Augustiniana, Liturgy

With St. Monica and St. Augustine in the Household of God

{ No Comment \ Tags: , , , \ Aug17 }
This year's novenario in honor of St. Monica and St. Augustine was difficult to compose since there was no common thematic that helped guide its preparation. Last year's novenario was easier to compose since it was the "Year of Priests". ...
Augustiniana, Liturgy

A Novena for Sts. Monica and Augustine

{ No Comment \ Tags: , , , \ Aug21 }
This year being "The Year for Priests", our celebration of the feasts of Sts. Monica and Augustine emphasizes the priesthood of the laity and the priesthood of the ordained. St. Monica is an example of the priesthood common to ...
Liturgy

He is Seated at the Right Hand of God

{ No Comment \ Tags: , , , \ May22 }
Since the Ascension God's plan has entered into its fulfillment. We are already at "the last hour". "Already the final age of the world is with us, and the renewal of the world is irrevocably under way; it is even ...
Liturgy, Scriptures

How Does One “Konek Konek”?

{ No Comment \ Tags: , \ Mar12 }
How does one relate the Sunday readings with one another? While it is not always advisable to connect one reading to another in a sermon, it can very well be done for purposes of meditation and prayer. In ...
Liturgy

This Year’s Lenten Journey

{ 1 Comment \ Tags: , \ Feb24 }
We are now on the third Sunday of Lent (Year A), and as we progress towards Holy Week, I would like to give a summary of our Lenten journey this year by offering some reflections on the Sunday readings for ...

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