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Jesus and Considerateness for Others

Never was there shown Considerateness towards others such as that shown by this man: For Him, one’s neighbor is always better than reports handed down about him by doctors of the Law who endlessly intend to reduce him in stature. For Him, instead; one can see in the neighbor always […]

Following Jesus – Rule of life

HE NEVER CEASED TO BECOME INCARNATE Lord, You never ceased to become incarnate, You never cease doing so, And you will never cease to consume This mystery till the end of the world. Your will was to live among us Without ever leaving us, Assuring constantly your corporal presence To […]


Born at Bethlehem, he works as a carpenter at Nazareth until he is about 30 years old. – He goes about teaching a realm of justice, faith, and love. He finds fault with the prejudices of the times and discreetly proclaims himself Son of God and Messiah. – The Jews, […]


INTRODUCTION A vocation is defined in the dictionary as: “(1) a call, summons, or impulsion to perform a certain function or enter a certain career, esp. a religious one. (2) any trade, profession, or occupation.” Vocation for the Christian is really God’s work and how God works through us to […]

Twelve Key Themes in Verbum Domini

“A Symphony of the Word” | A Short Guide to Pope Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Exhortation Verbum Domini | Carl E. Olson | Ignatius Insight | December 21, 2010 http://www.ignatiusinsight.com/features2010/colson_verbumdomini_dec2010.asp An apostolic exhortation such as Verbum Domini cannot (and should not) be conveniently summarized or “Cliff noted”. But the following observations will hopefully aid readers […]

Only with God are our hearts at rest – 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time – March 2, 2014

Purpose: Our human experience is filled with reasons to be anxious and man’s search for meaning in worldly pleasures leaves him unsatisfied.  Only in surrendering our whole lives to God every day do we discover authentic human fulfillment.  Readings: Isaiah 49: 14-15; Psalm 62; I Corinthians 4: 1-5; Mathew 6: 24-34. http://usccb.org/bible/readings/030214.cfm […]