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Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: Intercession/Intervention

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 7/29/19

FR MICHAEL’S THOUGHT ON BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah, Vice Rector: St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

INTERCESSION/INTERVENTION

The biblical image of intercession or intervention can be visible to the eye and heart of the believer in the texts provided for us for our 17th Sunday reflections. For all of ... Read More »

FR MICHAEL’S THOUGHT ON BIBLICAL IMAGERY

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 7/23/19

FR MICHAEL’S THOUGHT ON BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah, Vice Rector: St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

MARTHA’S HOUSE (LUKE 10:38-42)

[HOUSE OF GOD; LITURGY OF THE WORD AND THE LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST]

I see an image of a household of God who welcomes Jesus to lead in a ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: The Good Samaritan

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 7/16/19

MY THOUGHT ON BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah, Vice Rector – St. Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

THE GOOD SAMARITAN (LUKE 10:25-37)

This story of “KINDNESS” is pregnant with varied meanings. One needs to pay attention to this pericope from the pen of Luke, for at first sight one may ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 7/11/19

MY THOUGHTS ON BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah, Vice Rector – St. Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

I SEND YOU AS SHEEP IN THE MIDST OF WOLVES (MATTHEW 10:16)

Jesus used a lot of “coded” words in his public ministry and once he told his disciples of the rational behind ... Read More »

Tom DiGiovanni's Thoughts on St. Joseph

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 5/24/19

“The sight of the world in which we live, the need and misery, and an abyss of human malice, again and again dampens jubilation over the victory of light. The world is still deluged by mire, and still but a small flock has escaped from it to the highest ... Read More »

7 Churches

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 4/04/19

Seven Churches on Holy Thursday Sonia Kieras’ Reflection from 2018

My very first experience of visiting 7 Churches last year was very joyful, exhilarating and prayerful.

It was so enjoyable seeing so many young people praying and enjoying themselves.

All my years as a Roman Catholic, I never knew ... Read More »

What are you Thankful for? Week 2

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 12/11/18

In his Thanksgiving homily, and last week's blog post, Fr. Peter reminded us to be thankful for the little things.  The heating bill, the yard work, and even that person singing off key, or the parent speaking too loudly (because they can't hear too well).

This week, we asked ... Read More »

What are you Thankful for?

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 12/03/18

What are you Thankful for?

From Fr. Peter's Thanksgiving Homily.  Remember - no matter the circumstances, there is ALWAYS something to be THANKFUL for!

I am thankful for the mess to clean up after a party because it means I have been surrounded by friends.

I am thankful for ... Read More »

DISCOURAGED CATHOLICS

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 9/10/18

DISCOURAGED CATHOLICS 

I know the church news at the moment is pretty grim. Its the summer of shame and all that, but Catholics should buckle up their swords and polish their shields.

It has always been a spiritual battle, and warfare is messy and there are casualties and there ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Formation

Posted by Suzanne Najman on 8/31/18

FORMATION

The author to the book of Genesis states clearly that God made us all from the dust of the earth and he fashioned us in his own image and likeness. The fall of Adam and Eve brought a defect to our likeness to God. It has therefore been ... Read More »

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