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God is the reason

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 247 total views Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C, 31 July 2022 Ecclesiastes 1:2, 2:21-23 ><}}}*> Colossians 3:1-5, 9-11 ><}}}*> Luke 12:13-21 My former parish, photo by Mr. Gelo Nicolas Carpio, January 2020. Last Friday I officiated at the funeral Mass of a younger first cousin; a week earlier, I had anointed him with Oil

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Praying like Jesus, to become like Jesus

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 253 total views Jesus today wraps up the three consecutive Sundays of his “to do” instructions every disciple must do to inherit eternal life while on his way to Jerusalem. The other week he taught us through the parable of the good Samaritan that “what we must do to inherit eternal life” is to be a neighbor to

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Meeting Jesus who comes as guest

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 414 total views Immediately after Jesus our “Good Samaritan” had told this parable on his way to Jerusalem last Sunday, Luke now tells us the Lord making a stop over at the home of two sisters named Martha and Mary. The two ladies were of contrasting attitudes in receiving Jesus as guest that he took it as an

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Free and faithful in Christ

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 178 total views “Free and Faithful in Christ” by the late Redemptorist Fr. Bernard Haring is one of my favorite textbooks in the seminary that I have kept all these years not because I love moral theology but due to its title I have found so true especially in life and ministry. The more we love Jesus

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Corpus Christi: Everybody a somebody

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 307 total views Aweek after celebrating the Solemnity of the Blessed Trinity, we celebrate today the reality of this mystery of our personal God who relates with us with the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. This Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ reminds us of the great honor of

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The Holy Trinity, our Life and Love

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 359 total views Surveys worldwide say that for most Christians, to speak of God as the Blessed Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit does not matter that much at all. They simply believe in God, period. But sad to say, the same surveys say that many Christians are turning away from the Church, imitating

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Pentecost for “top gun” Christians

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 397 total views Today we close the Easter Season with the Solemnity of Pentecost, 50 days after the Resurrection of Jesus when he sent the Holy Spirit to his Apostles gathered with his Mother the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Upper Room in Jerusalem. As promised by Jesus at his Last Supper, the Holy Spirit which

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