Our first reading this morning reminds us of the gospel passage we read a week ago about how some hired servants saw injustice in the landowner’s generosity and complained. In our first reading this morning, the people of Israel saw …

Homily for the Twenty-sixth Sunday, year A. Read more »

I have observed in some parishes, just as you may have, that at Mass, during the distribution of the Holy Communion where lay people are involved in the distribution, some communicants deliberately switch lines to avoid receiving the holy communion …

Can a lay man distribute holy communion? Read more »

Many none-Catholics are so interested in what the Catholic Church teaches about certain things; they want to know what the Church says. The effort put into trying to know the mind of the Church to best criticize and discredit her …

The Rosary in the Bible Read more »

We are gradually approaching the end of the advent season. Next Sunday will be the last Sunday before the  Christmas season begins. As we approach Christmas, we are reminded today of the need to be happy. Christmas is God’s gift …

Homily for third Sunday of advent C Read more »

The Catholic Church decided some years ago to be reminding herself of the need to constantly renew her commitments to evangelize the world. The world mission Sunday which is celebrated in October every year is the day set aside by …

Message for World Mission Sunday 2015 Read more »