21st Sunday In Ordinary Time

The gospel talks about Jesus’ followers asking him this question:  Will a few be saved?  The Church is always interested to know who is already saved – that is, saints who are now in Heaven.  Let’s watch the video to find out more.  Based on the readings of Isaiah 66: 18-21; Hebrews 12: 5-13; & Luke 13: 22-30.

20th Sunday In Ordinary Time

Having A relationship with Jesus does not mean our lives will be easier.  In fact, Jesus warned that it could be difficulty sometimes.  Nonetheless, it would be worthwhile.  Based on the readings of Jeremiah 38: 4-10; Hebrews 12: 1-4; & Luke 12: 49-53.

19th Sunday In Ordinary Time

How can a person become successful?  Definitely s/he has to work hard for a long time to see theIR fruits.  Likewise, if we want to go to Heaven, we need to have a strong commitment nourishing our relationship with God and other people.  Based on the readings of Wisdom 18: 6-9; Hebrews 11: 1-19; & Luke 12: 32-48.

18th Sunday In Ordinary Time

For the past few Sundays, the second reading in the Mass are from St. Paul’s letter to the Colossians.  Who are they and what are their issues?  This vlog will explain more!  Based on the readings of Ecclesiastics 1: 2-23; Colossians 3: 1-11; & Luke 12: 13-21.

17th Sunday In Ordinary Time

Fr. MD takes an opportunity to share his reflection on one passage in the gospel based on his own personal experience.  May we try our best to always trust and believe that God has the best interest in us.  God bless.  Based on the readings of Genesis 18: 20-32; Colossians 2: 12-14; & Luke 11: 1-13.