The Eucharistic Life

The Eucharistic Life

In the year 1264 at the request of Pope Urban, St. Thomas Aquinas composed a beautiful hymn for the feast of Corpus Christi. The hymn is very familiar to us and it continues to inspire us to love and adore the Eucharist. The first verse says: “I adore you by...
Come Holy Spirit

Come Holy Spirit

Archbishop Van Thuan, from Vietnam, in his famous book, Testimony of Hope mentions about an interview done many years ago with Cardinal Jean Marie Lustiger of Paris. The Journalist asked him, “Do you believe in the existence of the devil?”           “Yes, I do.”  “But...
Faith in the Redeemer

Faith in the Redeemer

As we are about to conclude the great season of Easter with the feast of Ascension and Pentecost, it is good to remind ourselves the meaning and the significance of salvific events we celebrated in this liturgical season. When we say we are redeemed what we actually...
Let Us Be On Our Way

Let Us Be On Our Way

Gospels present the life of Jesus here on earth as a journey from Galilee to Jerusalem (Lk 9:51). It was a Journey to his Father, which ended in his death, resurrection and ascension to his father.  On this Journey, he invited many to follow him and he taught them the...
We Are An Easter People

We Are An Easter People

In one of the hymns for Easter season, we sing; “We are an Easter people, ours is an Easter faith.”  It is an invitation to lead our lives with hope and joy in our hearts. It is true that in every Eucharistic celebration we proclaim, “Christ has died, Christ is risen,...

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