YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE TENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (2) HOMILY THEME: TRUE RELATIVES

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE TENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME HOMILY THEME: TRUE RELATIVES BY: Fr. Mike Lagrimas   HOMILY: Mk 3:20-35 A professor of Philosophy gave an open-book examination to his class. He picked up his chair, set it on top of his desk and wrote on the board: “Prove that this chair does not exist.” The students opened their books and notes, and furiously wrote down their arguments to refute the existence of the chair. One student surprised everyone when he submitted his paper after only a minute.…

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YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS (1) HOMILY THEME: THE HEART: CENTER AND SOURCE OF LIFE 

YEAR B: HOMILY FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS HOMILY THEME: THE HEART: CENTER AND SOURCE OF LIFE BY: Fr Benny Tuazon   HOMILY: (Jn. 19:32-37) Feast Of the Sacred Heart Of Jesus. In the day’s Gospel, the feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Jesus hangs on cross and pierced by the soldier. Scriptures is being fulfilled before their eyes. It was prophesied that they will look upon Him. Now we have the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus which includes the image of…

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Reading for Friday of the Ninth Week in Ordinary Time Year B. Solemnity: The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Liturgical Colour: white

First Reading: (Hosea 11: 1, 3-4, 8c-9) Responsorial Psalm: (Isaiah 12: 2-3, 4, 5-6 (3)) Second Reading: (Ephesians 3: 8-12, 14-19) Gospel: (John 19: 31-37)   First Reading: (Hosea 11: 1, 3-4, 8c-9) As the morning passeth, so hath the king of Israel passed away. Because Israel was a child, and I loved him: and I called my son out of Egypt. And I was like a foster father to Ephraim, I carried them in my arms: and they knew not that I healed them. I will draw them with the cords of…

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Scottish archbishop: Missing Sunday Mass is ‘a grave sin’.

Archbishop Leo Cushley has reminded his flock that “attending Mass on Sunday is a solemn and binding obligation”, and that missing Mass is a grave sin. The Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh made the remarks in a pastoral letter for Sunday’s feast of Corpus Christi, reported by the Catholic News Agency. The Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh said that “If we deliberately fail in this matter, it is a grave sin and we must go to Confession before receiving Communion again.” The Catechism of the Catholic Church quotes canon law: “On Sundays…

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