Sunday Reflection

“Many are called, but few are chosen” (Matthew 22:14)

That we will be among the chosen few, we must live our life “in a manner worthy of the Gospel of Christ” (Philippians 1:27). [...]

What can we learn from the teaching of “repaying good for evil” ?

Free ourselves from taking revenge and we merit God's blessings as His children in perfection [...]

Justification Is Never a Legalistic Endeavor

Justification is not a human pursuit, it’s divine mercy. [...]

Jesus, the Master Story-Teller

Of all the parables of Jesus, I find the parable of the laborers in the vineyard particularly intriguing and thought-provoking. The story never fails to elicit strong reactions from its listeners that include disbelief, protest, or even outright anger. But once properly understood, its reward for those who care to really listen is the consolation of a [...]

Forgive from the heart

“forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us” (The Lord’s Prayer) [...]

“Am I my brother’s keeper?”

We are each others' keepers in God's plan of salvation. [...]

How do we deal with sufferings?

How do we deal with sufferings? How do we handle the problem of pain? Our Gospel for this week reflection is a great place to see its solution on display. [...]

Faith is a gift, an immense privilege of belief

“Each believer is thus a link in the great chain of believers” [...]

Mercy Without Border

Those who have faith, “maintain justice, and do what is right …” are welcomed into God's House (Is 56:1) [...]

Where are you God?

We must surrender our whole being to God, submit ourselves to His Holy will and His plan for us in order to hear God speaking to us in the silence. [...]

Why Is Jesus the Son of Man?

Why Is Jesus the Son of Man? [...]

For What Should I Ask God?

God appeared to Solomon in a dream, and asked Solomon what he would like to be given from Heaven. How would Solomon respond? [...]