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2nd Week in Ordinary Time : Thursday 23rd January 2020

Kindness, mercy, and compassion are the best way to proclaim the Gospel2nd Week in Ordinary Time : Thursday 23rd January 20201 Sam. 18:6-9; 19:1-7; Ps 56(55):2-3,9-11,12-13; Mk. 3:7-12 (Ps Wk II) Saul was upset. Although the people sang his praises, but they sang them a bit louder for David. Saul had killed thousands of the…

Ord.Wk 2nd: Thursday 23rd January, 2020

DGeMs- Daily Gospel eMessage Dear Friend in the Lord, Crowds – Faith?  In today’s Gospel, great crowds from all over were clamouring for Jesus as they heard of His Healing powers.  Many of them sought Jesus only because He was able to heal them.  They were not searching for the True Messiah.  Likewise, do we…

2nd Week, Ordinary Time: Thursday 23rd January 2020

Daily Word Of GodMark 3:7-12 Jesus withdrew with his disciples to the lakeside, and great crowds from Galilee followed him. From Judaea, and from Jerusalem, and from Idumaea and Transjordan and the region of Tyre and Sidon, great numbers who had heard of all he was doing came to him. And he asked his disciples…

2nd Week, Ordinary Time: Wednesday 22nd January 2020

Daily Word Of GodMark 3:1-6 Jesus went into the synagogue, and there was a man present whose hand was withered. And they were watching him to see if he would cure him on the Sabbath day, hoping for something to charge him with. He said to the man with the withered hand, ‘Get up and…

2nd Week in Ordinary Time : Wednesday 22nd January 2020

Thank You, Lord, for showing me the way2nd Week in Ordinary Time : Wednesday 22nd January 20201 Sam. 17:32-33,37,40-51; Ps. 144(143):1,2,9-10; Mk. 3:1-6 (Ps Wk II) In the Gospel passage, Jesus' mercy for the man with the withered hand is the climax of the section that began with Jesus’ cure of the paralyzed man in…

Ord.Wk 2nd: Wednesday 22nd January, 2020

DGeMs- Daily Gospel eMessage Dear Friend in the Lord, Compassion – Suffering: In today’s Gospel, Jesus cured the man with a withered hand on the Sabbath.  Through this healing, Jesus reveals that God’s Compassion for those suffering physically and emotionally is inseparable from the Good News of Salvation.  Ponder on the Truth of this in…

2nd Week, Ordinary Time: Tuesday 21st January 2020

Daily Word Of GodMark 2:23-28 One Sabbath day Jesus was taking a walk through the cornfields, and his disciples began to make a path by plucking ears of corn. And the Pharisees said to him, ‘Look, why are they doing something on the Sabbath day that is forbidden?’ And he replied, ‘Have you never read…

Ord.Wk 2nd: Tuesday 21st January, 2020

DGeMs- Daily Gospel eMessage Dear Friend in the Lord, “Sabbath Day”: In today’s Gospel, Jesus proclaims, “The Sabbath was made for man; so the Son of Man is the Master even of the Sabbath.”  Is Jesus our Saviour our true meaning, motive and model of the love we show, sacrifices we make, and the joy…

2nd Week in Ordinary Time : Tuesday 21st January 2020

St Agnes, Virgin & Martyr2nd Week in Ordinary Time : Tuesday 21st January 20201 Sam. 16:1-13; Ps. 89(88):20,21-22,27-28; Mk. 2:23-28 (Ps Wk II) “For the Lord does not see as mortals see.” Today's readings both speak of looking at each other from the Lord’s perspective. Our perspective is minimal and often tainted by all kinds…

19th January 2020, 2nd Ord Sunday: Living our Faith with Humility or Pride

2nd Sunday in Ord. Time - Year AIsaiah 49:3,5-6; Ps. 39: 2,4.7-10; Gospel of John 1:29-34 Preached by Msgr Philip Heng, SJ at Cathedral of Good Shepherd, Singapore on 19 January 2020 In today’s Gospel that we just heard proclaimed, John the Baptist, seeing Jesus coming towards him announced with clarity, confidence and courage to…