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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How humility can bring you to the Triumph of the Cross

How humility can bring you to the Triumph of the Cross How humility can bring you to the triumph of the cross? Learn from the Kenosis of Christ: A Lesson on Humility (Philippians 2:1-11) St. Paul, in his beautiful letter to the Philippians, made it clear that nothing can make one strong in spirit, firm…

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Daily Prayer to Keep Presence of God

Daily Prayer to Keep Presence of God Let us utter this prayer to keep the presence of God everyday in our life.   Lord, God Almighty, you have brought us safely to the beginning of this day. Defend us today by your mighty power, that we may not fall into any sin, but that all…

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Why does man desire God? Compendium of the CCC

Why does man desire God? CCC 27-30, 44-45 Why does man have a desire for God? God himself, in creating man in his own image, has written upon his heart the desire to see him. Even if this desire is often ignored, God never ceases to draw man to himself because only in God will…

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Canaanites pagans foreigners – love without favorites!

Canaanites pagans foreigners – love without favorites!   Canaanites? Pagans? Foreigners? Who are they? In the readings today, these three groups of people were specially mentioned. But who are they? They are none other than the outcasts, the alienated from society, those who were considered “unbelievers”, “unworthy”, “unclean”, “sinners”. But how did it happen that to the…

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