Day 18, The 94th World Mission WeekSunday, 18 October 2020The Feast of : St. Luke, the GospelReading : Isa. 45:1, 4-6Gospel : Matt. 22:15-21 “I am the Lord, there is no other, there is no God besides me.” (Isa. 45:5) Until now war is still happening in many parts of the world. And some of … Continue reading Mission: Promoting Peace as the Proof of Faith to GOD
Day 11, Reflection for the month of MissionSunday, 11 October 2020The Feast of : B. Elias a Succursu Nieves, St. John XXIIIReading : Phil. 4:12-14, 19-20Gospel : Matt. 22:1-14 “God will take care of all your needs with the wonderful blessings that come from Christ Jesus! May God our Father be praised forever and ever. … Continue reading Mission: Having Religion is for Fraternity and Praying, not for Acting
Day 4, Reflection for the month of MissionSunday, 4 October 2020The Feast of : St. Francis of Assisi, Confessor of the FaithReading : Isa. 5:1-7Gospel : Matt. 21:33-43 “Therefore, I say to you, the kingdom of God will be taken away from you and given to the people that will produce its fruit.” (Matt. 21:43) … Continue reading Mission: Bringing Peace
Weekly Missionary Reflection26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 27 September 2020Ezek. 18:25-28; Ps. 25:4bc-5,6-7,8-9; Phil. 2:1-11 (long) atau Phil. 2:1-5 (short); Matt. 21:28-32 Since Jesus drove out the merchants from the Temple (21: 12-17), His conflict with the Jewish officials had intensified. They questioned the power and authority of Jesus. In return Jesus asked them about … Continue reading Remember, We Are The Children Justified By God!
Weekly Missionary Reflection25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 20 September 2020Isa. 55:6-9; Ps. 145:2-3,8-9,17-18; Phil. 1:20c-24,27a; Matt. 20:1-16a Palestine at that time was uncomfortable. Apart from being colonized by Rome, unemployment was also high. Normally, in the midst of unemployment, there is a long list of job seekers. But surprisingly, this landowner came out since daybreak … Continue reading Your Ways Are Not MY Ways
Weekly Missionary Reflection24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 13 September 2020Sir. 27:30 - 28:9 ; Ps. 103:1-2,3-4,9-10,11-12; Rm. 14:7-9; Mat. 18:21-35 Today’s gospel begins (v. 21) and ends (v. 35) with the same phrase: “forgive my brother”. Peter begins with a question, Jesus ends it with a statement. Peter asks about the quantity: “how many times” … Continue reading Share the Forgiveness for Free
Weekly Missionary Reflection23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, 6 September 2020NATIONAL BIBLE SUNDAYEze. 33:7-9; Ps. 95:1-2,6-7,8-9; Rm. 13:8-10; Mat. 18:15-20 Matthew 18 consists of Jesus’ sermons about the life of church. Church is built on faith in suffering, died and risen Jesus. The consequence is: Jesus’ followers must take lowly position like little children (v. 18: … Continue reading The Lost Must Be Found And Saved!
Weekly Missionary Reflection22th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 30 August 2020Jer. 20:7-9; Ps. 63:2,3-4,5-6,8-9; Rm. 12:1-2; Mat. 16:21-27 From rock to stumbling block! Just in one week, Peter totally changed. A week before he was called the rock, the foundation of the Church of Christ which was undefeated by the gate of death, this week he … Continue reading Journey With Jesus Is Path To The Cross
Missionary Weekly ReflectionTwenty first Sunday of Ordinary Time, 23 August 2020Isa. 22:19-23; Ps. 138:1-2a,2bc-3,6,8bc; Rm. 11:33-36; Mat. 16:13-20 First reading – Isaiah 22:19-23: This reading needs to be viewed as if it is free reading, not in itself. This reading is closely related to God's call to David, whom He anointed, as the leader of … Continue reading For Me, Jesus Is The Messiah The Christ
Missionary Weekly Reflection Sunday, 16 August 2020 Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary Rev. 11:19a; 12:1,3-6a,10ab; Ps. 45:10bc,11,12ab; 1 Cor. 15:20-26; Luk. 1:39-56 Today’s Gospel talks about journey. In the beginning, Mary “departed” (v. 39), at the end she “returned back” (v. 56). Within the frame of this journey, three meetings with full of meaning … Continue reading The Journey of Our Lord With Mother Mary