3 January, Tuesday — Being Intentional

Tuesday before Epiphany Sunday 1 Jn 2:29-3:6Jn 1:29-34 A man is coming after me who ranks before me... Sometimes we’re recognized as the best, top ranked, and sometimes we’re not. Chances are we’ve all reported to a person who was unqualified for the job they held. We may have even complained to friends and family, and even... Continue Reading →

23 October, Sunday — Signifying nothing…

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time Ecc 35:12-14,16-192 Tim 4:6-8,16-18Lk 18:9-14 The humble man’s prayer pierces the clouds… We’ve all encountered this person before – the one who talks incessantly AT you; who doesn’t give you any chance to say anything because they are too busy trying to put their point across; or who simply thinks... Continue Reading →

28 August, Sunday — Pride goes before a fall

22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Ecc 3:19-21,30-31Heb 12:18-19,22-24Lk 14:1,7-14 The greater you are, the more you should behave humbly… So if humility is so important, why is it so that people in high positions are so arrogant? Is it because rising to their lofty positions, they feel self-important that they forget where they came from?... Continue Reading →

12 May, Thursday – God’s plan for us

Thursday of the 4th Week of Eastertide Acts 13:13-25Jn 13:16-20 No servant is greater than his master I have always enjoyed watching period dramas; and the part that always interests me are the 'cloak and dagger' actions of the different subordinates whenever there is a change in the monarch. The power dynamics often shift and... Continue Reading →

16 April, Saturday — Easter Vigil

Dear Readers, The Easter Vigil Mass features a total of nine readings. It is an Oxygen tradition to have a reflection for each of these readings. This Easter, we feature a few of our regular contributors and welcome back Daryl. It is a long read, but we hope you enjoy the reflections and be inspired... Continue Reading →

25 March, Friday — Sacrifices

25 Mar – Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord The annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary by Gabriel the Archangel, that she was to be the Mother of God (Luke 1), the Word being made flesh through the power of the Holy Spirit. The feast probably originated about the time of the Council of Ephesus... Continue Reading →

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