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23rd Week in Ordinary Time : Friday, 11th September 2020

Daily Word Of GodLuke 6:39-42 Jesus told a parable to his disciples, ‘Can one blind person guide another? Surely both will fall into a pit?  Disciple is not superior to teacher; but fully trained disciple will be like teacher. Why do you observe the splinter in your brother's eye and never notice the great log…

23rd Week in Ordinary Time : Friday 11th September 2020

Lord, help me to be always prepared for you ...23rd Week in Ordinary Time : Friday 11th September 20201 Cor. 9:16-19,22-27; Ps. 83:3,4,5-6,12; Lk. 6:39-42 (Ps Wk III) September 11, 2001, 19 terrorists (from 8.46 to 10.28 am) using four commercial airliners attacked the US World Trade Centre and The Pentagon (and also targeted the…

23rd Week in Ordinary Times : Friday 11th September, 2020

DGeMs- Daily Gospel eMessage Dear Friend in the Lord, Pride – “Blindness”: In today’s Gospel, Jesus explains that a “blind person cannot lead another blind person, as both will fall in the pit.”  Pride is the main cause of our sin and rejection of God’s Love and others.  Pride makes us ego-centred, selfish and hypocritical. …

23rd Week in Ordinary Time : Thursday, 10th September 2020

Daily Word Of GodLuke 6:27-35 Jesus said to his disciples: ‘I say this to you who are listening: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who treat you badly.  To anyone who slaps you on one cheek, present the other cheek as well; to…

23rd Week in Ordinary Times : Thursday 10th September, 2020

DGeMs- Daily Gospel eMessage Dear Friend in the Lord, Christ-like Love: In today’s Gospel, Jesus’ proclamation of the Good News of Salvation will only make sense to someone who deeply desires to love God as Jesus has shown and taught.  Pray for the grace to live the Christ-like life that God Wills of us so…

23rd Week in Ordinary Time : Thursday 10th September 2020

Lord, help me to follow the way of life that Jesus taught23rd Week in Ordinary Time : Thursday 10th September 20201 Cor. 8:1-7,11-13; Ps. 138:1-3,13-14,23-24; Lk. 6:27-38 (Ps Wk III) Paul was tackling a very real concern in the Corinthian Church. Here the central theme for Paul was the greater importance of love over knowledge.…

23rd Week in Ordinary Time : Wednesday, 9th September 2020

Daily Word Of GodLuke 6:20-26 Fixing his eyes on his disciples Jesus said: ‘How blessed are you who are poor: the kingdom of God is yours. ‘Blessed are you who are hungry now: you shall have your fill. ‘Blessed are you who are weeping now: you shall laugh. ‘Blessed are you when people hate you,…

St Peter Claver, SJ : Wednesday 9th September 2020

23rd Week in Ordinary TimeSt Peter Claver, SJ : Wednesday 9th September 20201 Cor. 7:25-31; Ps. 44:11-12,14-15,16-17; Lk. 6:20-26 (Ps Wk III) In a letter to his Superior in 1627 Fr Claver spoke of attending to the black African slaves brought to South America for sale: “then with the help of our cloaks, we got…

23rd Week in Ordinary Times : Wednesday 9th September, 2020

DGeMs- Daily Gospel eMessage Dear Friend in the Lord, “Beatitudes” – Faith: In today’s Gospel, Jesus proclaims the “Beatitudes” to His disciples to teach them the wisdom of how they are to love God unconditionally, selflessly and humbly.  Do we have the wisdom also to live the “Beatitudes” daily especially when we face challenges in…

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary : Tuesday 8th September 2020

Lord, grant us the grace to discern what is right or wrongNativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary : Tuesday 8th September 2020Mic. 5:1-4 or Rom. 8:28-30; Ps. 12:6; Mt. 1:1-16,18-23 (Ps Wk III) The grace of being immaculately conceived meant that Mary never doubted herself or God. So, when addressed by the Angel Gabriel, she…