pope Francis reminds us never to let our hearts go to sleep …

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The Catholic Church once every year dedicates a Sunday for the celebration of the gift of communication; Communication Sunday. The power of communication cannot be over emphasized, especially in our world today that has recorded tremendous growth in communication technology. …

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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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