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Sunday A in the 3rd week of Ordinary Mt 4,12-13

Have you already experienced the dawn? The power of the night is losing its power and with the new day more and more beauty can be seen, and you felt and experienced that the power of the day enriches more. And … Continue reading

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Baptism of the Lord.

Humanism is the fruit of change One of the slogans of the European Renaissance and humanism was a rebirth. A man should have reached it in the process of returning to ancient ideals, which were supposed to change him. The … Continue reading

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Third Sunday A of Advent

I am a Catholic Christian not only because I am baptized, but because I profess my faith and live according to it. When we learn a foreign language, we should be able to introduce ourselves in that language. More and more … Continue reading

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Second Sunday A of Advent Mt 3,1-12

Current challenge: Prepare the way for the Lord!  The call of John the Baptist is relevant even at the turn of the millennium . Do you realize how much information, messages, calls, and announcements we hear per year? What a … Continue reading

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33 Sunday C Luke 21,5-19

Today it started nicely: “Look at the temple, how beautifully it is decorated!” (Lk 21, 5-19) It probably was; some consider it a wonder of the world at that time. With a few words, Jesus directed attention to a broader … Continue reading

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Thirty-second Sunday C in Ordinary Time Lk 20,27-38

Introduction. To live forever – a person not only longed, longs but will still desire.The surrounding nature, our cemeteries during these days, the liturgical texts at the end of the church year, all this more often reminds us of an … Continue reading

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Solemnity of all Saints

 Introduction. In the latest issues of several tabloid magazines, several tutorials are promoted in our country: a guide to get rich quickly, learn a foreign language or lose weight. Some stumble upon this announcement, except for a small percentage; they … Continue reading

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Thirty-first Sunday C in ordinary time, Luke 19,1-10

 Introduction. In the gospel, we heard Jesus say to the tollbooth Zacchaeus, “Today I must stay in your house” (Lk 19:5).Zacchaeus probably never suspected and did not count on having such a rare visit to his home. He had no … Continue reading

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Thirtieth Sunday C in ordinary time. Luke 18,9-14

Introduction. There was a funeral for a young woman who lived with moral weaknesses. She died shortly after the procedure against the unborn child. Magdalene. This weakness seems to be hereditary. God gave her the grace to confess, and she died saying, “Lord, … Continue reading

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Twenty-ninth Sunday C “through the year.”

Nothing is more complicated than praying, and there is nothing easier than praying. They brought a grandmother to the intensive care department. She kept moving her lips. After a few hours, the sister put her ear to the grandmother’s lips. Although it … Continue reading

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