Tag Archive | Philippines
What does it mean to be a Christian today?
Homily for 23rd Sunday in Ordinary time year C 2013 I always wanted to be a priest since I was in my grade school years. As far as I can remember I was on my third grade that this desire to be a priest became so strong in me. But, I didn’t tell this to […]
Humility: Key to the Feast in the Kingdom
Homily for 22nd Sunday year C Ordinary time 2013 When I was still a seminarian in the Philippines I was assigned in my home parish one Holy week to help out in the Holy week activities. One of my jobs was to be a crowd controller for people wanting to go to confession . For […]
How committed are we to Christ and the gospel?
Homily for 14th Sunday in Ordinary time year C 2013 On my way back to Australia from the Philippines, I went through Singapore. I had to wait for six hours in the airport for my next flight to Australia. It was a long and boring wait. So to break the boredom of waiting, I started […]
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 […]