Category: Thirtieth Week

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“THE LORD WILL NOT ABANDON HIS PEOPLE” (Ps 94:14)

⏰Saturday of the Thirtieth Week of Ordinary Time 1 (04 November 2017 – Memorial of St. Charles Borromeo) ????Rom 11:1-2a, 11-12, 25-29; Ps 94:12-13a, 14-15, 17-18 (R.v.14a); Luke 14:1, 7-11 This is the end of the week. On this day, I pray for you that God may also bring to an end, all your difficulties, failures, sorrows, and everything that draws you back. May he end your tears and put smiles back to your face. Amen. Don’t allow the evil plant a seed of depression in you, in case you have a target you are not able to meet yet...

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“THE GOOD SHEPHERD LAYS DOWN HIS LIFE FOR THE SHEEP” (John 10:11)

Friday of the Thirtieth Week in Ordinary Time 1 (03 Nov 2017- Memorial of St. Martin de Poress) My dear, Jesus is the good Shepherd who lays down his life for the sheep. He goes on working among us with the Father (cf. John 5:17). He does not need to take permission from anybody in order to carry on this work in us, and nobody or law can stop him (see Luke 14:1-6). Do you know what? Not even death could stop him from saving us. No angel of death and peril would stop him from saving you. Amen And...

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“THE CREATION ITSELF WILL BE SET FREE FROM ITS BONDAGE” (Rom 8:21)

⏰Tuesday of the Thirtieth Week of Ordinary Time 1 (31 October 2017) ????Rom 8:18-25; Ps 126:1-2ab, 2cd-3, 4-5, 6 (R.v.3a); Luke 13:18-21 According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, “Hope is a supernatural gift of God, by which we firmly trust that God will give us eternal life and all means necessary to obtain it, if we do what he requires of us.” In our world today which is full of troubles and uncertainties, St. Paul reminds us, through his Letter to the Romans (Rom 8:18-25), of what the prophet Isaiah said in Isa 2:2, “It shall come to...

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“YOU ARE FREED FROM YOUR INFIRMITY” (Luke 13:12)

⏰Monday of the Thirtieth Week of Ordinary Time 1 (30 October 2017) ????Rom 8:12-17; Ps 68:2 and 4, 6-7ab, 20-21 (R.v.21a); Luke 13:10-17 ????”YOU ARE FREED FROM YOUR INFIRMITY” (Luke 13:12) Did you say ‘amen’ to that declaration? That is what Jesus says to you today as we begin this new working week. St. Paul had said that there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ (Rom 8:1). Are you in Christ? Are you being possessed by the spirit of God or by the spirit of the world? St. Paul reminds us again today that the spirit of...