Feasts
Fr. Gerald Musa

Pentecost: Speaking in Tongues

The Christian world celebrates Pentecost; this is a celebration which comes fifty days after Easter. The name Pentecost is derived from the Greek word Pentecoste,

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Prayer
Fr. Gerald Musa

Personal and Communal Prayer

We relate to God through prayers, and these prayers can be personal or communal. A typical example of personal prayer is found in the Gospel

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Religion
Fr. Gerald Musa

Genuine and False Shepherds

4th Sunday of Easter/Good Shepherd Sunday/Year A, John 10:1-10 Pastor is a Latin word, which means shepherd, and Bonus Pastor is Good Shepherd. A shepherd

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Career
Fr. Gerald Musa

7 Points for Workers’ Day

Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we celebrate all workers in public and private sectors. We celebrate in a special way workers who are on the

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Feasts
Fr. Gerald Musa

Sharing the Saving News

Third Sunday of Easter — Gospel: Luke 24:13-35 The word Kerygma is a Greek word derived from the verb Kerusso, that means to cry or

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Apologetics
Fr. Gerald Musa

Easter Resurrection from Death

Very often we assume that we understand the mystery of death and resurrection. Sometimes, children pose some basic questions to us about death and resurrection

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Health & Fitness
Fr. Gerald Musa

Coronavirus & the Crown of Thorns

As coronavirus spreads, there is acute distress and anxiety around the world. I hear many people with questions such as, “Where is God in this

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Scripture
Fr. Gerald Musa

Now I Can See

4th Sunday of Lent / Samuel 16:1b, 6-7, 10-13a; Ephesians 5:8-14; John 9:1-41 The Gospel of John 9:1-41 contains the story of a blind man,

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