Month: October 2018

In our first reading today, the prophet Jeremiah prophesied about the coming freedom and restoration of the people of Israel. They were led into captivity as a result of their disobedience to God, they turned their back against the God …

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Our gospel passage this morning reminds me of the story about an old man and his two sons. The younger son lived far away from home while the senior son was always with their father. But the younger son who …

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In our first reading this morning from the book of wisdom, the writer, probably Solomon, prayed and he was given understanding or wisdom. He treasured this understanding above every other thing, he believes strongly that if theĀ  understanding he was …

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God created man and said, it is not good that man should be alone. I will make him a helpmate. So, God created all kinds of animals, but man found no helpmate in any. So, the Lord God made the …

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