31st Sunday in Ordinary Time 5 November 2017 Mal 1:14-2:2, 8-10 1 Th 2:7-9, 13 Mt 23:1-12 We often get disillusioned when our leaders do not walk the talk. We see their hypocrisy, and we throw the baby out with the bathwater: we dismiss who they are and what they teach together with what they […]
“For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then we will see face to face. Now I know only in part; then I will know fully, even as I have been fully known.”
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Saga, Vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan My rating: 5 of 5 stars (Trigger warning: the image below might be disturbing) What even. This was surprisingly so good. And I am so happy because… […]
There are times that I wonder whether my faith is real or whether it is all just in my head. I wonder whether I really believe the great insights I preach or the grand truths I proclaim. I wonder if my relationship with God is real.
Note to readers: This post falls under a new category, which comprises reflections that I have begun writing for the Manna, my parish’s (Church of St Francis Xavier) newsletter. These reflections are based on the readings (usually one Old Testament, one New Testament, and one Gospel passage) for that particular Sunday. Two other writers and […]
Tb to LOG retreat 2012, when all of us delivered our testimonies to each other.
“It’s strange. I’ve given testimonies almost four times already. Yet each time, my testimony is somewhat different.”
Myanmar is receiving unanimous condemnation over the Rohingya atrocities. So why is the crisis not abating? A version of this post was published on Fox & Hedgehog. At this stage, despite the Myanmar government’s equivocations, it is indisputable that atrocities are being committed against the Rohingya. Among other key pieces of evidence, satellite imagery confirmed […]