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Sunday Reflections

Third Sunday of Advent

Third Sunday of Advent

Advent 3rd Sunday - Dec 17, 2017

13/12/2017 10:50

The third Advent Sunday is called “Gaudete Sunday” because on this day the Mass (in its Latin, pre-Vatican II form), began with the opening   antiphon: “Gaudete   in   Domino semper” --“Rejoice in the Lord always.” 


Christ the King

Christ the King

Christ the King - Nov 26, 2017

23/11/2017 10:08

The feast Christ the King challenges us to see Jesus in everyone, especially those whom our society considers the least important, and to treat each person with love, mercy and compassion as Jesus did.


Parable of the talents

Parable of the talents- using gifts of God

XXXIII Sunday - Nov 19, 2017

15/11/2017 14:37

The theme of the three readings is an invitation to live in such a way that we make the best use of the talents God has given us.


XXXI  Liturgical Sunday

XXXI Liturgical Sunday

XXXI Sunday - November 05, 2017

02/11/2017 13:01

A strong invitation to render humble, committed and loving service to others in the community is the main theme of all three of day's readings. 


XXX Sunday

XXX Sunday

XXX Sunday - Oct 29, 2017

24/10/2017 15:15

The central theme of the readings is the greatest Commandment in the Bible, namely to love God and express it in action by loving Him in our neighbor.


A certain king celebrated the wedding feast of His Son.

A certain king celebrated the wedding feast of His Son.

XXVIII Sunday, October 15, 2017

10/10/2017 09:00

Scripture readings offer us a standing invitation to the everlasting joy of the Heavenly banquet and a loving warning to stay ever ready for this Heavenly banquet. 


XXVII Liturgical Sunday

XXVII Liturgical Sunday

XXVII Sunday, October 08, 2017

03/10/2017 11:04

The theme of the  readings is the necessity of bearing fruit in the Christian life. 


26th Sunday

26th Sunday

XXVI Sunday, October 1, 2017

26/09/2017 15:25

The day's Scripture passages warn us that it is our final decision for or against God, that is, our choosing to obey Him gracefully by doing His will or our choosing to go against His will, which will decide our eternal reward or eternal punishment.