The Church is essentially missionary in nature: its supreme task is to proclaim the onset of the Kingdom of God. Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C, 3 July 2022
Jesus’ instruction to his followers to bring peace and healing is also a call for us today. Fourteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Year C, 3 July 20222.
Let’s pray this week for the grace of freedom in being able to accept unconditionally God’s will for us. Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C, 26 June 2022.
Messiah and Son of God though he is, this status will not exempt him from treading the ordinary human part of suffering and death. Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C, 26 June 2022.
The Eucharist is a present and ever-new event in our own daily lives and actions.
The Eucharist is meant to be the way in which the post-Easter community continues to experience and celebrate the hospitality of God, a pledge and foretaste of the banquet of the final Kingdom.
This week we pray for the grace to always do justice, act kindly, and walk humbly with our God. Feast of The Most Holy Trinity Year C, 12 June 2022.
The sense of Three Persons in the One God came into being as a way of expressing the Christian sense of being drawn into the divine communion of love.
The Spirit communicates to believers a sense of the intimacy with God that is theirs as sons and daughters in union with Christ.
Let us celebrate and ask to feel a sense of Spirit-filled awareness and joy, as we pray that we may work with Trinity and each other in the service of the Church. Pentecost Sunday Year C, 5 June 2022.
The Ascension is the feast that celebrates the hope that Jesus’ triumph will ultimately be ours as well. Feast of the Ascension Year C, 29 May 2022.
We are invited, just as the first disciples were, to become joyful followers of Christ. The Ascension of the Lord Year C, 29 May 2022.