"Being" as opposed to "Doing" is what makes up a true disciple of Christ. Let us enumerate some of those qualities
The Feast of the Baptism of Jesus as it marks the end of the Christmas Season, invites us to recommit ourselves to our baptismal promises. It is a lifetime commitment. May we think, act, do what Christ calls us to do as in our baptism.
If Jesus is King of our lives, what does it actually mean to our Catholic/Christian lives?
What's behind the story of our everyday routine? Should we just settle with what we can simply see at the surface? Jesus saw what's in the heart of the widow and invites us to do the same. Indeed, there's more to life than what meets the eyes.
As Garrick prayed for his loved ones, he could have also sought forgiveness and yearning to be remembered in God’s Kingdom.
This Sunday, Jesus ask us to re-seal our commitment and faithfulness to Him. Christianity is not an easy life but Jesus assures us that as we stand by Him, He will walk with us no matter what.
Are we still thrilled by the Eucharist ... the "Living Bread," the "Bread of Life?" Let's ponder some of its amazing effects.
Our Mother of Perpetual Help will always be there for us in our need ready to help us. As we draw close to Our Lady, we also draw closer to Her Son, Jesus. Let us perpetually seek Her guidance and inspiration and be led to Her Son's love for us all.
The Second Sunday of Advent challenges each Christian to "Prepare the way of the Lord" and "To make straight His paths." Whatever it implies resounds a strong commitment from among Christ's disciples