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
Guest Writer

Stop Praying Like You Mean It

Guest post by Dr. Matthew Tan. As a teen, I remember regularly watching the TV series Judging Amy (1999-2005). I also vividly remember one episode

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Married Life
Br. John Joseph

Mary – Mother, Sister and Midwife

This article focuses on the vocation of motherhood and womanhood (looking also at fatherhood and manhood), in light of Mary’s role as Mother, Sister and

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Prayer
Jean Elizabeth Seah

The Faith of a Madwoman

Sometimes I have wondered what God’s purpose is for people suffering severe mental afflictions, in particular those who, because of their mental illness, lead very

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Religion
Noel Ethan Tan

Absurdity

Acts 9, Psalm 117, John 6 There was an interesting thematic link between the two readings last Friday. Acts tells of the famous conversion of

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Prayer
Anja Renkes

Listen to the monks

“Beloved: Clothe yourselves with humility in your dealings with one another, for: God opposes the proud but bestows favor on the humble. So humble yourselves

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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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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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Prayer
Fr. Joseph Gill

Never Give Up Faith

One of the great mystics of the Church, St. John of the Cross, used to keep a prayer journal where he would write down insights,

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Quarantine

It has taken some time, but I am finally experiencing the fruits of this quarantine. A dear friend of mine sent me an email echoing

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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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Columnists
Erin Cain

Veronica

In the Stations of the Cross, I’ve always felt a kind of sympathy for Simon of Cyrene. He didn’t sign up to bear the heavy

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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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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

Fools for Christ

As the secular world celebrates April Fool’s Day, we consider that God has often asked people to be fools for Him. For example, the prophet

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Transformation of a Soul

The gift of being human means that we can change direction in our lives. Perhaps we’re heading down one path, and then something comes and

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Daily Sacrifice

In the Old Testament, the Jews had a powerful and beautiful way to worship — daily sacrifices in the Temple. Following God’s commands, they worshiped

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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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Columnists
Noel Ethan Tan

Charity

And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you

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