Clergy Corner

September 2020

Sep 18

Total Commitment to the Lord

The life of a Christian whose commitment to the Lord is not total is a waste. St. Paul was a totally committed apostle so that he could assure his fellow Christians beyond any doubt that, "Christ will be glorified in my body, whether by my life or by my death" (Phil 1:20). This kind of total commitment and abandonment to God’s...
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Sep 11

Forgiveness

This Sunday’s Gospel passage offers us a lesson on forgiveness which does not deny wrongdoing but recognizes that human beings, created in God’s image, are always greater than the evil they commit. Saint Peter asks Jesus: “Lord, if my brother sins against me, how often must I forgive? As many as seven times?" And Jesus...
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Sep 4

Patience, Courage and Charity

One of the greatest issues that tend to plague the younger generations is their inability to properly communicate. In a digital age, where most communication seems to be done either on televisions, computers, or smartphones, people have lost the ability to have a conversation, especially a hard conversation. For all the complaining I hear about...
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