10 September 2021, Friday of the 23rd Week in the Ordinary Time Lk 6: 39-42 Last Sunday, Jesus challenged us to open our ears and
Every nook and corner of everywhere, each unassuming routine, each individual person you meet on a daily basis, and even those that seems to be
Ludvig Van Beethoven was a German-born musician. He is regarded as one of the greatest classical composers like Mozart. By his 20s he was considered
Ideals can be, but not always, and always should be. Our entry into this world brings with it the curse of naivete. We grow up
Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time Mark 7:31-37 Any mother is excited to hear her baby’s first word which usually is “mama”. To do so baby
03 September 2021, Friday of the 22nd Week in the Ordinary Time Memorial of St Gregory the Great, pope Lk 5: 33-39 Paradigm Shift. Renewal.
29 August 2021, 22nd Sunday in the Ordinary Time Mk 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23 One. Two. Three. One. There is one strand that connects our three
There is a risky side to Salesian ministry. While the corporate world sees important tasks entrusted to the most competent and trustworthy of the team,
While I was listening to the readings for this morning’s mass in memorial of St. Rose of Lima, a detail caught me from St. Paul.
A reflection on the Liturgical Readings of the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary As God accompanied Israel in its growth in faith, the people