Bulletin Reflection

Our Source of the Truth

In the first reading today, the Prophet Jeremiah warns those who were leading the people astray. “Woe to the shepherds who mislead and scatter the flock of my pasture, say the Lord.” Jeremiah lived in a tough time for Judea, the southern kingdom. Israel, the northern kingdom had been destroyed Read more…

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Bulletin Reflection

Eucharistic Adoration

We, Catholics believe and we are taught in the Catechism that the Eucharist is the source and summit of our faith. The existential presence of Jesus Christ, Our Redeemer, in the Eucharist even after the celebration of the Holy Mass, is a great blessing for us. Besides maintaining His promise Read more…

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Bulletin Reflection

Memorial Day

On Monday, May 28th we observe the Memorial Day in US. On this special day we remember the more than one million American combatants, who have died in many wars through the history. According to the available data, since 9/11 approximately 7000 U.S. troops have lost their lives in Afghanistan, Read more…

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Bulletin Reflection

Why should I pray?

God knows me and knows what I need. If so, “Why should I pray?” Prayer basically enables a person to relate himself/ herself with God. We pray to God because of our relationship with Him, sharing what is weighing on us in life, our feelings and thoughts of our daily Read more…

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Bulletin Reflection

Jesus Cleanses the Temple

In John’s Gospel, the cleansing of the temple occurs early in the story, whereas in the synoptic gospels, all place this much later in their accounts. Perhaps John wanted to show the radical change Jesus desired in all aspects of life; our cleansing. Jesus, filled with justifiable anger makes a Read more…

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