Do you sometimes wonder why many people are afraid of dying or wonder how many people would want to be a hundred years old? In other words, doesn’t there come a point where most people realize that death is
This Sunday is Laetare Sunday, the Sunday of rejoicing. Although we are only mid-way through the Lenten season, we rejoice, because we know that Christian penance does not end in sadness, but in a closer communion with God. In our Gospel,
Today being the third Sunday of Lent, we are now halfway through our Lenten journey. I believe that our Lenten observances (Prayer, Fasting and Alms Giving) are going well and not too difficult. Sometimes reaching the halfway mark of any
Our first reading today tells us of the story of Abram who is called to leave his country, his familiar surroundings and his comfort-zone. God calls him to go into an unknown land, unfamiliar territory and to an unknown future.