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December 26 – St. Stephen

Matt 10:17-22 Coming Persecution What is the connection between Christmas and the Cross? All of us know that if we want to enter God’s Kingdom we must take up our own crosses and follow in His footsteps. It is because … Continue reading

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December 27 – St. John the Evangelist

John 20:1a, 2-8 The Empty Tomb Two days after Christmas, we are celebrating the Feast of St. John the Evangelist, Jesus’ apostle who did not experience martyrdom but according to Christian tradition, John lived a ripe old age and died … Continue reading

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December 28 – Holy Innocents

Matt 2:13-18 The Flight to Egypt Today is Ninos Inocentes or the Feast of Holy Innocents. The Feast commemorates the massacre of the infant boys “from two years old and under,” by the jealous and insecure King Herod who heard … Continue reading

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December 29 – 5th Day of Christmas

Luke 2:22-35 The Presentation in the Temple Today’s gospel passage is about the presentation of the Lord in the Temple by which this gospel, we read this also during the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord this coming February … Continue reading

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December 30 – 6th Day of Christmas

Luke 2:36-40 There are some people who when growing old become apprehensive, anxious, afraid, insecure and even bitter. But there are also others who when growing old, grow old gracefully and productively. Like for example: Miguel Cervantes wrote Don Quixote … Continue reading

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December 31 – 7th Day of Christmas

John 1:1-18 The Word Today is the last day of this old calendar year and tonight many of us will welcome the New Year with a big bang. We will listen to fireworks explosion even if the government made a … Continue reading

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