05.05.2021John 15:1-8 Vine and the BranchesIn the Old Testament vine or vineyard was used to symbolise the people of Israel. Isiah 5: 1-7 is a beautiful song about the vineyard…

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04.05.2021 John 14:27-31 "The Father is greater than I." This gospel passage is from the gospel of John. No other gospel explains the divinity of Jesus other than the gospel…

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Divine Mercy Sunday – In the year 2000, Pope John Paul II declared the Sunday after Easter to be the Feast of Divine Mercy. In doing so, he took to the heart of the whole Church a desire that Sr. Faustina had received in visions from Jesus himself.

This feast is closely connected with the image of the Merciful Jesus, from whose heart two rays of light emerge. The greatness and importance of this image lie not in…

Continue Reading Divine Mercy Sunday – In the year 2000, Pope John Paul II declared the Sunday after Easter to be the Feast of Divine Mercy. In doing so, he took to the heart of the whole Church a desire that Sr. Faustina had received in visions from Jesus himself.

John 1:1-18 – The prologue to the gospel of John is one of the greatest theological masterpieces of the bible. It sums up the whole of Christianity. It is an attestation of the unending love of God.

"In the beginning was the Word." This is how John begins. No first-century Jew would miss it. 'Bereshit' is the Hebrew for "in the beginning." That is how the whole…

Continue Reading John 1:1-18 – The prologue to the gospel of John is one of the greatest theological masterpieces of the bible. It sums up the whole of Christianity. It is an attestation of the unending love of God.

24.12.2020 Lk 1:67-79 In today's Gospel, we read the prophetic song of Zechariah. The Messiah is referred to here as the light from on high. A ray of light that…

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