You are my beloved child

In God’s heart and eyes, we are His beloved children. And by virtue of our baptism, we are consecrated to be God’s children. We are His beloved, not because we did anything, not because we proved ourselves or not because of what we did and have achieved in life. God still and always loves us whatever we do or whatever happens in our life, whether born out of wedlock, adopted, unwanted, or raised by irresponsible parents. Continue reading You are my beloved child

Allowing the Lord to look at us intimately

January 4, 2020 – Saturday before Epiphany Click here for the readings http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/010420.cfm Homily Jesus began to call his first disciples. The first two of them were John (the beloved) and Andrew who later introduced his brother Simon to Jesus. Simon has been called by Jesus as Cephas or Peter, which means the rock. JohnContinue reading Allowing the Lord to look at us intimately

Bringing others to Jesus through us

January 3, 2020 – Friday before Epiphany – Memorial of the Most Holy name of Jesus Click here for the readings http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/010320.cfm Homily At first, John the Baptist was not actually aware that it was his cousin Jesus who was the Messiah. Before the appearance of Jesus to the public, John has become popular amongContinue reading Bringing others to Jesus through us

God blesses you as God blesses me

Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God: January 1, 2020 Click here for the readings http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/010120.cfm Homily Can you please look at the persons near you and say to that person, “God bless you!” The words “TO BLESS AND BLESSING” are mentioned in the Old Testament 552 times and 65 times in the New Testament. From the veryContinue reading God blesses you as God blesses me

Just being grateful – Celebrating a New Year

December 31, 2019 – New Year’s Eve Mass – -Liturgy of the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God- Click here for the readings http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/010120.cfm Homily I would like to ask you first to look at the person beside you now, on your right and on your left. Look at that person and say “thankContinue reading Just being grateful – Celebrating a New Year