Confession

ON HEAVEN (3): A FORETASTE OF HEAVEN HERE ON EARTH. The Joy of Being United with God in Prayer, Confession and Holy Eucharist.


ON HEAVEN (3): A FORETASTE OF HEAVEN HERE ON EARTH: THE JOY OF HAVING GOD IN OUR SOUL What do you feel within you after receiving God in the Holy Communion, or after being absolved from your sins in the Sacrament of Confession, or just by being in front of Our Lord in the Tabernacle, talking to Him, telling Him your joys, your problems…? Many people, young and old alike, have affirmed and experienced an immense and profound joy as well as []

POPE FRANCIS IMPROVISED HOMILY TO THE CUBAN CLERGY AND RELIGIOUS (Sept. 20, 2015) On Poverty and Mercy


POPE FRANCIS IMPROVISED HOMILY TO THE CLERGY AND RELIGIOUS AT VESPERS (CUBA) On Poverty and Mercy Dear friends, below you’ll find the improvised homily of Pope Francis before the bishops, priests, seminarians and religious of Cuba when he presided the vespers of Sept. 20, 2015. In his address, he reminded them on the importance of the virtues of  POVERTY which the laity can apply to their life as well for Our Lord taught us in the Beatitudes: “Blessed are the poor in []

ON GOD’S MERCY: Feeling Hopeless and Desperate For Your Falls and Sins? Trust in God Who is Merciful, Receive His Pardon and Happiness in Confession


ON GOD’S MERCY: Feeling Hopeless and Desperate For Your Falls and Sins? Trust in God Who is Merciful, Receive His Pardon and Happiness in Confession! Dear friend, if ever you find yourself feeling hopeless and desperate for the burden of your sins and frequent falls, I encourage you to react and shake off this pessimism which is an ally of the enemy. Raise your spirit! Consider that God is truly merciful. Below are some words of Pope Francis in his Bull of Indiction []

14th Sunday of Ordinary Time (B). APOSTOLIC MISSION, ZEAL AND DIFFICULTIES. “AND HE MARVELLED BECAUSE OF THEIR UNBELIEF (Mk 6:6)”:


14th Sunday of Ordinary Time (B). APOSTOLIC MISSION, ZEAL AND DIFFICULTIES. “AND HE MARVELLED BECAUSE OF THEIR UNBELIEF (Mk 6:6)”: The readings of this Sunday’s Mass revolve around a central theme: APOSTOLIC MISSION AND THE DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED IN IT. In the 1st reading, Ezechiel was told by our Lord after being sent to the Israelites: “whether they heed or resist — for they are a rebellious house — they shall know that a prophet has been among them (Ez 2:5).” In the []