Month: August 2018

Jesus, the redeemer of the world was born and initiated into the Jewish culture, he grew up among Jews and must have known the importance of the ritual wash to his people. For the Jews do not eat unless they …

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Pope Francis recently apologised in the name of the Catholic Church in response to a disturbing revelation as noted in his apology letter; “In recent days, a report was made public which detailed the experiences of at least a thousand …

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For the past four Sundays, our readings have been on Jesus the bread of life. We have been talking about the Eucharist and its place in our lives, and today we conclude the discourse on the Eucharist. As we celebrate …

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Marriage, or the sacrament of matrimony in the Catholic Church has a very strong and unbreakable binding force that keeps those who go into it together in good times and in bad, till death do them part. It is a …

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The Israelites have very interesting history. They were slaves in Egypt, but liberated by God using Moses and Aaron. He made a way for them through the sea and led them out of the land of slavery, but they complained …

Homily for Eighteenth Sunday B Read More »