Transfiguration Reflection Second Sunday of Lent

Transfiguration Reflection for Second Sunday of Lent Jesus took his disciples up a high mountain. Then Jesus led his disciples down the mountain. That mountain, by the way, was called Mt. Tabor. It was not the highest mountain that we know but because of the event that took place there, Mt. Tabor was regarded as…

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It took me years. Finally I understand Easter

It took me years. Finally I understand Easter! Not one or two, but it took me thirteen years… and finally, I understand Easter.  After I participated in the Easter vigil recently, I have come to understand Easter in these three perspectives: First, Easter makes me a star! Even if my journey is a journey with flickering lights…

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A Post-resurrection message:”Go back to Galilee!”

A Post-resurrection message:”Go back to Galilee!” The gospel today describes a post-resurrection event. After Jesus’ resurrection, he sent an order for the disciples to go back to Galilee. Galilee as we know, is a very special place where Jesus did his ministry. Galilee is where He cured the sick, cast out evil spirits, taught and…

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Love your enemies Matthew 5:43-48

Love your enemies Matthew 5:43-48 Lent Reflections “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you” Jesus is very famous because of the many miracles that He performed. But His reputation had also spread throughout the land because of His many teachings, which appeared to be new and contrary to what everyone believes and…

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Temptation in the Desert Matthew 4:1-11/Mark 1:12-15

The Temptation in the Desert Matthew 4:1-11/Mark 1:12-15 The temptation in the desert and the ministry in Galilee Mark 1:12-15 At once the Spirit drove him out into the desert, and he remained in the desert for forty days, tempted by Satan. He was among wild beasts, and the angels ministered to him. The Beginning of…

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