29th Sunday In Ordinary Time

Paying taxes has always been a controversial issue – ever since the time of Jesus!  Fr. MD takes this opportunity to discuss how Christians should make their concerns known to the government.  God bless.  Based on the readings of Isaiah 45: 1-6; 1 Thessalonians 1: 1-5; Matthew 22: 15-21

28th Sunday In Ordinary Time

Jesus gives another parable in today’s gospel.  What point is He trying to make? The same point as the parable from last week’s gospel.  Fr. MD shares his reflections on the importance of our effort not to delay to nurture our spiritual life in this vlog. Based on the readings of Isaiah 25: 6-10; Philippians 4: 12-20; Matthew 22: 1-144.

27th Sunday In Ordinary Time

Today Fr. MD talks about how important it is that we not postpone taking care of our spiritual life.  Our souls will live forever, and after our death, they will end up either in Heaven or Hell – depending on how we live here on the earth.  May God give us the strength and wisdom to live our lives well.  Based on the readings of Isaiah 5: 1-7; Philippians 4: 6-9; Matthew 21: 33-43.

26th Sunday In Ordinary Time

In the gospel Jesus talks about two sons who struggled to do what their father asked of them.  In fact, these two sons represent us as we struggle to do what God asks of us. One of the goals all Christians should have is to be cheerful and obedient to God’s will.  Based on the readings of Ezekiel 18: 25-28; Philippians 2: 1-11; Matthew 21: 28-32.

25th Sunday In Ordinary Time

How does today’s gospel apply to today’s Christians? The vlog will discuss a few related points. God bless. Based on the readings of Isiaiah 55: 6-9; Philippians 1: 20-27; Matthew 20: 1-16.