Monthly Archives: October 2012

homily hints for xx1X Sunday, 21 Oct. 2o12

” For the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many” Jesus came to serve, to redeem, to save you and I from sin! Jesus served … Continue reading

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Perpetua: A Testimony of True Witness for New Evangelization

Vibia Perpetua was a newly married woman of good family. And upbringing in North Africa during the early times when the Church faced persecutions. She was among a number of young catechumens who were arrested. Some of them included Revocatus … Continue reading

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Seeking God Today as the One and the True

I seek God as the One, the True, the Good and the Beautiful. I equally know Him as the One, the True, the Good and the Beautiful. Seeking God as the One, is my life of intellectual and emotional pursuit … Continue reading

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Vatican II and the Catechism in the Year of Faith

The Second Vatican Council Fathers, in the sixteen documents expressed deep faith in God and in the Church as she communicates the light of the Truth to modern world. Thirty years later, John Paul II gave to the Church the … Continue reading

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the priesthood I love, the politics I admire

I love the priesthood. However, I admire politics. Love and admiration are different and also contestable, the argument of which I do not intend for this forum. Suffice to say that love has a deeper affinity while admiration is no … Continue reading

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