YEAR A - First Sunday of Advent

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

The Bible is full of stories of people having to wait on God, such as Noah, Abraham, Moses, Joseph, David, Daniel, and countless others.

God promised to Abraham that he would be the father of many nations. But when the promise was first given (Genesis 12:1-3) Abraham and his wife Sarah did not have any children. God continued

Cycle C Christ the King

2 Samuel 5: 1-3; Colossians 1: 12-20; Luke 23:35 – 43.

In the year 200AD Jingo, the Empress of Japan, invaded Korea. Following the defeat, the Korean king placed valuable treasures before the empress and promised to pay “homage and send tribute until the sun no longer rises in the East, but comes from the West; until the courses of the

Cycle C 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mal. 3:19-20; 2 Thess. 3:7-12; Lk. 21:5-19

The Liturgical year of the church is coming to an end. Next Sunday, we shall celebrate the Feast of Christ the King, and the Sunday after, we shall start the New Liturgical Year.
Today's readings direct our attention to the End of the World, otherwise known as the Last Things,

Cycle C 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

2 Mac 7:1-2, 9-14; 2 Thes 2:16-3:5; Lk 20:27-38

Life after death has been a burning problem for many in every century. So, the legends, folklore and fiction are full of stories of man’s attempt to gain immortality.

There is a story about Alexander’s quest for immortality. Alexander, the great, came to understand that in the mountain of Kaf there was a great cave, very black and dark, wherein ran the water