Month: August 2019

It is almost a universally accepted feelings that the wish of a dying person carries some level of importance, and that explains how significantly important Jesus’ giving of his Mother to John was to him in his last moments on …

The priceless Gift from the cross Read More »

The Month of August is truly Augustinian, a Month the Augustinian family with great excitement joins the universal Church to specially celebrate the feasts of St. Monica (27th) and her son St. Augustine (28th). The amazing story of a mother …

The feast of saints Monica and Augustine Read More »

The Catholic Church teaches and celebrates the queen-ship of the Blessed Virgin Mary which flows from the kingship of Jesus Christ. This certainly provokes the spirit of protest in many none Catholics who rejects and insist on the none biblical …

Her queenship points to your identity Read More »

Jesus preaching from one town to another and making his way to Jerusalem, someone asked him, “Lord, will only a few be saved? The seriousness and the heavy weight of Jesus’ teachings may have triggered the question; Lord, will only …

Homily for twenty-first Sunday, year C Read More »

The rainbow signifies for me a divine establishment of a covenantal relationship between heaven and earth

The prophet Jeremiah was a great prophet of God even though some people saw him as a prophet of doom because he spoke the truth. He was ignored and maltreated; some refer to him as the weeping prophet. He warned the …

Homily for twentirth Sunday, year C Read More »

“Vanity of vanity, the Preacher says. Vanity of vanity. All is vanity!” This reminds me of what I once told a close friend. We were together listening to national news on the national TV, and they showed and talked about …

Homily for eighteenth Sunday C Read More »