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Posted by John Sage on 12/29/18

BLESSED IS THE FRUIT OF YOUR WOMB

Posted by John Sage on 12/23/18

HAPPY HYPOCRITE TO SAINT

Posted by John Sage on 12/07/18

WATCH THE ROAD

Posted by John Sage on 12/02/18

CHRIST THE KING

Posted by John Sage on 11/24/18

THE SECOND COMING AND THE END OF THE WORLD

Posted by John Sage on 11/17/18

The month of November is the time when the Church traditionally recalls those who have gone before us. We mourn their loss, we pray for their souls, we hope to be reunited with them when we ourselves will die. As it is the end of the liturgical year, we ... Read More »

LOVE OF GOD AND LOVE OF NEIGHBOR

Posted by John Sage on 11/03/18

In the Old Testament the Jewish rabbis listed 613 precepts of the law. There were 248 commands and 365 prohibitions. These were further classified into light and grave. It was a timely topic of discussion among the Jews to debate these precepts of the law and to give one’s ... Read More »

THE ROAD TO GOD

Posted by John Sage on 10/27/18

There are three statements that Jesus uttered when He healed Bartimaeus. Let us reflect on the spiritual significance of each statement.

1. “CALL HIM.” (Mk. 10,46) Aside from being blind, Bartimaeus was at the roadside begging. He was one of the outcasts marginalized in society. When he cried out ... Read More »

CUP OF SUFFERING

Posted by John Sage on 10/22/18

James and John, the sons of Zebedee, approached Jesus with an ambitious request. They wanted to be the “wing-men” of Jesus, one to sit at His right and the other to sit at His left. Perhaps, among the twelve companions of the Lord, they wanted to be the closest ... Read More »

WORST FORM OF SLAVERY

Posted by John Sage on 10/13/18

“IT IS EASIER FOR A CAMEL TO PASS THROUGH THE EYE OF A NEEDLE THAN FOR A RICH MAN TO ENTER THE KINGDOM OF GOD.” MK. 10, 25

What does Christ mean by this disturbing statement? Does it mean to say that the affluent, the wealthy are barred from ... Read More »