Daily Archives: December 17, 2015

Let us “Anoint” our senses

The phrase animate organism says much about our personhood and what we are. It could mean ‘a living being which is in flesh and blood, which is alive, breathing and conscious. It is attentive and responsive. It is mortal, individual … Continue reading

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Holy Year and the Ministry of Mercy

What is Mercy? The English word Mercy comes from the Latin root, “merces”, meaning ‘reward or gratuity’. In practical term it is kindness, compassion and benevolence, the human qualities needed throughout the day, that makes our life pleasant and worth living. In Christian context … Continue reading

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