Tag Archive | Peter

Experiencing the presence of the Risen Lord

Homily  for 3rd Sunday of Easter year C 2013 Wow! Time is really moving fast. It seems like Easter Sunday was only last Sunday, but we are now on the third Sunday of Easter. I hope that we are still in the Easter mood. I mean I hope we are taking each Sunday or each […]

Humility and trust: motives for Christian discipleship

Homily for 25th Sunday in Ordinary time  year B 23 September 2012 Last week and this week, the gospels being read from St Mark tell us of the real essence or the nature of discipleship– of our following Jesus. Last week Jesus told us that to follow him means three things: to renounce ourselves, to take […]

Personal Encounter with Jesus: ground for discipleship

Homily for 24th Sunday 2012 Today’s gospel gives us the ground of our Christian faith– the profession of faith in Jesus as the Christ, the messiah, the anointed one of God,  that Peter has confessed in Jesus. Peter has come to believe in Jesus as the Christ, not just one of the prophets, or  Elijah, […]

Seeing God through our neighbours…

6th Sunday of Easter B 2012 It was as a result of a vision that Peter agreed to go to the house of the centurion Cornelius. In the vision he had seen a huge sheet lowered from heaven, filled with all sorts of animals and birds, and he’d heard a voice telling him to kill and […]

Reflecting on John 21:1-14

As I skimmed through my notes and reflection or fruits of my thirty-day-retreat which I underwent 2 years ago, I found this meditation I had written on Jn 21:1-14. This was about Peter, after the death and Resurrection of Jesus. I wrote this is in a poetic form. Peter said, “I am going fishing,”   […]