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Homily for 30th Sunday in Ordinary time A 2014 For those of you who have used or still using Nokia phones, you might remember that every time you switch it on, you’ll see its slogan ‘Connecting people.’ I really took this slogan quite seriously when I got my first mobile phone. I established contacts and […]
Homily for 29th Sunday in Ordinary time year A 2014 In 2001, in my first year in the seminary, our rector volunteered some of us seminarians to join the nationwide prayer rally calling for the resignation of the then reigning President of the country. The president was accused of plundering billions of pesos which he […]
Homily for 28th Sunday in Ordinary time year A 2014 Our gospel today (Mt 22:1-14) reminds us of one important aspect of our Christian life- time with God. Having time with God and time for God form an essential part of our Christian journey in order to really grow in holiness and virtue and to […]
Homily for 27th Sunday in Ordinary time year A 2014 An epitaph found in a cemetery has a caption that’s really interesting. I even now plan to have it in my tombstone too. I should add it as a post-script in my last will. It says: Remember man, as you walk by, As you are […]