27Dec The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph

Even though we honour them as the Holy Family, it does not mean they never had problems to face, as every family must. Just as every Christian has a share in the cross of Christ, the Holy Family also experienced life's crosses...

20Dec 4th Sunday of Advent

We like to be the givers, the organizers, the achievers. To let others give to us is to acknowledge our need, our dependence, our limitations, and that does not always come easy...

13Dec 3rd Sunday in Advent

The Baptist was a voice crying in the wilderness, a voice to invite people into relationship with God. We too are asked to use our voice to make Christ known...

06Dec 2nd Sunday of Advent

Like a shepherd feeding his flock, gathering lambs in his arms, holding them to his breast, and gently leading the mother-ewes who are due to give birth...

29Nov 29 November, 2020. First Sunday of Advent

"Keep awake-for you do not know when the master of the house will come, in the evening, or at midnight, or at cockcrow, or at dawn, or else he may find you asleep when he comes suddenly. And what I say to you I say to all: Keep awake."

25Oct 25 October, 2020. 30th Sunday, Year A

25 October, 2020. 30th Sunday, Year A

Our Gospel celebrates the great commandment of love. To love our neighbour as God does, prejudices based on race, religion or colour have to go. The revelation at Mount Sinai prompted a sense …

18Oct 18 October, 2020.  29th Sunday, Year A

18 October, 2020.  29th Sunday, Year A

1st Reading: Isaiah 45:1, 4-6

Providence appointed king Cyrus to liberate Israel from the exile in Babylon

Thus says the Lord to his anointed, to Cyrus, whose right hand I have grasped to …

11Oct 11 October, 2020. 28th Sunday, Year A

11 October, 2020. 28th Sunday, Year A

By baptism we are called to the weding feast in the kingdom of God. But somehow, we need get a wedding garment, to take our place at the feast. While the Gospel invites …

04Oct 04 October, 2020. 27th Sunday, Year A

04 October, 2020. 27th Sunday, Year A

The church is the choice vineyard of the Lord, planted for a noble and productive purpose. Here we can grow to maturity in the sunshine of God’s grace. But the vineyard can fall …

27Sep 26th Sunday, Year A

St Paul practiced what he preached. Writing from his prison cell he still finds joy and hope and longs for final union with Christ ...




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