29 August, Monday — Secularism, materialism, individualism and relativism.

Aug 29 – The Beheading of St. John the Baptist To endure temporal agonies for the sake of the truth was not a heavy burden for such men as John; rather it was easily borne and even desirable, for he knew eternal joy would be his reward. Since death was ever at hand, such men considered... 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 →

29 July, Thursday — Two Kinds of Life

Jul 29 – Memorial for St. Martha Jesus liked to stay at the house of Martha, Mary and Lazarus, his friends at Bethany, when he was in Judaea. One of these visits has ever remained dear to Christian memory. On that occasion Martha, busily serving the Master, asked Him to persuade Mary to help her.... Continue Reading →

18 July, Sunday – Dividing Walls

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time Jer 23:1-6Eph 2:13-18Mk 6:30-34  ….and he has broken down the dividing wall In Ephesians today we hear, “…For he is our peace, who has made us both one, and has broken down the dividing wall of hostility,…” The dividing wall is a metaphor taken from the wall that divided the... Continue Reading →

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