Monthly Archives: November 2023

First Sunday of Advent, Year B Mark 13,33-37

Purpose: The listeners must be confused and disturbed so that they accept the call to vigilance and thus prepare for the start of Advent. Not to miss the opportunity while there is a time watch, then, exclamation point, because you don’t … Continue reading

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To encourage believers that losing leads to gain. Nowadays, it is not at all familiar to talk about dying, about loss, or even about the fact that life is not meant to be loved. They talk about the joy of … Continue reading

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Memento. History also teaches us to live wisely and to expect the last day.

Jesus told his disciples a parable: “Look at the fig tree and the other trees! When you see them budding, you know that summer is near. So you also, when you see this happening, know that the kingdom of God … Continue reading

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Saint Andrew-Apostle.

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Feast of Saint Andrew-Apostle Matthew 4, 18-22

Jesus is walking by the Sea of ​​Galilee, i.e., the Sea of ​​Tiberias, and he sees two brothers – Simon, whom they call Peter, and his brother Andrew, who are lowering nets into the sea. He immediately urged them to give … Continue reading

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Not to be seduced and deceived. The false prophets did not die out.

Jehovah’s Witnesses, from their founder Charles Taz Russell (1852 – 1916), the Christian Science sect founded by Mary Ann Morse Baker, the Federation of Families for World Peace, the Unification Church, and others appear as a wolf in sheep’s clothing, … Continue reading

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Man forgets that God loves him.

Interview with Bishop Milan Lach about the fourth central truth of faith: God is a just judge who rewards the good and punishes the bad. None of us will avoid judgment day. What will be his criteria? In an interview about … Continue reading

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Conversion is surrenderto the love of God

Like a frightened dog, after all the barking and running away at every movement, he finally dares to come and be petted and fed – and ultimately, his fear breaks, and he believes us. That’s how we are towards God. … Continue reading

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Anointed King.

For a Christian, to reign means to serve. The relief of the Last Judgment on the northern portal of the Košice Cathedral of St. Elizabeth. Photo: wikipedia.org The final Sunday in the calendar of the liturgical year before the beginning of the … Continue reading

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Sacrifice everything.

Jesus is pleased with those who can renounce everything for him. We are preparing for the end of the church year. We are living the days of the Passion. A look at nature speaks of a new season of the … Continue reading

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