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Eucharistic Conference August 2015

Posted by on Aug 17, 2015 in Articles, Blog | 0 comments

Eucharistic Conference August 2015

As part of the preparation for the upcoming 51st International Eucharistic Conference on January 2016, a second conference was successfully given last August 15, 2015 by Fr. Poli Ty, SSS with the theme: Eucharist as Mission, Mission as Dialogue.

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Love for God

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in Blog, Daily Homilies | 0 comments

Love for God

In the Jewish society, people look up Pharisees and Scholars of the Law as religious authority. They see them as blessed since they serve God. They even show that they are faithful to the practices of their religion.

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Faultfinders

Posted by on Oct 10, 2014 in Blog, Daily Homilies | 0 comments

Faultfinders

Jesus during his life on earth was surrounded with faultfinders. They have openly expressed their rejection of Jesus as the Messiah of God. At everything that Jesus did and said, they were always looking for something to accuse Jesus of inorder to discredit Him and destroy His good reputation.

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Persistence in Prayer

Posted by on Oct 9, 2014 in Blog, Daily Homilies | 0 comments

Persistence in Prayer

In our Gospel today, Jesus teaches us persistence in prayer. He said in his story that the friend who asked for bread for his guest in the middle of the night, got what he wanted not because of their friendship but because of his persistence.

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God our Father

Posted by on Oct 8, 2014 in Blog, Daily Homilies | 0 comments

God our Father

The Jewish patriarchal society provides us with a good background of the prayer Jesus taught His disciples, especially about calling God our Father. The Lord’s Prayer teaches us to submit ourselves to the authority of God our Father whose will provides our daily bread, forgives our sins and protects us from the evil one.

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Following Jesus

Posted by on Oct 1, 2014 in Blog, Daily Homilies | 0 comments

Following Jesus

Chapter 9 in the Gospel of St. Luke begins and ends with discipleship,with following Jesus. It started with Jesus summoning the twelve disciples giving them the authority to expel demons, to cure diseases and to proclaim the Kingdom of God.

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