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Homily for Christ the King Sunday year B 2012 The feast of Christ the King was instituted by Pope Pius XI in 1925. In his introduction to his encyclical Quas Primas (which explains the significance and the meaning of this feast in our Christian life and in our world), the Pope wrote: We referred to […]
Homily for 33rd Sunday in Ordinary time year B 2012 Many of us here might have heard of the story of Helen Keller. If you do, please bear with me if I have to repeat it to you because her story is such an inspiration that I can’t help but go back to it every […]
Homily for 32nd Sunday in Ordinary time year B 2012 Jesus in the gospel last Sunday summed up the commandments into one commandment of love- love of God and love of our neighbor as ourselves. Certainly many of us have our own ways of listening and fulfilling this commandment. Some of us went to a […]
Homily for 31st Sunday in Ordinary time year B 2012 Many of us might have heard of the extraordinary story of a Vietnamese Archbishop named Cardinal François Nguyen Van Thuan who was imprisoned by the communist government in Vietnam just three months after he was appointed coadjutor Archbishop of Ho Chi Minh (Saigon). He then […]