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The Four Corners in our Christian discipleship
Homily for 12th Sunday in Ordinary time year C 2013 Just minutes before saying the mass in Eaglehawk last week, I received a text message from my sister in the Philippines that my 18-year old nephew had died. He had been diagnosed of Leukaemia for 4 years and since then I had been supporting him […]
If only we realize how much God loves us….
Homily for 11th Sunday in Ordinary time year C 2013 One of the strong messages in our gospel today is the beauty of realizing how much we are loved by God despite our being a sinner. When we realized how much we are loved by God things slowly change in us. We would have a […]
Feeling sorry- and doing something about it: Our Call
Homily for 10th Sunday in Ordinary time year C 2013 About four years ago my 14-year-old nephew was diagnosed with Leukaemia. For only a few months after the initial diagnosis, he went downhill very quickly. His elbows and knees were swelling and that made him unable to walk. My family told me this while I […]
Feast of Corpus Christi: A call to become Eucharistic people
Homily for the feast of the Body and Blood of our Lord (Corpus Christi) year C 2013) Today we celebrate the feast of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi). In the thirteenth century there were two significant events that motivated the institution of this feast. First there was a debate about […]