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Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: In the story of the wedding at Cana, we hear the last words uttered by the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Bible: “Do whatever he tells you.” Mary doesn’t speak often in the Sacred Scriptures, but every time she does speak, her words overflow with wisdom. Mary was the very first…

Baptism of the Lord

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: The Baptism of the Lord shows us that Christ came to be immersed in our humanity, to be for us an example. Jesus came to lift us back into membership in God’s family. What God the Father tells Jesus after his baptism is what he wants to say to each one…

Epiphany of the Lord

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: The entire Church celebrates the Solemnity of Epiphany as the culmination of the liturgical seasons of Advent and Christmas. The Magi were led by a wonderous new star in the sky which guided them to Christ. This encounter with the King of Kings, our Saviour, fulfilled their longings for lasting peace, joy…

Mary, the Holy Mother of God

A week has passed since we celebrated Christ’s birth on Christmas. Most of the world has already left the message of Christmas far behind. But the Church has been spending these days in unceasing celebration and contemplation of this most astonishing event in the entire history of the world. Today we celebrate and contemplate the…

The Holy Family

Christ was born into a family. The Holy Family serves as a great example of how we need the structure of love & support by family. Let us pray that families be strengthened through their faith and sacrificial love.  

The Nativity of the Lord (Christmas)

Have yourself a messy little Christmas No human being would have planned God’s birth this way.   In the first Christmas we can find no superficial perfection, but so much messy, profound and unexpected beauty.   The Gospel was apparently not written     by Hollywood or by commercial marketers. What we’re inundated with on TV, in the flyers…

4th Sunday of Advent

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: Today’s first reading ends with these powerful words: “He shall be peace.” Isn’t that interesting? It doesn’t say that the Savior will bring peace, but that He is peace. Why is He peace? Because peace means wholeness. If we are not OK with God, then we can’t be at peace with…

3rd Sunday of Advent

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: The Third Sunday of Advent is Gaudete Sunday, the Sunday of rejoicing. That’s why today’s readings mention the word “joy” twelve times. Jesus didn’t come to intimidate and oppress us; he came to save us. Salvation, friendship with God, the fullness and security of living in communion with our Creator and…

2nd Sunday of Advent

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST: “In these days the liturgy constantly reminds us that ‘God comes’ to visit his people, to dwell in the midst of men and women and to form with them a communion of love and life: a family” (Pope Benedict XVI Angelus, 10 December 2006). God doesn’t create us and then forget…

1st Sunday of Advent

Advent is a time of waiting, of looking forward to a worldwide celebration of Christ’s first coming as well as anticipating his promised Second Coming at the end of history. The Church gives us this time in order to help us keep our lives in order and to help us re-focus on the really important…