Final Judgment

3rd Sunday of Easter (C): THE CHURCH, PROLONGATION OF CHRIST’S MYSTERY. THE PRIMACY OF PETER.


3rd Sunday of Easter (C): THE CHURCH, PROLONGATION OF CHRIST’S MYSTERY. THE PRIMACY OF PETER.     Dear brethren in Christ, today’s Sunday liturgy offers us an occasion to meditate on the theme of the MYSTERY OF THE CHURCH, THE PROLONGATION OF THE MYSTERY OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, IN WHICH WE HAVE BEEN INCORPORATED THROUGH THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM. During the 50-day Easter celebration, we are reminded that WE ARE LIVING MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH which is a community of RESPONSIBLE []

THE FINAL JUDGMENT “He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead.”


THE FINAL JUDGMENT “He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead.” With the celebration of the Solemnity of Christ the King this coming Sunday, we are now in the final days before the end of the liturgical year. During the liturgical year, the Church commemorated the events of the History of Salvation while celebrating the mysteries of the life of Our Lord Jesus Christ starting from the preparation for His Coming (ADVENT) to His Birth and Hidden []

33rd Sunday O.T. (B): THE 2ND COMING OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST.


33rd Sunday O.T. (B) THE 2ND COMING OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST: HE WILL COME AGAIN TO JUDGE THE LIVING AND THE DEAD We’re almost approaching the end of the liturgical cycle as we celebrate the penultimate Sunday of Ordinary Time. This is the reason why the readings of the 33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time present to us the 2nd coming, — glorious and definitive—, of Our Lord Jesus Christ, thus marking the end of the world and of its history, and []