4 January, Tuesday — Active Anticipation

Tuesday after Epiphany Sunday 1 Jn 4:7-10Mk 6:34-44 “Give them something to eat yourselves.” I just love the story of the 'Feeding of the Five Thousand'! I know that the five thousand just refers to the men who were present, and did not include the women and children also present at the miracle.  I love... Continue Reading →

2 January, Sunday — Embracing the Light!

Jan 2 - The Epiphany of the Lord Epiphany, also known as Theophany in the east, is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God incarnate as Jesus Christ. The traditional date for the feast is January 6. However, since 1970, the celebration is held in some countries on the Sunday after January 1.  Wikipedia Isa 60:1-6Eph 3:2-3,5-6Mt 2:1-12 At... Continue Reading →

27 October, Wednesday — Becoming True Disciples

Wednesday of Week 30 in Ordinary Time Rm 8:26-30Lk 13:22-30                                                                                            “I do not know where you come from” I recently spent some time at a club. Having not been there in a while, I proceeded to the counter and was asked to show my membership card. Having done so, I was allowed to go to... Continue Reading →

26 October, Tuesday — Ultimate Glory

Tuesday of Week 30 in Ordinary Time Rm 8:18-25Lk 13:18-21                                                                                               ...what we suffer in this life can never be compared to the glory… which is waiting for us. My friend, 'B', recently passed away, to my utter shock. I miss my friend dearly. I remember all the times we used to hang out together in... Continue Reading →

25 October, Monday — Be unafraid to be led by the Spirit

Monday of Week 30 in Ordinary Time Rm 8:12-17Lk 13:10-17                                                                                               But the synagogue official was indignant because Jesus had healed on the sabbath... Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has been subject to new laws and regulations relating to lockdowns, the number of persons who can dine out together, or even the... Continue Reading →

24 October, Sunday — Enablers or Disablers?

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time Jer 31:7-9Heb 5:1-6Mk 10:46-52                                                                                               ‘Courage’, they said 'get up; he is calling you’ Today’s Gospel talks about the blind man who calls out to Jesus, asking to be healed of his blindness. This particular story talks about unabashed faith; about being unafraid to step up and call out to our... Continue Reading →

7 September, Tuesday — Logical Faith

Tuesday of Week 23 in Ordinary Time Col 2:6-15Lk 6:12-19                                                                                               “Make sure that no one traps you and deprives you of your freedom by some second-hand, empty, rational philosophy based on the principles of this world instead of on Christ.” Some time ago, I was watching a Youtube video about how it was irrational to... Continue Reading →

6 September, Monday — Making Uncomfortable Choices

Monday of Week 23 in Ordinary Time Col 1:24-2:3Lk 6:6-11                                                                                               “...is it against the law on the sabbath to do good, or to do evil; to save life, or to destroy it?” Working in a bank as a relationship manager, I was required to sell investment products such as unit trusts, which are invested in... Continue Reading →

5 September, Sunday — The Truly Important

23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Isa 35:4-7Jas 2:1-5Mk 7:31-37                                                                                                   “... your God is coming, vengeance is coming...” I have recently been watching a particular channel on Youtube, which features 'morality' stories. Essentially, the basic premise of the videos is this -- the initial part showcases some prejudice or some erroneous viewpoint. As the story unfolds,... Continue Reading →

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