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Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time B Mk 4,26-34

Indeed, the parables of the Lord Jesus on the “germination of sown seed” and the “mustard seed” point to the “Kingdom of God” (Mark 4: 46,30). The Lord Jesus takes parables from the peasant environment, which today’s man easily understands. … Continue reading

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Seventh Sunday of Easter Jn 11-19

Do you also be troubled and disturbed by disunity? We know how much it costs us to maintain unity.The mother prays that her children will get along well with each other. The father asks the children that his death will … Continue reading

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Ascension of the Lord Mk 16, 15-20

The right and duty of the Christian to evangelize (Mark 16: 15-20)With the ascension of the Lord, the missionary activity of the Church begins. We’ve all noticed them already. They really live their beliefs and faith. They report publicly, confessing … Continue reading

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Sixth Sunday of Easter B

Stay in my love (Jn 15: 9-17)Let’s reconsider our position on Jesus’ command of love. Let’s ask ourselves: Can we live without love? What does the child expect from his parents? We know that children are already susceptible and receptive … Continue reading

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Fifth Sunday of Easter B Jn15: 1-8

The connection with Jesus decides (Jn 15: 1-8)Can we say of ourselves that we are Christians when we do not live with Jesus? We understand that the light bulb will not light without a source. A car with an empty … Continue reading

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Fourth Sunday of Easter Jn 10, 11-18

Today we have Sunday as a good shepherd or, in other words, a day of prayer for priestly and religious vocations. The question of priestly vocations is important for the church because the church cannot exist in the long run … Continue reading

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Second Sunday of Easter Jn,19-31

How to achieve faith. Young children were preparing for their first communion. An uncle of a boy asked his nephew, “How can you believe that God exists when you have never seen him?” has he never seen him either? ” … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday B

Easter Sunday 2021 See and believe (Jn 20: 1-10)Easter is a time to reflect on your faith. “Hallelujah, let us rejoice; Christ Jesus rises from the dead.” This is how the whole Church sings all over the country today. She … Continue reading

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Second Sunday B of Lent Mk 9,2-19

Lent and our transformation (Mark 9: 9-10)Lent liturgical period – a time of spiritual growth and progress. It is clear to each of us that the fish is made for swimming. The bird is made for flying, and its place … Continue reading

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Encourage reflection on life and preparation for Easter.

Dear brothers and sisters, dear youth, have you ever considered the value of silence in your life? Or do you not even have the time, like many people today? Indeed, today man is deeply struck inside by the heftiness of … Continue reading

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