How Do You Find Working?

3 April 2011 4th Sunday of Lent1 Sam 16: 1-13; Psalm 23: 1-6; Eph 5:8-14; John 9:1-41Note: This is a scheduled post. Every article published in this blog has been written long before the 11th of March 2011, the beginning of my 30-day retreat. The rest will come out at the date and time IContinue reading “How Do You Find Working?”

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When Is It Right to Pretend?

25 August 2010 Wednesday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time2 Thessalonians 3, 6-18; Psalm 128; Matthew 23, 27-32 When a “woe” is pronounced in Scripture, it expresses one’s sadness on the state of someone or a group of people. It is also a warning of the very bad consequences to follow. Thus, a “woe”Continue reading “When Is It Right to Pretend?”

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Have You Ever Wished You Didn’t Have to Work?

17 March 2010: Wednesday in the 4th Week of LentIsaiah 49, 8-15; Psalm 145; John 5, 17-30 Working is not new to us. In fact, many of us complain about work and wish we are a people who don’t have to work. We envy those with resources; just by sitting pretty in their couches andContinue reading “Have You Ever Wished You Didn’t Have to Work?”

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There is Work in Heaven

26 August 2009: Wednesday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time2 Thess 3, 6-10, 16-18; Psalm 139; Matthew 23, 27-32Indira Gandhi tells us about her grandfather. Her grandfather said that there are two kinds of people: those who do the work and those who take credit. He told her that she should try to beContinue reading “There is Work in Heaven”

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Work

1 May 2008 St. Joseph the WorkerActs 18, 1-8; John 16, 16-20The celebration of Labor Day is for many Catholics also the memorial of St. Joseph the Worker. It seems that Catholics are making a statement apart from the ‘socialist’ movement that gave rise to the civil observance of the day of the ordinary worker.Continue reading “Work”

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