Daily Archives: October 7, 2016

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OF MARY: Beginning of God’s Redemptive Plan

Incarnation­­−God becoming a human being like us is the most basic faith concept that Christianity is build upon. It has been the most debated dogma, a matter of faith that Christian scholars argued about from the beginning of the Church. … Continue reading

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CONCEPT OF THE HUMAN PERSON

The soul searching question to Jesus, “Who is my neighbor?” has gifted the humanity the immortal story of The Good Samaritan. This story is often quoted in the Theology of Liberation as an inspiration. Through this story Jesus invites us … Continue reading

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IS FREE MARKET CAPITALISM A BETTER OPTION?

(Written in a form of a letter to a friend) Dear Dominic K., Thank you for your thought provoking email. I am happy that you are doing well in the course you have taken – Majoring in Economics and Sociology. … Continue reading

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Preaching Justice: Misery at your gate

Sermon on “Lazarus and the Richman” Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Today’s liturgy of the word presents to us a beautiful parable, “The Rich Man and Poor Lazarus”. It appeals to each one of us – children, students, and … Continue reading

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