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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Columnists
Noel Ethan Tan

Truth & Lies

St. Athanasius, pray for us! Just like St. Peter in Acts, St. Athanasius was a Saint who was caught in fierce theological battle with his

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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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Feasts
Kat Larson

Easter Hope

He has Risen, He has Risen indeed. Praise the Lord, Glory and Alleluia. I do not think I have ever been so starved to speak

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Feasts
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Strife Is O’Er

Maybe it’s a guy thing, but if someone makes a boast about something, guys just have to challenge them. If someone says, “Oh, I can

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Feasts
Noel Ethan Tan

Bible Study with Jesus

Imagine a Bible study with Jesus. That’s what happened on the road to Emmaus — when Jesus taught Cleopas and his companion all about the

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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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Columnists
Cristina Montes

Holy Thursday 2020

My Lord, I yearn for You As I gaze through my tablet screen At the livestreamed close-up image Of the Host in the golden monstrance.

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Columnists
Erin Cain

Blossom Like the Lily

A few weeks ago, while in prayer, I found myself reflecting on the word “bloom” and wondered what God might be trying to reveal to

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

Ash Wednesday

In Jesus’ day, the word “hypocrites” didn’t really have any bad connotations. Actually, it just meant an actor in a play. Hypocrite literally means “one

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Columnists
Kat Larson

The Mystery of the Magi

“They were overjoyed at seeing the star, and on entering the house they saw the child with Mary His mother.  They prostrated themselves and did

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

Fruitful Baptism

Pope John Paul II was once asked by a reporter, “What was the most significant day of your life?” There could be lots to choose

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Feasts
Guest Writer

Our Gift for the Lord

Guest post by Mei Quan, Brisbane, Australia. Our Archbishop serves up great homilies, and Sunday was no exception. Reflecting on the Gospel reading from Matthew

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Feasts
Guest Writer

The Holy Name of Jesus

Guest post by Fr Carlos Martins of the Companions of the Cross. January 3rd is the feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus. Ever

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

God With Us

Back in 1995, pop singer Joan Osborne had a hit song, “One of Us”, in which she asks the question, “What if God was one

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