Today is Fri Nov 17, 2017

03 NovREFLECTIONS FOR NOV-2 ALL SOULS DAY & NOV 3-Thirty-first Week in Ordinary Time ·Tuesday

SSS REFLECTION FOR NOV 2. – ALL SOULS DAY. Macken, Purgatory. We can help the Holy Souls in Purgatory pass more quickly over the great divide that separates them from God by making reparation for sin. We can thus also shorten our own passage through this waiting room of heaven. If we are generous in […]

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28 OctFeast of Sts. Simon and Jude

Words to consider in today’s Feast of Sts. Simon and Jude Nosotros podemos aprender a encontrar la felicidad en cumplir, calladamente, la labor y la misión que el Señor nos ha encomendado en la vida. “Te aconsejo que no busques la alabanza propia, ni siquiera la que merecerías: es mejor pasar oculto, y que lo […]

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22 OctSSS Gospel Commentary for the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time ·Thursday Luke 12:49-53

Short, Simple and Sound Gospel Commentary for the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time · Thursday Luke 12:49-53 “I have come to cast fire upon the earth, and what will I but that it be kindled?” We can loosely apply these words of Christ to the love of God. Love has often been compared to a burning flame. […]

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15 OctSSS Reflection for Oct. 15. Memorial of Sta. Teresa de Avila.

SSS Reflection for Oct. 15. Memorial of Sta. Teresa de Avila. St Teresa was certain that through prayer we can achieve all God asks of us including what seems impossible through our own effort alone. Several times throughout her life she heard the Lord’s words: “What is it you fear?” Though she was old, sick […]

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09 OctSSS-27th Week in Ordinary Time-Friday

Short, Simple and Sound Gospel Commentary for the Twenty-seventh Week in Ordinary Time ·Friday Luke 11:15-26“Every kingdom divided against itself is heading for ruin, and a household divided against itself collapses.” While Christ said this to show that he was not casting out devils by the power of the devil, as his enemies accused him of, the […]

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