In the National Rugby League’s (NRL) Footy Show, a slightly irreverent show about the players of the NRL, they have a segment called “Perfect Partners” where they ask the wives or girlfriends of the NRL players and try to match their answers ...
Peter’s exclamation in today’s Gospel reading catches my attention dear friends. The Church invites us today to reflect upon the Transfiguration of Jesus and to touch upon the experience of his three disciples ‘up the mountain.’
There are two lovely statements about trusting God in today’s readings. In the first reading from Isaiah God says: Does a woman forget her baby at the breast, or fail to cherish the son of her womb? Yet even if these forget, I will never forget you.
The Gospel reading today invites us to look at the Letter of the Law with the eyes of Love. Dear friends, as we read today’s Gospel, one thing becomes very clear; Jesus has come to fulfil the Law and not to abolish it (Matt 5:17).
A few years ago I talked to my cousin from the United States over the phone and we chatted for quite a while. While she knows me, while I know that she knows me but somehow in her voice somehow she sounded a little bit bewildered.
The solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord, we celebrate today, is an important occasion in the Christmas Season. Through the visitation of the magi, God manifests Godself to the wider world.