26th Sunday In Ordinary Time

The story in the gospel about the rich man suffering after his death gives us an important lesson: Do not postpone trying to improve oneself especially in relationship with God and other people.  Why?  Watch the vlog and you will get the answer.  Based on the readings of Amos 6: 1-7; 1 Timothy 6: 11-16; & Luke 16: 19-31.

25th Sunday In Ordinary Time

Doctors can easily tell the state of a person’s health by simply looking at his or her tongue and fingernails.  Spiritually and psychologically, this is similar to the state of a person by how s/he talks to other people.  Let’s watch this vlog to see what Fr. MD points out!  Based on the readings of Amos 8: 4-7; 1 Timothy 2: 1-8; & Luke 16: 1-13.

24th Sunday In Ordinary Time

Many people have talked privately with me about their adult children who stopped going to church.  Naturally they were worried.  What should they do?  This vlog will tell more!  Based on the readings of Exodus 32: 7-14; 1 Timothy 1: 12-17; & Luke 15: 1-32.

23rd Sunday In Ordinary time

Fr. MD appreciates all three readings for the Mass today.  He will share his reflection on each reading.  Enjoy!  Based on the readings of Wisdom 9: 13-18; Philemon 9: 10-17; & Luke 14: 25-33.

22nd Sunday In Ordinary Time

In the gospel, Jesus invites us to become humble.  How can we become more humble?  Reread the gospel because in it, we will find an easy recipe on how to become more humble – that is, to socialize more with the poor and the marginalized.  Based on the readings of Sirach 3: 17-29; Hebrews 12: 18-24; & Luke 14: 1-14.