Sunday Reflection

  • Choose God above all else

    Jun 30, 2023

    Today’s Gospel passage is one that causes some of us to lose sleep. Ok, maybe not lose sleep perhaps but causes us to worry a little.

  • Remain steadfast in the face of adversity

    Jun 23, 2023

    The readings for the 12th Sunday of Ordinary Time Year A are a powerful reminder of God’s love and mercy for His people.

  • We have a God with a Heart for us. Do we have a heart for others?

    Jun 17, 2023

    This Sunday’s reading assures us that God always has a heart for us, and we who live in the kindness of God’s love and mercy are called to do the same for others.

  • Real presence of Christ is in the Eucharist

    Jun 09, 2023

    The Solemnity of Corpus Christi, or the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, originated in France in the mid 13th century and was extended to the whole Church by Pope Urban IV in 1264. This feast reminds us of the mystical and physical manifestations of the Body of Christ, namely the

  • Understanding God as Trinity

    Jun 02, 2023

    Today the Church commemorates Trinity Sunday. We might have heard that sermons and lectures about the Trinity usually conclude with the caution that it is beyond comprehension and that we may never be able to fully understand it.

  • Let us be guided by the Holy Spirit

    May 26, 2023

    One of the enduring images associated with Pentecost is that of Mary and the disciples of Jesus, gathered in the upper room, with tongues of flames lingering above their heads, while the Holy Spirit descends upon them like a dove.

  • We are called to work together as one

    May 19, 2023

    In what Jesus says and does, He is encouraging us to share in His priorities for our lives: serving others; receiving their service to us with grace and love; witnessing to the love of God; listening to the inner voice of the Holy Spirit.

  • If you love Me, obey Me

    May 12, 2023

    The world cannot receive Him, neither can it look for Him because they cannot recognise Him. However, Jesus’ statement “Seeing the Son is seeing the Father” is meant for those who believe in Him.

  • Jesus leads us on our journey of life

    May 05, 2023

    Before the advent of GPS devices and current apps like Waze and Google Maps, we either had to memorise the roads that led to our intended destination or we kept referring to a printed map.

  • Broken and shattered, Jesus restores us

    Apr 22, 2023

    Hunger is more than physical, it is also spiritual and emotional. We are, by nature, hungry. We hunger for life, love, wholeness, community, meaning, purpose.