ACCEPT DIFFERENCES, DISPEL INDIFFERENCE

  XXIII Ordinary Time B. (Marc 7:31-37) – By Fr. Fabien, sx. In this twenty-third Sunday in ordinary time, the liturgy invites us to ponder on the healing done by Jesus on a man who is a deaf-mute. These two handicaps, deafness and muteness, block him from communicating and entering into …

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Benefits of embracing God’s word

22th of Ordinary Time B – By Fr. Fabien, sx  The three readings of this twenty-second Sunday in ordinary time underscore the importance of welcoming and living the Word of God which gives us the benefits of living according to it, namely his commandment, statutes, and teachings that express His …

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Master, to whom shall we go?

XXI ORDINARY TIME B :John 6:60-69 – by Fr. Fabien, sx Three Sundays ago, we meditated on Jesus’ teachings about the “Bread of life.”  The Jews did not follow Jesus not because He was teaching the word of God but because they ate and filled their stomachs. When Jesus spoke …

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“Let us live wisely”

REFLECTION ON SUNDAY READINGS. 20th Sunday in ordinary time, year B. By Fr. Fabien kalehezo, sx The liturgy continues to present us the discourse of Jesus about the “Bread of life” that we have meditated on two Sundays ago. Today, let us focus our attention on what the writer says to …

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Second Sunday of Advent (A)

By Fr. Thiago, sx – The first Sunday of Advent season was inviting us to be vigilant in order to recognize the daily comings of the Lord in our lives and, at the same time, to be oriented towards his second coming in glory. Cardinal Newman, inspired by this invitation …

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