13 Aug 2018: ‘St Peters Fish’

Monday of the Nineteenth Week in Ordinary Time Reading 1:Ez 1:2-5, 24-28C;  Gospel: Mt 17:22-27 ‘St Peters fish’ is a delicacy St Peters  restaurant in Israel. Those who have...

08 August 2018; In Search of the Lost Sheep

Memorial of Saint Dominic, Priest Reading 1 Jer 31:1-7; Gospel Mt 15: 21-28 Tyre and Sidon were considered traditionally the pagan region northwest of Jewish territory. And Canaanites...

02 Aug 2018: To Be That Place Where the Son of Man Can Lay...

Thursday of the Seventeenth Week in Ordinary Time Reading 1: Jer 18;1-6; Gospel: Mt. 13: 47-53 The Gospel of today is with full of questions. Jesus...

01 Aug 2018: Have you found the treasure and the Pearl?

Saint Alphonsus Liguouri, Bishop and Doctor of the Church Reading 1: Jer 15:10, 16-21; Gospel: Mt 13:44-46 My heart is restless until they rest in you. These words of...

31 July 2018: The Beacons of God’s Salvific Will

Memorial of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Priest Reading 1: Jer 14:17-22; Gospel: Mt 13:36-43 In the Gospel of today we see Jesus beautifully explaining the meaning of the...

30 July 2018: Greatness in Small Things

Monday of the Seventeenth Week in Ordinary Time Reading 1: Jer 13: 1-11; Gospel: Mt. 13: 31-35 God sees greatness in little things. Greatness is found...

The Serenity in Christ

Lord give me the serenity to change the things I can, to accept the things that I can and to know the difference between...

The Seeds of the Kingdom

A constant sight during the onset of monsoons is the sowing of seeds. The farmer needs to prepare his farmland for maximum utilization of...

To those who have more will be given

Jesus brought about the kingdom of God with values that contrasted those that the world upheld. He upheld compassion, justice, mercy and authentic discipleship....

Treasures in Vessels of Clay

Feast of Saint James, Apostle 1st Reading 2 Cor 4:7-15 ; Gospel: Mt 20:20-28 The life of a Christian is a life of paradoxes. As the hymn...

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