Cycle (A) Advent 2nd Sunday

Is 11:1-10; Rm 15:4-9; Mt 3:1-12

Alexander is one of the most fascinating personalities in human history. Although he was the son of a king and inherited an empire that included most of the Greek city-states, he set out to conquer an empire for himself. From 335 B.C. to 324 B.C., in 11 years, Alexander and his

Cycle (A) Advent 01st Sunday

Is 2:1-5; Rom 13:11-14; Mt 24:37-44

On a mountain of Northern Vietnam, there is a rock that appears like the image of woman bearing a child in her arms looking toward the horizon like waiting for someone. This image is especially striking at sunset and sunrise, bringing about indescribable emotions

Year C Christ the King

2 Sam. 5:1-3; Col. 1:12-20; Lk 23:35-43
At Hong Kong on the morning of 19th December 1941 a Company of the Winnipeg Grenadiers to which Company Sergeant-Major Osborn belonged became divided during an attack on Mount Butler, a hill rising steeply

Year C 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mal 4:1-2; 2 Thess. 3:7-12; Lk. 21:5-19
Today’s readings speak to us about the need for endurance. During the First Reading, we heard of the necessity to endure in righteousness. In the Second Reading, we heard of the necessity to endure in our imitation of the