Sunday Reflection

  • Prepare for the God of all ages!

    Dec 03, 2021

    The hustle and bustle that accompany the celebration of Christmas often deprives us of the hidden miracle of Advent.

  • Awaiting promises full of hope

    Nov 27, 2021

    On this first Sunday of Advent, when we begin a new liturgical year, the Liturgy of the Word (seemingly incongruously) draws attention to the end times and calls us to prepare ourselves for that day.

  • A King of compassionate love

    Nov 19, 2021

    The world is not what it was before. It is going through critical times. It witnesses, in an unprecedented way, growing incidents of violence, economic polarisation, racism, poverty, systematic oppression, religious fundamentalism, cultural breakdown, environmental pollution and, added to this, there is the novel corona virus. There is nothing in our lifetime that has affected the world as radically as COVID-19.

  • Live in the present

    Nov 13, 2021

    God loves us so much that He does not want to abandon us, even after our death. He promised us Heaven in which we will continue praising Him in the heavenly banquet.

  • Abundance comes when what we give is given with a free will

    Nov 05, 2021

    Jesus had nothing against money and property — but He abhorred the inner attitude of overattachment to them.

  • To love, allow God to love you first

    Oct 29, 2021

    The fact that God loves us first also tells us that God takes the initiative. He comes down of his own accord, He reaches out to love, He extends himself to love, He gives Himself to love.

  • God hears our lamentations

    Oct 22, 2021

    Jesus had not just won the fascination of His audience and disciples, but also the respect of the people for the way He pitted himself against Jewish Orthodoxy.

  • “Then come, follow me”

    Oct 16, 2021

    The call of Jesus was the Way of Faith in God’s grace and providence, and the rich man could not be detached.

  • What must I do to inherit eternal life?

    Oct 08, 2021

    There are many things that we can learn from the Scripture readings this week, but today, let us pay attention to these words… “for he was a man of great wealth”.

  • Putting the other first in sacrificial love

    Oct 02, 2021

    We need to stay united because God has united us and has ordained that it should be that way.