Daily Archives: December 22, 2015

Vocation of a Christian Mother

(Mama Margaret – Mother of St. John Bosco) “When you were born I consecrated you to our Blessed Mother Mary, when you began your studies I asked you to be devoted to her and now as you enter the seminary … Continue reading

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St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort (1673 – 1716)

Loving Slave of Jesus in Mary – Feast day: April 28 On April 28, the Church remembers the life of this extraordinary saint: a missionary and a founder, a great master of the interior life and a preeminent son of the … Continue reading

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St. Joseph and His Strength of Character

God’s call comes with challenges. That is the story of Abraham who was asked to leave his land, culture and tradition and go after God’s new ways. Noah was asked to build a giant boat to hold the sample of … Continue reading

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JOHN XXIII AND JOHN PAUL II: Popes Without Frontiers

On 27 April, Pope Francis will be canonizing two of his predecessors—John XXIII and John Paul II. Vatican news agencies report that over 800,000 people are expected to attend the event and the event will also draw 19 heads of … Continue reading

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Dialogue between “Body” and “Soul”

Body You Soul, often to my disadvantage you are elevated to the heights. As humans we are what we are because of our body. It is through body that you soul is inspired into our lives. And God too inspired … Continue reading

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INCARNATION: Jesus as God’s Self-communication

Jesus as a mediator between God and human beings, Jesus as the way to the Father and Jesus as God’s way of communicating with His people is the core of Karl Rahner’s theology/Christology. According to him ‘Jesus the man’ came … Continue reading

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