In today’s Gospel, we see Jesus’s reaction to the news that his cousin John has been arrested: he goes into seclusion back at...Read more
Our baptism has moral implications.
It requires that we live a morally good life and participate in Christ’s mission. As Catholics, we...Read more
When we say the words of the Agnus Dei, or Lamb of God, during Mass, we are directly quoting John the Baptist....Read more
Evangelization has been in the Christian vocabulary since the very beginnings.
If you have time to study and read prayerfully...Read more
Have you ever considered with whom Jesus spends most of his time?
With whom he enjoys hanging out? Whom he considers his...Read more
Father James Mallon, diocesan priest from Nova Scotia, has a book entitled Divine Renovation: from Maintenance to Mission. He starts with his observation and...Read more
"In virtue of our baptism, we, the People of God have become missionary disciples.”
(Mt 28:19) Baptism is not...Read more
The story of the magi, the three wise men, who traveled from the East to pay homage to Jesus as the King of...Read more
St Michael Family, Let us continue with learning more about the Holy Mass, our postures, gestures and behavior. This week we will focus...Read more
The Feast of the Holy Family occurs in the heart of the Church's Christmas season.
It's somehow fitting that as the world...Read more