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Baptism of the Lord

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST:   Baptism and Reconciliation are closely related, in that both sacraments are a new creation. More wonderful than the Divine creation of all the origin of the heavens and the earth, is the infusion of God’s life in our soul at Baptism. We are so loved by God, not because of what we could…

Epiphany of the Lord

The journey of the Three Wise Men who followed a star to Bethlehem, a journey which the entire Church celebrates on the Solemnity of Epiphany is like a living parable. The core of the parable is the Magi’s journey: The Magi undertook a journey to encounter God. And isn’t that what every Christian life is,…

Christmas

“The enchanting image of the Christmas crèche, so dear to the Christian people, never ceases to arouse amazement and wonder. The depiction of Jesus’ birth is itself a simple and joyful proclamation of the mystery of the Incarnation of the Son of God. The nativity scene is like a living Gospel rising up from the…

4th Sunday of Advent

SERVING OTHERS:   Once of old days yonder, communities would celebrate the hope of Advent with friends and families gathering to sing Christian carols of good tiding door to door to those in their community who are shut-ins. Here’s a wonderful way you, your family and friends can keep this hope alive, by organizing a visit this 4th week…

3rd Sunday of Advent

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Calgary has launched a year-end challenge called #iamblessed. This challenge is designed to promote a culture of giving – through acts of kindness, financial donations and prayer. We hope to engage the faithful in declaring God’s blessings in their lives and for them to, in turn, bless others. Grab some…

2nd Sunday of Advent

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST:  John the Baptist kept on pointing to Jesus, not to himself, bearing witness to Jesus, not to himself, trying to get them to look at Jesus and believe in him. We are called to be partners in building up Christ’s Kingdom, but he is the Savior of the world, not us. We,…

1st Sunday of Advent

Ah what a joyful Christmas carol which warms our hearts with the spirit of readiness for the birth of Christ. Many of us are already pulling out our ornaments and nativity sets to fill our homes with this festive reception for the Christ child born to us; yet, have we considered the importance of readying…

Christ the King Sunday

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: “But we preach Christ crucified, a stumbling block to Jews and folly to Gentiles, but to those who are called, both Jews and Greeks, Christ the power of God and the wisdom of God. For the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than…

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: Prayerfully consider Jesus’ words from today’s Gospel reading about how God is the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, even though they had been dead for many centuries. God is still their God because “he is not God of the dead, but of the living.” Now imagine meeting in heaven the…

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time

Getting back to Catechesis: So what is All Souls Day again? All Souls Day isn’t as old as the Feast of All Saints but does date back more than 1000 years. The feast is celebrated to pray for the souls in Purgatory. “On this day is observed the commemoration of the faithful departed, in which…