Just as the dawn of each new day brings joy, the coming of Jesus, the Light of the world, causes us to rejoice. We, the Church, are called to bear witness to Christ by word and deed, in good times Read More …

There are very few special moments that will render me speechless. Last Sunday was one of them. I found myself in awe for all your loving support. It was such a beautiful and wonderful experience! My heartfelt gratitude to those Read More …

I thank God for the gift of my priestly vocation. Indeed, the Lord has done great things for me! It is a privilege to be the shepherd of this vibrant community. It’s amazing how fast it seems this year is Read More …

The first reading and the Gospel today present poor widows who sacrificially gave their whole lives and means of livelihood to God, symbolizing the supreme sacrifice Jesus would offer by giving His life for others. The sacrificial self-giving of the Read More …

The theological virtue of charity, is expressed in two dimensions: love of God and love of neighbor. In both these dimensions it is the fruit of the dynamism of Trinitarian life within us. Indeed, love has its source in the Read More …

At the beginning of the story in Mark’s gospel we saw a blind, an impoverished beggar sitting by the roadside and asking for help, reaching out to Jesus. Jesus does show a contrast here between His chosen disciples and the Read More …

Jesus and his disciples return to Galilee by an unusual route that takes them across the top of the Sea of Galilee into the largely Gentile region known as the Decapolis. It was in one of the “ten cities” that Read More …