The Cross Christus factus est pro nobis obediens usque ad mortem…(Phil2:8) Puer natus est nobis, et filius datus est nobis…(Is9:5) Like an explosion of fireworks in the night sky, the Incarnation of the Son manifested in an unprecedented manner that God is love. Never before has God’s radical love for mankind been shown to
Holy Wednesday Was it the presence of the brothers on the streets, stirring up the neighborhood? Or was it something deeply spiritual about ‘Spy Wednesday’? We don’t know. But the atheists were fired up last night, showing up everywhere. Two of them made it all the way to the church itself. The first one,
Fr Michael Sliney, LC introduces his new series on the Ten Commandments. “The conditions necessary for true freedom.” “What do you think about most of the time?” “To often God’s name is taken in vain…do I do that, can I correct that?” “It’s His day and it’s our day, to recover….” “Remember how much Jesus
Fr Michael Sliney, LC reminds us, “everyone you are in contact with God wants to touch through you because He loves them intensely.”
Fr Michael Sliney, LC asks, “How do you respond to God’s will?”
Fr Stephen Dyas, LC shares, “God loves each one of us as if we are the only one.”
Fr Michael Sliney, LC encourages us to let God help us, He is the lifeboat.
“[God] is not proud…He will have us even though we have shown that we prefer everything else to Him.” –CS Lewis Sooner or later, most people realize that the glitter and glow of worldly pleasure simply does not satisfy. God knows our weakness, and he patiently waits for us to come back to him… God