22 January, Friday — A New Covenant

Jan 22 – Memorial for St. Vincent, deacon and martyr St. Vincent of Saragossa (d. 304) was a friend of St. Valerius of Saragossa in Spain, and served as his deacon. He was imprisoned and tortured in Valencia, some of it by burning on a gridiron, for his faith. He converted the jailor and was finally… Continue Reading →

17 January, Sunday — Caretaker duty

Jan 17 — 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 1 Sam 3:3-10,191 Cor 6:13-15,17-20Jn 1:35-42 Your body…is the temple of the Holy Spirit… In my late teens and early twenties, I was fit and fab (I reckon most of us were). I went to the gym four times a week, played squash competitively and even earned some… Continue Reading →

16 January, Saturday — Step by Step

Jan 16 — Saturday of Week 1 in Ordinary Time Heb 4:12-16Mk 2:13-17 “Follow me.” The first week of ordinary time reminds us at every turn to have faith, trust God and act immediately at His voice. When we hesitate to act, we are easily confused at what we hear and what it ‘may have actually’… Continue Reading →

13 January, Wednesday – Fear Not

Jan 13 — Memorial for St. Hilary, bishop and doctor of the Church St. Hilary of Poitiers (315-368) was known as Athanasius of the West. He was born to wealthy polytheistic, pagan nobility. His early life was uneventful as he married, had children (one of whom was St. Abra), and studied on his own. Through his… Continue Reading →

12 January, Tuesday – Slow Faith

Tuesday of Week 1 in Ordinary Time Heb 2:5-12Mk 1:21-28 “I know who You are: the Holy One of God!” I have seen many videos and posts on social media, where the creators try hard to get as many people as possible to ‘like’ their posts. Once successful, these creators do get famous, often getting… Continue Reading →


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