Friday 1st of September “The wise and foolish virgins.” Matthew 25:1-13 The Parable of the Ten Virgins reminds us that we need to always be ready to meet our creator. Nobody knows the time or day. That is why, the
Thursday 31st of August “He is coming at an hour you do not expect.” Matthew 24:42-51 In today’s reading, we are reminded that Jesus is coming again, and this will be at an hour we do not expect. Aswereadthispassage,whatfeelingsstirin us? How
Wednesday 30th of August “You are the sons of those who murdered the prophets.” Matthew 23:27-32 Today, Jesus invites us to live consciously and not just follow the same thinking and behaviour passed down to us by our parents or caregivers.
Tuesday 29th of August “The beheading of John the Baptist” Mark 6:17-29 St Mark tells us that Herod was conflicted. He imprisoned St John the Baptist, who told him that it was wrong for him to marry his brother’s wife.
Monday 28th of August “You broke with idolatry when you were converted to God.” 1 Thessalonians 1:1-5, 8-10 In this passage, we are reminded of how we can be a witness of faith for others. St Paul sees the conversion of
Sunday 27th of August “You are Peter and on this rock, I will build my Church.” Matthew 16:13-20 When we pray the Nicene Creed at Mass, we profess that “I believe in one holy, catholic and apostolic Church.” All Christians believe
Saturday 26th of August “They do not practise what they preach.” Matthew 23:1-12 Where do we strive to know more with the idea that it will give us something more than the knowledge itself? Do we believe that it is
Friday 25th of August “The commandments of love.” Matthew 22:34-40 The greatest commandment in your life is you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is
Thursday 24th of August St Bartholomew “You will see heaven laid open, and the Son of Man.” John 1:45-51 Today is the feast day of St Bartholomew, one of the twelve believed to be the same as Nathaniel in today’s
Wednesday 23rd of August “Why be envious because I am generous?” Matthew 20:1-16 Sometimes, we may compare ourselves to others, whether it be work, material possessions, appearances, or achievements. This can make us jealous, prejudiced, dissatisfied and unhappy about certain