Gospel Reflections


Gospel Reflections

Spiritual growth and inspiration.
1st Sunday of Advent | Watchfulness of a Patient and Converted Life
First Sunday of Advent (B) The last note of the previous liturgical year ends with the Lucan Jesus advising us to “be vigilant at all times” (Lk. 21:34) leaving each Christian’s heart to who are now entering the portal of ...
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Christ the King | Reflection – The Kingship of the Christ
The Kingship of the Christ Solemnity of Christ the King (A) Jesus is King. There is no doubt about it. In His lifetime and especially concentrated in His ministry, Jesus preaches about the Kingdom of God His Father. Moreover, in ...
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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time | Reflection – Be Clever as well!
Be Clever as well! (MT 25:14-30 ) 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time The Gospel reading tells us candidly: be clever as well! The message is in the context of preparation as we now enter the last weeks of Ordinary Time. The ...
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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time | Reflection – It’s Time to Focus and Commit Fully
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) WIS 6:12-16 PS 63:2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 1 THES 4:13-18 OR 4:13-14 MT 25:1-13 _______________________________________ All of us are called to share in the Wedding Feast of the Lamb (cf. Rev. 19:9). This is ...
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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time | Reflection – It’s Time to Focus and Commit Fully
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) WIS 6:12-16 PS 63:2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 1 THES 4:13-18 OR 4:13-14 MT 25:1-13 _______________________________________ All of us are called to share in the Wedding Feast of the Lamb (cf. Rev. 19:9). This is ...
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All Saints Day | Reflection – The Celebration of Saints: Inspiration, Participation and Intercession
“We, the Christian community, assemble to celebrate the memory of the martyrs with ritual solemnity because we want to be inspired to follow their example, share in their merits, and be helped by their prayers.” Saint Augustine, Against Faustus, 20, ...
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30th Sunday in Ordinary Time | Reflection – The Command of Love
The Command of Love 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) We are always fascinated by the divine gift of love. The fascination is rooted from our very being. Human beings are fascinated by spiritual properties of love. But, more than ...
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The Hidden Meanings of Naming | Homily
Homily | Wednesday, 14th Week in Ordinary Time Saint John was named as ‘John’ in order to reveal through his name and the totality of his life, the call that was in store for him. Names indeed, are also statements ...
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