Sunday Reflection
 
 

Pope Francis’ famous question comes to my mind “Who am I to judge?”

If I were put to the test in their circumstances, would I make the same decisions and end up on the streets? [...]

Why is the love of God verified by the love of neighbours?

Loving our neighbours reveals God's love to them. [...]

Can’t Appreciate the Bible? Try Typology.

Through the lens of typology, we see Jesus’ restoration of the blind man’s sight as one of many healing acts of our Lord that are meant to declare the end of the exile of humanity and its full restoration to glory [...]

Companions on the Journey

Christ comes to offer his heart to us first so that we may have the courage to journey with him and let “the will of the Lord [...] prosper” (Is 53:10). [...]

His disciples “said to one another, ‘Then who can be saved?’”

Jesus said, “For humans it is impossible, but not for God; for God all things are possible” (Mark 10:26-27) [...]

As it was in the beginning, is now and will be forever and ever

God's eternal plan encompasses all that He has predestined to occur [...]

The flow of grace

Whatever is good, true, and beautiful in culture, society or other religions is, indirectly related to Christ and thus should not be suppressed or despised [...]

The Price of Status Quo

The “conflicts and disputes” among us, rooted in our egocentrism, juxtapose with our deeper desire for goodness, justice, and peace (Jm 4:1). Through this internal tension, we are able to better understand the mystery of God’s love and mercy. [...]

“But who do you say that I am?” (Mark 8:29)

In this Sunday’s Gospel Reading, Jesus asks his disciples this “But who do you say that I am?” and Peter answers “You are the Christ” (Mark 8:29). Peter’s answer in the Gospel of Matthew is more elaborate “You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:16). Peter indeed has great faith! Jesus points out however that Peter’s [...]

Are You a Follower of Christ Or Just a Fan?

As fascinating as the Bible is, we must keep in mind that biblical interpretation is ultimately not academic but liturgical. [...]

Pass on or pass over traditions?

The transmission of the Holy Tradition is indeed the transmission of “the living memorial of God's Word” [...]

“Lord, to whom can we go?” (Jn 6:69)

We are challenged to trust and choose God above all even amidst adversities and turmoil every single day. [...]