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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29th Sunday: Matthew 22:15-21

Today’s Gospel makes it very clear that we have two responsibilities: to the government of our country and to God. A loyal Christian is always a loyal citizen. Failure in good citizenship is also a failure in Christian duty. Consequently, we give taxes to the government but we give ourselves

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28th Sunday: Mt. 22-1-14- COME TO THE FEAST

Today’s gospel gives us the message that those, who are keeping away from the Lord’s Supper, are missing the joy of life. To those of us, who have accepted the invitation to come for the feast, this parable warns us not to take God’s grace for granted but to clean

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24TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME: MT 18: 21-35

During the Year of Mercy, Pope Francis declared that “Mother Teresa is the perfect saint for the Year of Mercy.” The Pope added that Mother Teresa was, “so aware of her need for mercy before God. She was very much at home with her own poverty. Mother Teresa used to

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23RD SUNDAY: MATTHEW 18: 15-20

Jesus challenged and corrected His disciples on many occasions. Even during the last supper, Jesus said to Judas, “What you are going to do, do quickly.” Jesus did not want to correct or put Judas down in front of the other disciples. Both Jesus and Judas knew what was going

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