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15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Christy .. on 7/07/20

My Dear People,

There is a dramatic shift in Jesus’ teaching method. He spoke to them at length in parables. This is the first time Matthew specifically uses the word parables to describe Jesus’ teaching. While Jesus occasionally spoke in parables before, here he suddenly addresses the crowds “at ... Read More »

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2020

Posted by Christy .. on 7/07/20

My Dear People,

Here we are privileged to listen as Jesus addresses his Father in prayer. This is a rare opportunity for readers in Matthew. Only twice more will we hear the Messiah speaking intimately with the Father—when he surrenders himself to suffering in Gethsemane (26:39,42) and when he ... Read More »

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2020

Posted by Christy .. on 6/23/20

My Dear People, 

First of all, I would like to thank the ones who attended the Holy Hour in reparation for the Luciferian (Satanists) march on June 21st in several cities. We need to pray more and more because the evil forces (the children of darkness) are getting larger ... Read More »

12th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2020

Posted by Christy .. on 6/23/20

My Dear People, 

First of all,  I would Like to wish all the fathers: Happy Father’s Day! 

In the Gospel today, Jesus tells the apostles they must not be afraid of their opponents. They must still proclaim the gospel.  It would be tempting to stop preaching the gospel or ... Read More »

Most Holy Trinity 2020

Posted by Christy .. on 6/23/20

My Dear People,

 On June 3rd it was Fr. Ireneo Lopez-Tovar 70th Anniversary of his ordination. I congratulate Fr. Ireneo and thank him for all his dedication and commitment to serve the Lord for so many years. We pray that more vocation will be there for the priesthood.

Having ... Read More »

Corpus Christi 2020

Posted by Christy .. on 6/23/20

Bulletin A Corpus Christi  June 14, 2020

The feast of the Body and /blood of Christ is a feast that we should pause and reflect on the importance of the Eucharist. One bible chapter that describes the importance of Jesus in the Eucharist best is the Six chapter of John. 

Then Jesus explains, in high biblical imagery for God’s wisdom and Torah, eating this bread means taking Jesus in as spiritual nourishment, and wisdom. But there is a much greater depth to these words. Jesus now specifies that this bread that gives eternal life is his own flesh. He gives his flesh for the life of the world, in his perfect act of love and obedience on the cross. Once crucifies and transformed by the resurrection, it is Jesus’ own flesh that people must ... Read More »

Pentecost 2020

Posted by Christy .. on 6/17/20

Today we celebrate Pentecost Sunday. Pentecost celebration was held fifty days after the Passover, that is, after seven weeks had passed. The material harvest which the Jews celebrated so joyfully became, through God’s providence, the symbol of the spiritual harvest which the apostles began to reap. The feast of ... Read More »

3rd Sunday of Lent 2020

Posted by Christy .. on 3/16/20

My Dear People,

In the Gospel, Jesus goes against the generally accepted ethnic and religious standards by speaking not only to a woman, but to a Samaritan woman. The northern tribes, when they became one kingdom, were called Israel, meanwhile the southern tribes, when they combined into one kingdom, ... Read More »

2nd Sunday of Lent 2020

Posted by Christy .. on 3/06/20

My Dear People,

The Transfiguration scene bears witness to an inner circle among the Twelve: Peter, James, and John.  Jesus will single them out again when he invites them to pray with him in the garden of Gethsemane at the start of his Passion (26:37). Here, he takes them ... Read More »

1st Sunday of Lent 2020

Posted by Christy .. on 3/06/20

My Dear People,

From the waters of the Jordan the Spirit leads Jesus into the desert to be tempted by Satan. This is the rugged Judean wilderness west of the Dead Sea.  Here Jesus goes for a grueling forty days and nights of fasting. He faces not only harsh ... Read More »