Zacchaeus, with yearning to see Jesus, climbed up the sycamore tree to have at least a glimpse of Him. Such encounter changed him as an established person and much more, as a child of God.
This Sunday, Jesus once again tackles prayer in a deeper way by asking His disciples to pray from the heart. It is the inner disposition that counts, not the external appearances and show of piety.
Who are the "Lazaruses" of today? Let us name them and in gratitude proclaim how God's tremendous gifts could change the face of the earth.
Mother Teresa exemplified the life of a True Disciple of Christ by surrendering her everything at all cost that He may continue to increase while she decreases in humility.
On the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jesus challenges His disciples to strive to enter through the narrow gate to gain eternal life. He never says it is easy but with His help, it will be possible.
The last Sunday of Ordinary Time invites Catholics to reflect on the Kingship of Jesus Christ. As He is King and Lord, what do we have to do as we follow Him?
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time reminds us to live our lives to the full as we live Christ's resurrection.
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C. Jesus describes faith through a very concrete image of a mustard seed.
Jesus teaches His disciples about true humility and choosing it in the "Parable of the Invited Guests."
To forgive or not forgive … that is the question! Jesus, after laying down values of the kingdom the past Sundays, now points to a more sensitive task of forgiveness. Could we really forgive?
The 1st Sunday of Advent calls us to anticipate the coming of Christ with earnest devotion. How should we understand Advent?
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C. Jesus teaches His disciples to persevere in prayer just like the widow in the parable who, out of her perseverance, got the justice she deserves.