4th Sunday: Be a Teacher (Mark 1: 21-28)

Let us take an honest look at ourselves. What are the things, the persons, and the places, which prevent us from doing what we really want to do and from being the people we really want to be? It is important that we identify our fears, that we see them

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3RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME: MARK I: 14-20

Jesus does not look for us to be fit but makes us fit. By calling us, Jesus makes it possible for us to follow Him, to participate in the mystery of Jesus' death and resurrection, and to make this mystery visible to others. Only those, who are ready and willing

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SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT: MARK 1: 1-8

Then the son added: “Thank you father for showing me how poor we are…...!” This small story gives us the moral message: It is not about money or expensive clothes, expensive cars or a big house that makes us our lives rich and happier but simplicity, love, compassion, family, and

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MATTHEW 25: 14-30 | TAKE RISKS.

The other thing we notice in the parable: “For everyone who has, more will be given and he will grow rich; but from the one who has not, even what he has will be taken away.” This is very difficult to understand from our human perspective. Here, Jesus was not

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In today’s gospel reading, the Beatitudes beautifully explain the meaning of the saints. Every Christian is called to be a saint, to have the qualities and virtues mentioned in the beatitudes. The Beatitudes offer us a way of life, inviting us to identify with the poor; those who mourn, the

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