10 October, Saturday — Trust in God

Saturday of Week 27 in Ordinary Time Gal 3:22-29Lk 11:27-28 The Lord remembers his covenant forever These past nine months has been hard for everybody. The disruption to all our schedules and routines because of COVID-19 has been something which has affected all industries, and every individual across ages and countries. It is indeed amazing... Continue Reading →

7 October, Wednesday — A Love Letter

Oct 7 – Memorial for Our Lady of the Rosary This day was originally observed as the Feast of Our Lady of Victory. Its date was chosen to commemorate the European victory at the third naval Battle of Lepanto in 1571. This battle marked the high point of Turkish (Muslim) advance on European soil with... Continue Reading →

31 July, Friday – Friends of Jesus

Jul 31 – Memorial for St. Ignatius of Loyola, Priest St. Ignatius (1491-1556) was wounded in the leg by a cannonball at the siege of Pampeluna on 20 May 1521, an injury that left him partially crippled for life. During his recuperation the only books he had access to were The Golden Legend, a collection... Continue Reading →

30 July, Thursday — Undoing our wrongs

Jul 30 – Memorial for St. Peter Chrysologus, Bishop & Doctor An adult convert, St. Peter (406-450) fought paganism and heresy, enforced reforms, and built several churches and ornate altars in his see. A preacher with outstanding language skills, he was given the name ‘Chrysologus’, referring to his ‘golden word’. 176 of his sermons have... Continue Reading →

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