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25th Sunday in Ordinary Time

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: “Whoever wants to be first must be last of all and servant of all” Mk 9:35 Greatness in Christ’s Kingdom is equated with humility, an attitude of the heart that puts the good of others ahead of one’s own preferences: it’s self-giving, not self-getting.  He doesn’t say to his apostles, “Don’t…

24th Sunday in Ordinary Time

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: A letter by St Boniface The careful shepherd watches over Christ’s flock. In her voyage across the ocean of this world, the Church is like a great ship being pounded by the waves of life’s different stresses. Our duty is not to abandon ship but to keep her on her course….

23rd Sunday in Ordinary time

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: Jesus tells us at the Last Supper: “Do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid” (John 14:27). He doesn’t say, “Don’t worry when your hearts are troubled,” No — he actually tells us: “Do not let your hearts be troubled.” He knows that we live in a fallen world and…

22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Discover Your Spiritual Gifts Christ told his disciples “I have come not to be serve, but to serve and to give my life….” (Mt 20:28). Living as disciples requires us to live with the same attitude. There is a great paradox when we serve: we receive so much more in return. The Church asks each…

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jesus teaches us through today’s Gospel pericope that our faith in Him has been granted to us as a gift from the Father. As we receive and consume the Precious Body and Blood of Jesus, let us ask for the grace to respond with ever greater love to the Eternal Word, the Holy One of…

20th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Today is the 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time. We hear in today’s reading “whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood, remains in me”. Let us prepare our hearts for this important moment of our week.

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This month of August on the 8th we Catholics celebrate the liturgical feast day of the Transfiguration of the Lord. This mystery of Jesus ascending the mountain with Peter, John and James is recounted in all three Synoptic gospels of Matthew17:1–8, Mark 9:2–8, Luke and alluded to in John 1:14. Jesus brought with him these…