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Monday of the 21st Week of the Year

Matt 23:13-22 Denunciation of the Scribes and Pharisees “Sige ka magagalit sa iyo ang Dios!” (God will get angry at you). These are the words often uttered by an exasperated parent to a naughty child. This is understandable considering the … Continue reading

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Tuesday of the 21st Week of the Year

Matt 23:23-26 Neglect for Weightier Things When someone comes up to you and tells you straight to your face: “Plastic ka!” wouldn’t you be offended and angry? This expression is used to refer to someone who is perceived to be … Continue reading

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Wednesday of the 21st Week of the Year

Matt 23:27-32 Denunciation of the Scribes and Pharisees Somebody said that by the songs you sing, you reveal your age. I don’t know when this song was made popular, and I even forgot its title, but I like its lyrics … Continue reading

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Thursday of the 21st Week of the Year

Matt 24:42-51 The Unknown Day and Hour There were three young devils their taking final examination in Hell. They were trembling in cold sweat despite the heat. Their Principal, Professor Satanus, looked at them and said: “Just one question, what … Continue reading

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Friday of the 21st Week of the Year

Matt 25:1-13 The Parable of the Ten Virgins Jesus again, reminds us in today’s gospel that we have to be always prepared and ready for the two things certainly will happen to us: the end of the world and our … Continue reading

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Saturday of the 21st Week of the Year

Matt 25:14-30 The Parable of the Talents Today’s gospel reading is about the parable of the talents.  A talent was a big amount of money. In the Roman currency in the first century A.D one talent was equivalent to 6,000 denarii. … Continue reading

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