Monday, May 02, 2016

 

Tuesday, 6th Week of Easter

03 May 2016

Tuesday, 6th Week of Easter

Sts. Philip and James, Apostles

Feast.     Red.     

 

1 Cor 15:1– 8 / Jn 14:6 – 14

 

St. Philip, Apostle, from Bethsaida, among the first disciples of Christ, was crucified in Hierapolis in Phrygia, now Turkey.  Apostle St. James, called the Less, was Bishop of Jerusalem and wrote an Epistle.  He was martyred in Jerusalem.

 

From the 1st Reading: 1 Cor 15:1 – 5

Let me remind you, brothers and sisters, of the Good News that I preached to you and which you received and on which you stand firm.  By that Gospel you are saved, provided that you hold to it as I preached it otherwise, you will have believed in vain.

 

In the first place, I have passed on to you what I myself received: that Christ died for our sins, as Scripture says;  that he was buried; that he was raised on the third day, according to the Scriptures; that he appeared to Cephas and then to the Twelve.

 

Gospel Reading: Jn 14:6 - 14

Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth and the life; no one comes to the Father but through me. If you know me, you will know the Father also; indeed you know him and you have seen him."

 

Philip asked him, "Lord, show us the Father and that is enough." Jesus said to him, "What! I have been with you so long and you still do not know me, Philip? Whoever sees me sees the Father; how can you say: 'Show us the Father?'  Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father is in me? 

 

"All that I say to you, I do not say of myself. The Father who dwells in me is doing his own work.  Believe me when I say that I am in the Father and the Father is in me; at least believe it on the evidence of these works that I do.

 

"Truly, I say to you, the one who believes in me will do the same works that I do; and he will even do greater than these, for I am going to the Father.  Everything you ask in my name, I will do, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son.  And everything you ask in calling upon my Name, I will do."

   

   

Reflection

Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life. He became human so He could personally lead us to the Father through His teachings and through His miracles, and ultimately, through death on the Cross. His words are the Truth of the power and magnificence of God. His actions, indeed, the very Life He lived and sacrificed, are proof of God's unconditional love for us. ?By believing and following Jesus, we become closer to God the Father. Living by the examples of Christ, we reflect God's image and God's goodness to others. We continue the work of Christ on earth, that the Father may be glorified.

 

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY

     Wenard R. Benoza

     Mary Aicon C. Almero

     Jose Tristan

 

Finally, we pray for one another, for those who have asked our prayers and for those who need our prayers the most. 

 

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Sunday, May 01, 2016

 

Monday, 6th Week of Easter

02 May 2016 

Monday, 6th Week of Easter

St. Athanasius, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

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Acts 16:11–15 / Jn 15: 26 -16:4a

 

St. Athanasius (297 – 373), Bishop of Alexandria for 45 years, was a great champion against the Arian heresy at the First General Council at Nicaea (325).

 

Gospel Reading: Jn 15:26 - 16:4a

Jesus said to his disciples, "From the Father, I will send you the Spirit of truth. When this Helper has come from the Father, he will be my witness, and you, too, will be my witnesses, for you have been with me from the beginning. 

 

"I tell you all this to keep you from stumbling and falling away. They will put you out of the synagogue. Still more, the hour is coming, when anyone who kills you will claim to be serving God; they will do this, because they have not known the Father or me. I tell you all these things now so that, when the time comes, you may remember that I told you."

 

Reflection

Part of the Last Supper discourse of our Lord, the core of our gospel today,  contains two very important elements. The first is his promise to his disciples that he will send the Holy Spirit to be their guide, strength and consolation in their mission. The second is a grim but very real warning of their coming persecution by some misguided people who may truly think that they are doing God's will in persecuting them. 

 

How do these apply to us living in a different time and place? The history of mankind is also a record of wars and violence throughout the ages. After two millennia of Christianity, Europe still suffered two devastating world wars and more recently, the Balkan civil wars. These were marred by genocide and various atrocities. 

 

Nearer home, we can still recall the cruel behavior of the Japanese Imperial armies on the people of China and Southeast Asia. Closer to our times, the racial riots in Malaysia and Indonesia continue to haunt us,  as well as the recent emergence of radical extremists from different faith traditions all over the world. In our grief over the injustice and senseless violence, our hearts cry out for justice and vengeance upon the perpetrators.  However we are all victims of our sinful nature and we share common brokenness. 

 

Would we allow the healing love of the Holy Spirit to soften our hardening hearts and mend our broken hearts in our grief and anger over the senseless violence and great injustice we see and experience around us? Why then did the almighty God choose to be vulnerable and suffer the greatest injustice and violence of the cross?

 

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Saturday, April 30, 2016

 

6th SUNDAY OF EASTER

01 May 2016  

6th SUNDAY OF EASTER

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Acts 15:1-2, 22-29 / Rev 21:10–14, 22-23 / Jn 14:23– 29

 

From the 1st Reading: Acts 15: 1, 28 - 29     

Some persons who had come from Judea and Antioch were teaching the brothers in this way, "Unless you are circumcised according to the law of Moses, you cannot be saved."  

 

"We, with the Holy Spirit, have decided not to put any other burden on you except what is necessary:  You are to abstain from blood from the meat of strangled animals and from prohibited marriages. If you keep yourselves from these, you will do well.  Farewell."

 

From the 2nd Reading: Rev 21:22 -23

I saw no temple in the city for the Lord God, Master of the universe, and the Lamb are themselves its temple.  The city has no need of the light of the sun or the moon, since God's Glory is its light and the Lamb is its lamp.

 

From the Gospel Reading: Jn 14:23 – 28

Jesus answered, "If anyone loves me, he will keep my word and my Father will love him; and we will come to him and make a room in his home.  But if anyone does not love me, he will not keep my words, and these words that you hear are not mine but the Father's who sent me.

 

"I told you all this while I was still with you.  From now on the Helper, the Holy Spirit whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and remind you of all that I have told you.

 

"Peace be with you; I give you my peace.  Not as the world gives peace do I give it to you.  Do not be troubled; do not be afraid.  You heard me say: 'I am going away, but I am coming to you.'  If you loved me, you would be glad that I go to the Father, for the Father is greater than I."

 

Reflection

For the Jewish people the Temple in Jerusalem is much more significant than our cathedrals, churches or chapels are to us.  For them the Temple is where they have the special presence of God. This presence is confirmed and strengthened in the Ark of the Covenant in the Temple, the sign of the covenant relationship with God.  The Temple signifies their unique relationship with God. The Temple is at the very heart of the identity of the people of Israel.

 

The incarnation of the Son of God changed this special relationship with the Jewish people. By becoming man, by being "made flesh" and "pitching his tent among us" (Jn 1: 14), the Word established a new kind of temple, his very self and humanity among us.  This is confirmed in the second reading from Revelation where "I saw no temple in the city for the Lord God, Master of the universe, and the Lamb are themselves its temple." (Rev 21: 22)

 

Our relationships with God will no longer be with repeated offerings and sacrifices but through our faith and following of the Lamb of God.  The Son of God has become our direct and immediate contact and intercessor with God such that if we abide in him and follow his commands, we will find salvation.

 

When we abide with God, God abides with us. We ourselves become God's temple: "If anyone loves me, he will keep my word and my Father will love him; and we will come to him and make a room in his home. " Jn 14: 23) 

 

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

 

ORDINATION

     Fr. Benjamin Y. Sim, SJ

 

Finally, we pray for one another, for those who have asked our prayers and for those who need our prayers the most. 

 

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Friday, April 29, 2016

 

Saturday, 5th Week of Easter

30 April 2016  
Saturday, 5th Week of Easter  
St. Pius V, Pope    
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Acts 16:1 – 10 / Jn 15:18 – 21
 
Pope St. Pius V (1504 – 1572) enforced reforms from the Council of Trent, published the Roman Catechism and revised the Roman Missal and the Divine Office.

From the 1st Reading: Acts 16:1– 3, 9 - 10
Paul traveled on to Derbe and then to Lystra.  A disciple named Timothy lived there, whose mother was a believer of Jewis origin but whose father was a Greek.  As the beievers at Lystra and Iconium spoke well of him, Paul wanted Timothy to accompany him.  So he took hiem and, because of the Jews of that place who all knew that his father was Greek, he circumcised him.

There one night Paul had a vision. A Macedonian stood before him and begged him, "Come over to Macedonia and help us!"  When he awoke, he told us of this vision and we understood that the Lord was clling us to give the Good News to the Macedonian people.

Gospel Reading: Jn 15:18 - 21 
Jesus said to the disciples,  "If the world hates you, remember that the world hated me before you. This would not be so if you belonged to the world, because the world loves its own. But you are not of the world since I have chosen you from the world; because of this the world hates you.

"Remember what I told you: the servant is not greater than his master; if they persecuted me, they will persecute you, too. If they kept my word, they keep yours as well. All this they will do to you for the sake of my name because they do not know the One who sent me."

Reflection
God is always guiding the Church in her growth.  In the first reading, St. Paul recruits Timothy who eventually became the bishop of Cyprus. Then, listening to the Holy Spirit, Paul decides to evangelize in Troas and Macedonia.  

The Lord guides and strengthens Paul in all his missionary journeys. However, he encounters much opposition from Jews and non-believing Gentiles. 
 
Thus is fulfilled in Paul's life and ministry Jesus' words about his followers being persecuted. For various reasons, many refuse to listen and accept the Goid News. For various reasons many times have those who preach the Good News also reviled and persecuted.
Evil wants to destroy good while good wants to conquer evil with love and kindness.  The fight seems so unequal but God's weakness is man's strength. Through death and persecution, many people have been converted to the faith. Through the shedding of the blood of many martyrs, many have entered the sheepfold.  We continue to bring the Good News to all for the sake of those who will believe.

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

BIRTHDAY
     Filomena Ll Naranjilla
     Vladimir Manuel
     Marie Joy A. Tiu

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
     Arturo & Amelia Marin

Finally, we pray for one another, for those who have asked our prayers and for those who need our prayers the most. 

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Thursday, April 28, 2016

 

Thursday, 5th Week of Easter

28 April 2016

Thursday, 5th Week of Easter 

St. Peter Chanel, Priest and Martyr 

St. Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort, Priest

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Acts 15: 7 – 21 / Jn 15: 9 – 11  

 

St. Peter Chanel (1803 – 1841), a French priest of the Society of Mary (Marists) was the Apostle of Oceania and its first martyr.

 

St. Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort (1673 – 1716), born in Brittany, a great preacher and missionary, with great devotion to our Lady and praying the Rosary, founded the Company of Mary (for priests), the Congregation of Daughters of Divine Wisdom (women devoted to the poor) and the Brothers of St. Gabriel.

 

Gospel Reading: Jn 15: 9 - 11 

Jesus said to his disciples, "As the Father has loved me, so I have loved you; remain in my love. You will remain in my love if you keep my commandments, just as I have kept my Father's commandments and remain in his love. I have told you all this, that my own joy may be in you and your joy may be complete."

 

Reflection

Jesus gives us the secret to a life of complete joy: obeying God's commands.  In Mt 22: 37 – 40, Jesus gives us the two greatest commandments: to "love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your mind" . . .  and to "love your neighbor as yourself. The whole Law and the Prophets are founded on these two commandments."

 

This is the secret to happiness and yet many people do not heed the instruction.  Why are we unable to obey God's commandments?

 

In today's world where individual freedom is so important, obedience seems to be losing strength as a value. Human power has been so emphasized that at times we no longer see the need for God.  Plus in reality it is not that easy to follow God's commandments.

 

It is not easy to love God when we see and experience pain and suffering in life. We expect a God who provides for our needs, one who gives us good times and good things. How can we love a God who allows poverty and hunger, war and sickness, and so many calamities to come. Why?

 

It is also difficult to love others as ourselves because of our selfish nature and especially if the other seems unlovable, if the other does not love us and even hurts us.  How can a son respect a drunkard-father? A wife an unfaithful husband?  A friend who has cheated?

 

The Lord does not provide easy answers. He simply calls us to remain in his love and promises true joy. This is the obedience Jesus showed: despite pain, rejection and suffering, he remained faithful to what the Father wanted.

 

The obedience and love Jesus showed are beyond our ordinary logic.  With loving obedience, he believed all will be well. 

 

We are called to do the same.  Are we willing to forego logic and trust and remain in God's love?  

 

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY

     Fr. Joseph Y. Haw, SJ

     Jaime Ysmael

 

IN MEMORIAM (+)

     Gregorio T. Basilio

 

Finally, we pray for one another, for those who have asked our prayers and for those who need our prayers the most. 

 

Have a good day!

 

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

 

Wednesday, 5th Week of Easter

27 April 2016
Wednesday, 5th Week of Easter
St. Peter Canisius, Priest and Doctor of the Church
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Acts 15:1 – 6 / Jn 15:1 – 8.

Born in Nijmegen, St. Peter Canisius (1521 – 1597) was an indefatigable Jesuit preacher and writer.

From the 1st Reading: Acts 15:1 – 2
Some persons who had come from Judea to Antioch were teaching the brothers in this way, ""Unless you are circumcised according to the law of Moses, you cannot be saved."

Because of this there was trouble, and Paul and Barnabas had fierce arguments with them. For Paul told the people to remain as they were when they became believers.  Finally those who had come from Jerusalem suggested that Paul and Barnabas and some others should go up to Jerusalem to discuss the matter with the apostles and elders.

Gospel Reading: Jn 15:1- 8
Jesus said, "I am the true vine and my Father is the vinegrower. If any of my branches doesn't bear fruit, he breaks it off; and he prunes every branch that does bear fruit, that it may bear even more fruit.

"You are already made clean by the word I have spoken to you; live in me as I live in you. The branch cannot bear fruit by itself but has to remain part of the vine; so neither can you if you don't remain in me.
 
"I am the vine and you are the branches. As long as you remain in me and I in you, you bear much fruit; but apart from me you can do nothing. Whoever does not remain in me is thrown away as they do with branches and they wither. Then they are gathered and thrown into the fire and burned. 

"If you remain in me and my words in you, you may ask whatever you want and it will be given to you. My Father is glorified when you bear much fruit: it is then that you become my disciples."
  

Reflection
In today's Gospel, Jesus encourages us to abide in Him.  What does it mean to abide in Him?  Our thoughts, words and actions need to be aligned to what is true, good and pleasing to God.  

Just as branches cannot bear fruit apart from the vine, there can be no fruit in our lives without Him. If we distance ourselves from Jesus, we cannot be good, faithful, generous or patient.  Without Him we cannot know the joy and peace that only Christ can bring.  Bearing good fruit oftentimes requires pruning. The Lord promises, however, that we will bear much fruit if we abide in him and allow him to purify us. 

Do you trust the Lord's guidance and wisdom in your life?  Whatever difficult situation you may be facing in, if you abide in Him, believe that the ultimate vinedresser will help you bear healthy fruit.


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BIRTHDAY
     Toffie Nuqui

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Sunday, April 24, 2016

 

Monday, 5th Week of Easter

25 April 2016

Monday, 5th Week of Easter

St. Mark, Evangelist

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1 Pt 5:5b –14 / Mk 16:15 – 20

 

St. Mark, who wrote the second Gospel, was a disciple and collaborator of St. Peter the Apostle.  Held as the first Bishop of Alexandria, he is the Patron of Venice and Egypt.

 

From the 1st Reading: 1 Pt 5:6 –10

Bow down, then, before the power of God so that he will raise you up at the appointed time.  Place all your worries on him since he takes care of you.

 

Be sober and alert because your enemy the devil prowls about like a roaring lion seeking someone to devour.  Stand your ground, firm in your faith, knowing that our brothers and sisters, scattered throughout the world, are confronting similar persecutions.  God, the giver of all grace, has called you to share in Christ's eternal Glory and after you have suffered a little he will bring you to perfection: he will confirm, strengthen and establish you forever.

 

Gospel Reading: Mk 16:15 - 20

Then Jesus told them, "Go out to the whole world and proclaim the Good News to all creation. The one who believes and is baptized will be saved; the one who refuses to believe will be condemned. Signs like these will accompany those who have believed: in my Name they will cast out demons and speak new languages; they will pick up snakes and, if they drink anything poisonous, they will be unharmed. They will lay their hands on the sick and they will be healed."

 

So then, after speaking to them, the Lord Jesus was taken up into heaven and took his place at the right hand of God. The Eleven went forth and preached everywhere, while the Lord worked with them and confirmed the message by the signs that accompanied them.

 

Reflection

"To be sent is to be anointed with the Holy Spirit."  The Holy Spirit goes with us in our mission to evangelize and proclaim the good news of God's Kingdom. 

      

A true and authentic believer is a witness to miracles.  The greatest miracle is our overcoming with the Holy Spirit against our inordinate desires, pride, wrong egotistic tendencies & sinfulness-our fallen nature.  No wonder St. John the Baptizer once said that "He must increase and I must decrease".  St. Paul said:  "It is no longer I who lives but Christ who lives in me."

      

With the help of the Holy Spirit we can develop in perfection the love that is necessary to overcome all our sinful tendencies and reverse its destructive effects by infusing the re-creative power of God into the process.  The Holy Spirit acts on our conscience to help us repent and reconcile ourselves to God.  The Holy Spirit enables us with the gift of life during our Baptism and the "spiritual gifts" bestowed on us in our Confirmation to help us with our following Christ in mission in proclaiming the new language of love.

 

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

 

IN MEMORIAM (+)

     Jovito Yu (Feb 15, 1948 – Apr 25, 2003)

 

Finally, we pray for one another, for those who have asked our prayers and for those who need our prayers the most. 

 

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