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Ord.Wk 4th: Thursday 6th February, 2020

DGeMs- Daily Gospel eMessage Dear Friend in the Lord, Gospel of Peace: Jesus in today’s Gospel, sends His apostles to proclaim the divine gift of “Peace” to those who believe in the Good News.  Those who accept will be blessed but, those who reject will deprive themselves of God’s blessings.  Do we welcome Jesus’ “Peace”…

4th Week in Ordinary Time : Thursday 6th February 2020

Ss Paul Miki & Comps. Martyrs4th Week in Ordinary Time : Thursday 6th February 20201 Kgs. 2:1-4,10-12; (R. Ps) 1 Chr. 29:10,11,12; Mk. 6:7-13 (Ps Wk IV) In sending out his Apostles to preach the Gospel, Jesus did not give them a detailed picture of what to expect or detailed instructions on how to deal…

4th Week, Ordinary Time : Thursday 6th February 2020

Daily Word Of GodMark 6:7-13 Jesus summoned the Twelve and began to send them out in pairs, giving them authority over unclean spirits. And he instructed them to take nothing for the journey except a staff -- no bread, no haversack, no coppers for their purses. They were to wear sandals but, he added, ‘Don't…

February 5th : Servant of God Pedro Arrupe, SJ

Servant of God Pedro Arrupe, SJBorn: November 14, 1907 Died: February 5, 1991 Pedro Arrupe, a Spanish Basque and the Society’s twenty-eighth Superior General, was born in Bilbao, Spain. His architect father, Marcelino Arrupe was a man of very staunch faith and was responsible for establishing Spain’s first catholic daily, “La Gaceta del Norte.” Pedro…

Ord.Wk 4th: Wednesday 5th February, 2020

DGeMs- Daily Gospel eMessage Dear Friend in the Lord, Prejudices – Faith: When we have prejudices, as with Jesus’ townsfolks, our minds and hearts will be closed.  This will hinder us from trusting God and will keep our faith superficial.  Let us pray for the graces to have the wisdom to be able to see…

4th Week in Ordinary Time : Wednesday 5th February 2020

St Agatha, virgin & martyr4th Week in Ordinary Time : Wednesday 5th February 20202 Sam. 24:2,9-17; Ps. 32(31):1-2,5,6,7; Mk. 6:1-6 (Ps Wk IV) What was wrong with taking a census – a counting of people – in ancient Israel? All nations do this, for we need this information for taxes, military strength, and the workforce.…

4th Week, Ordinary Time : Wednesday 5th February 2020

Daily Word Of GodMark 6:1-6 Jesus went to his home town, and his disciples accompanied him. With the coming of the Sabbath he began teaching in the synagogue, and most of them were astonished when they heard him. They said, ‘Where did the man get all this? What is this wisdom that has been granted…

February 4th : St John de Britto, SJ

Saint John de Britto, SJBorn : March 1, 1647 Died : February 4, 1693 Beatified : May 18, 1852 Canonized : June 22, 1947 John de Brito was born in Lisbon, Portugal of Portuguese aristocracy. His father was governor of Rio de Janeiro and John became a member of the royal court when he was…

February 3rd : Blessed John Nelson, SJ

Blessed John Nelson, SJBorn: Circa 1535 Died: February 3, 1578 Beatified: December 9, 1886 John Nelson was born in Yorkshire round about 1535 and was the son of Sir Nicholas Nelson. He was known for his intense practice of the faith and never feared to practice Catholicism openly although Queen Elizabeth’s government was unfavourable to…

February 1st : St Henry Morse, SJ

Saint Henry Morse, SJBorn : 1595 Died : February 1, 1645 Beatified : December 15, 1929 Canonized : October 25, 1997 Henry Morse was born of Protestant parents in Suffolk, England. He began his studies at Corpus Christie College, Cambridge but left at the age of seventeen to study law at Barnard’s Inn, London. During…