By Fr. Corneille Boyeye, MSC Lenten season: A time for spiritual healing“Whatever villages or towns or countryside he entered, they laid the sick in the marketplaces and begged him that they might touch only the tassel on his cloak; and as many as touched it were healed.” (Mark 6:56)In Jesus’ time, physical illness was obviously of…

2/1 – Marian Chacon, San Jacinto, CA – $50  2/2 – James Simpson, Hill City, SD – $50  2/3 – Dennis Sullivan, Nazareth, PA – $100  2/4 – Bruce Bennet, Rindge, NH – $50  2/5 – Andy Swope, Ebensburg, PA – $50  2/6 – Karl Stechschulte, Columbus Grove, OH – $50  2/7 – Geralyn Leon,…

By Fr. Corneille Boyeye, MSC Lenten season: A journey of personal transformation“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” (Rom. 12:2)For many people, Lent brings up childhood memories of…

By Fr. Ray Diesbourg, MSC  Following God’s Will, Part 2  Along with our vocation in life, we come to know God’s will for us through prayer that asks God directly for guidance in knowing his will. Even repeating the words of Jesus “not my will, but yours be done” can be helpful. We also have to…

By Fr. Ray Diesbourg, MSC Following God’s Will, Part 1 In the Garden of Gethsemane Jesus prayed, “My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from me.” He didn’t really want to have to die a terrible death. It would be too much pain to hold, too much suffering to embrace, too much agony to…

By Bro. Warren Perrotto, MSC  At all times, and in all his actions, Jesus was focused on the mission given to him by the Father to be carried out on earth. The highest priority of his life was to do the will of the Father. His witness to the love and compassion of the Father was…

By Bro. Warren Perrotto, MSC Set your hearts on his kingdom first, and on God’s saving justice, and all these other things will be given you as well. (Matthew 6:33)Lent is truly a time for spiritual renewal. It is always a time for us to take upon ourselves a good “examination of conscience,” as a desert…

By Fr. Joji Adagatla, MSC  Luke 11:29-32  The opening sentence of today’s Gospel may grab your attention. Jesus is telling the crowd that the current generation is an evil generation. He goes on to tell them what will happen in the future and the forecast is not favorable! In fact, I assume Jesus words may have…

By Fr. Joji Adagatla, MSC Matthew 6:7-13 I say prayers at times, yet I am not fully present to what I am doing. Yes, I am praying the words but my mind may be miles away from what I say.One of the gifts of the prayers such as the Our Father and Hail Mary is that I…

By Br. Jim Miller, MSC  A Brother’s perspective: “Who do people say the Son of man is?” This is a good question to ponder during our Lenten sojourn and hopefully one that we will be able to answer by the time we complete our life here on this beautiful earth that God has created for…

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