One can confidently call Pope Francis an apostle of mercy, for he has been on the side of mercy and simplicity of life. He declared an extraordinary jubilee year of mercy (8 December 2015 to 20 November 2016), allowing so …

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Our Lord Jesus Christ came into the world as man, not to condemn the Old Testament but to fulfill it. He came to explain the law and the prophets, to lead us beyond mere words, beyond the letters of the …

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Christianity in our generation is gradually losing its focus; it is gradually becoming mere entertainment, politics, physical manifestation of power, signs, and wonders. The object of focus is gradually shifting from eternal life in Christ to a beautiful life here …

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Today we celebrate the second Sunday of Easter and Divine Mercy Sunday; we continue to glory in the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Through the resurrection power of Jesus Christ, the Church is blessed with power and authority even …

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A few days ago, we celebrated the ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven, and in a week, we shall be celebrating Pentecost Sunday, the descent of the Holy Spirit. In-between the ascension and Pentecost Sunday is what one Rev. Fr. …

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Our readings this morning are very encouraging and reassuring of God’s mercy; we are encouraged today never to let our smallness, our weaknesses separate us from God but to challenge us to go close to God for strength.  The strength …

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The year 2016 as the jubilee year of mercy is no longer new to the catholic world. Every Catholic now knows that the Pope has declared the year 2016 as the year of mercy; however, not so many may know …

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