Sunday Reflection

  • Embracing Divine Mercy: A call to transformation

    Mar 10, 2024

    Reflecting on our Sunday Readings with Fr George Vaithynathan

  • True worship is everywhere

    Mar 01, 2024

    Today’s Gospel indicates what true religion is all about for Jesus. In the temple Jesus finds a new form of oppression of God’s people, especially the poor. For the Jews, going up to Jerusalem to the Temple, was the high point of their religion.

  • Whispers of love to paths of freedom

    Feb 23, 2024

    Maria Conceicao is one of the toughest women in the world. Having no athletic background whatsoever, she achieved, within 12 years, ten Guinness World Records, running marathons, trekking to the North Pole, and reaching the summit of Mount Everest.

  • Embracing interiority through prayer and reflection

    Feb 10, 2024

    For our part, we are called to consider what it means to be made clean. We are prompted to consider how Christ’s touch has impacted our lives.

  • We all have a purpose in life

    Feb 02, 2024

    Reflecting on our Sunday Readings with Fr Andrew Kooi

  • Be faithful and live the Gospel truth

    Jan 27, 2024

    Reflecting on our Sunday Readings with Fr Rawi Alexander, OFM, Cap

  • A call worthy of their lives

    Jan 19, 2024

    Some people abandon their nets because they hear good news worthy of their lives. Sensing God’s kingdom drawing near, they reshape their lives in response to God’s call. They drop everything and go another way.

  • No better invitation than ‘Come and See’

    Jan 12, 2024

    The invitation that we read in today’s Gospel is to hear this question on the lips of Jesus — “What are you looking for?” And then the follow up invitation… “Come and See.”

  • The party is over. It’s time to work!

    Jan 05, 2024

    Today, the Church celebrates the Feast of the Epiphany. It marks the end of the Christmas celebrations in the liturgical calendar of the Church, and the start of Ordinary Time.

  • Celebrate with the peace of Christ

    Dec 22, 2023

    As we come to the end of Advent, the Gospel focuses on Mary’s fiat, her “yes” to God. It was only through the cooperation of the Blessed Virgin Mary that God’s plan for the redemption of humanity could take place.