Month: July 2018

Has any traditional Catholic made heaven? This question may sound so crazy or even childish, especially when it’s coming from a Catholic priest. But I had to think aloud in response to the antagonistic tendencies of some Christians who spend …

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Our readings today draws attention to the ability of God to provide for his people, he knows our needs and he is able to provide. In the first reading, a man brought twenty barley loaves and fresh grain to the …

Homily for seventeenth Sunday B Read More »

I remember years ago as seminarians how we were been sent out to different parishes for some pastoral experience. Whenever we returned, we met with our master individually to share our experiences with him. It was more exciting when we …

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In my homily a week ago, I reflected on how we can go beyond the limit the world sets for us with the help of God. Jesus was rejected by his own people because they said he was supposed to …

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Recently I was reading some stuff posted on the internet by a lady named Lara Parker, she was talking about growing up. She presented 25 things she claims no one would tell you about growing up, and one of the …

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