19 December, Saturday — A Promise is a Promise

Jgs 13:2-7,24-25Lk 1:5-25 Since you have not believed my words, which will come true at their appointed time… God sent the angel Gabriel to Zechariah with a promise of a miracle, which Zechariah found unbelievable. But even so, God still kept is word. He did not punish Zechariah for his lack of faith by withdrawing... Continue Reading →

20 October, Tuesday — On-Call Soldiers

Tuesday of Week 29 in Ordinary Time Eph 2:12-22Lk 12:36-38 “See that you are dressed for action and have your lamps lit.” As I was reflecting on today’s readings, I felt a sense of having to be ready -- just like a soldier at war. Sometimes, they sleep with their weapons. Someone’s always at watch. It also made... Continue Reading →

13 August, Thursday — Cancel the Debt

Aug 13 – Memorial for St. Pontian, pope, martyr, and St. Hippolytus, priest, martyr St. Pontian was among the first victims of an anti-Christian new emperor. Rounded up with the antipope Hippolytus, Pontian was deported to the labour mines. While imprisoned, Hippolytus reconciled his differences with Pontian and even ordered his followers to bring themselves back... Continue Reading →

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