Saturday, July 30, 2016

 

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

31 July 2016 

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

ST. IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA 

Priest and Founder of the Society of Jesus

Solemnity.   White.    

 

Dt 30:15 – 20 / 1 Tim 1:12 – 17 / Lk 9:18 – 26

 

St. Ignatius of Loyola (1491 – 1556), a Basque, co-founded the Society of Jesus (1540) and taught the Spiritual Exercises.

 

From the 1st Reading: Dt 30: 15 – 16a, 19b – 20a

See, I set before you on this day life and good, evil and death.  I command you to love Yahweh your God and follow his ways. Observe his commandments, his norms and his laws, and you will live and increase. . .

 

I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse. Therefore, choose life that you and your descendants may live, loving Yahweh, listening to his voice, and being one with him,

 

From the 2nd Reading: 1 Tim 1: 12, 15 – 16

I give thanks to Christ Jesus, our Lord, who is my strength, who has considered me trustworthy and appointed me to his service . . .

 

This saying is true and worthy of belief:  Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the first. Because of that I was forgiven; Christ Jesus wanted to display his greatness in me so that I might be an example for all who are to believe and obtain eternal life.

    

Gospel Reading: Lk 9:18 - 24

One day when Jesus was praying alone, not far from his disciples, he asked them, "What do people say about me?" And they answered, "Some say that you are John the Baptist; other say that you are Elijah, and still others that you are one of the former prophets risen from the dead." 

 

Again Jesus asked them, "Who then do you say I am?" Peter answered, "The Messiah of God."  Then Jesus spoke to them, giving them strict orders not to tell this to anyone.

 

And he added, "The Son of Man must suffer many things.  He will be rejected by the elders and chief priests and teachers of the Law, and put to death. Then after three days he will be raised to life."

 

Jesus also said to all the people, "If you wish to be a follower of mine, deny yourself and take up your cross each day, and follow me. For if you choose to save your life, you will lose it, and if you lose your life for my sake, you will save it. What does it profit you to gain the whole world while you destroy yourself?"

 

Reflection

"Choose life." (Dt 30:19)   Heroes have a timeless appeal and it may help to think of saints like St. Ignatius of Loyola as heroes.

 

The conversion of St. Ignatius began when his leg was struck by a cannonball in an encounter in Pamplona.  He showed much bravery and vanity in operations without anesthesia to repair his leg. He left his comfortable life as a nobleman to serve God, offering his sword before our Lady of Monserrat.  He took care of the sick and the needy.

 

That was more than four hundred years ago. Why is St. Ignatius still a hero for us?

 

The Ignatian motto is Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam, For the Greater Glory of God. For him the world was a good place and a good pathway to God.  He found Christ in the world: in the Holy Land, in the classroom where he had to study with young boys, in caring for prostitutes and the sick in hospitals. He found Christ in organizing the Society of Jesus with friends and fellows students at the University of Paris, in serving as its first Superior-General, writing letters, deploying men and finalizing its governing Constitutions. For him everything was service for the greater glory of God. There was no work the Society could not undertake if it was for the greater glory of God, the service of his Church and fellows.

 

For St. Ignatius, the world is a friendly place.  God made it and we are here to sanctify it and offer it back to God.  This is the spirit of all Jesuit work and of Jesuit education, a spirit we owe to St. Ignatius. We cheer his name as he teaches us "to hold on a little longer" and no to give up on the world but to constantly endeavor to make it a better place.

 

The foundation of heroism is the magis, the mas, the more that we can do for God and others.  Heroic leaders are fired up with only ambitions and desires and thus are able to fire up themselves and others.  They are able to imagine inspiring futures and work toward them rather than watch passively from the sidelines.  Heroic leaders take advantage of golden opportunities at hand rather than wait for the gold to be given to them.

 

We are invited to live this Ignatian spirit of heroism and hope in our time, a spirit that allows us to dream big and have hope in the midst of many reasons for despair. It is a spirit that moves us to have hope in ourselves, in our fellows and in our country and world even if we can think of so many reasons not to.

 

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY

     Ma. Nerrisa A. Gabriel

     Joven C. Andaya III

     Adrienne Dy

     Helen Tan

 

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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Friday, July 29, 2016

 

Saturday, 17th Week in Ordinary Time

30 July 2016
Saturday, 17th Week in Ordinary Time 
St. Peter Chrysologus, Bishop and Doctor of the Church 
Green.              

Jer 26:11 – 16, 24 / Mt 14:1 – 12

St. Peter Chrysologus (c 380 – 450), the "golden-worded," was Bishop of Ravenna.

From the Gospel Reading: Mt 14: 1 – 11
At that time the news about Jesus reached King Herod. And he said to his servants, "This man is John the Baptist. John has risen from the dead, and that is why miraculous powers are at work in him." 

Herod had, in fact, ordered that John be arrested, bound in chains and put in prison because of Herodias, the wife of his brother Philip.  For John had said to him, "It is not right for you to have her as wife."  Herod wanted to kill him but he did not dare, because he feared the people who regarded John as a prophet. 

On Herod's birthday the daughter of Herodias danced in the midst of the guests; she so delighted Herod that he promised under oath to give her anything she asked. The girl, following the advice of her mother, said, "Give me the head of John the Baptist here on a dish." 

The king was very displeased, but because he had made this promise under oath in the presence of the guests, he ordered it to be given her. So he had John beheaded in prison and his head brought on a dish and given to the girl. The girl then took it to her mother. 

Reflection
It is not an easy task to correct someone. Everybody fears possible consequences of telling the truth and correcting someone.  It may mean rejection, punishment, withdrawal of affections, even loss of important things like money or economic security.  Even parents risk losing the affection of the children when they have to scold or discipline them.  

As Christians, we are called to speak the truth and, as may be helpful and needed, to correct others out of love for them.  Human that we are, we fear the effects of our doing so.  

In this light, what helps is an adult faith which trusts in God alone.  If we have this kind of faith, we can be firm even if the world around us crumbles and everyone abandons us.  John the Baptist, with this faith, testified to the truth even at the cost of his imprisonment and eventually his life. 

We may not be beheaded for speaking the truth as John was.  But part of our prophetic calling as Christians is to risk entering into suffering as a consequence of our duty to safeguard and proclaim the truth.

In this sense, we need to ask ourselves:  Am I willing to witness to the truth even if it means running into opposition, into rejection?  Or am I content with living in compromise for the sake of preserving myself?


WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

BIRTHDAY
     Richard Roy Tan

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
     Jonathan & Virginia Ho Gotamco

IN MEMORIAM (+)
     Ma. Brigida R. Alagar

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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Thursday, July 28, 2016

 

St. Martha, Disciple of the Lord

29 July 2016
Friday, 17th Week in Ordinary Time
St. Martha, Disciple of the Lord
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Jer 26:1 – 9 / Lk 10:38 – 42                 

Our Lord was a close family friend of St. Martha, her sister Mary and brother Lazarus whom Jesus raised from the dead.
   
Gospel Reading: Lk 10: 38 – 42
As Jesus and his disciples were on their way, he entered a village and a woman called Martha welcomed him to her house.  She had a sister named Mary who sat down at the Lord's feet to listen to his words.  Martha, meanwhile, was busy with all the serving and finally she said, "Lord, don't you care that my sister has left me to do all the serving?"

But the Lord answered, "Martha, Martha, you worry and are troubled about many things, whereas only one thing is needed. Mary has chosen the better part, and it will not be taken away from her."

Reflection
Like Martha, many Christians are anxious and too pre-occupied with many earthly concerns.  These concerns are not bad; they are necessary because we have to deal with the demands of daily life.  But in the process, one may forget the most important aspect of life – our spiritual life.  

As in the Gospel reading, Martha put all her energies in being the perfect hostess, preparing a perfect meal and doing other chores.  So she had no time to listen to Jesus' words of wisdom.  Her work may have been perfect and faultless, but she was missing something more important.  Her sister Mary had chosen to listen to Jesus' teaching, and for Jesus this was more important.

All well-meaning Christians can learn from this Gospel scene.  Sometimes we work very hard and in doing so, we neglect the spiritual side of our lives.  We may find satisfaction with our work but without God's blessing, all we do is like a puff in the wind.  Personal success in life is important but to aim for God's kingdom is more important.  How many adults realize this when it is too late – that they spent too much time working and amassing a fortune and neglected to spend more time for God and family.  And those who enter old age, because they see that their bodies are deteriorating, realize that the things of the spirit are more important.  God is telling them that in heaven one does not need to be pre-occupied with anything.  All one needs to do is to contemplate the face of God.


WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

BIRTHDAY
     Simplicio T. Del Carmen
     Justine Albert H. Ramos

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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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

 

Thursday, 17th Week in Ordinary Time

28 July 2016

Thursday, 17th  Week in Ordinary Time 

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Jer 18:1 – 6 / Mt 13:  47 – 53

 

Gospel Reading: Mt 13: 47 - 53 

Jesus said to his disciples, "Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a big fishing net let down into the sea, in which every kind of fish has been caught. When the net is full, it is dragged ashore. Then they sit down and gather the good fish in buckets, but throw the worthless ones away.  That is how it will be at the end of time; the angels will go out to separate the wicked from the just and throw them into the blazing furnace, where they will weep and gnash their teeth."

 

Jesus asked, "Have you understood all these things?" "Yes," they answered. So he said to them, "You will see that every teacher of the Law who becomes a disciple of the Kingdom is like a householder who can produce from his store things both new and old."

 

When Jesus had finished these parables, he left the place.  

 

Reflection

The parable on the Kingdom of God is one of a series of parables to tell us what the Kingdom is like.  It uses the image of the fishing net and its catch of a great variety of fish to illustrate the great diversity of people in the world and in the Church.

 

All are called and challenged in various ways to live up according to the challenges of the Kingdom, to be witnesses to the Gospel message in their daily living.  To be of assistance to others in their quest for the Kingdom, despite the lures and dangers of worldly pleasures and whatever else which may lead us away to the Kingdom.

 

Let us pray that we may hold on firmly to our faith such that we will be among the good fish caught in the fishing net. 

 

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY

     Fr. Arturo M. Borja, SJ

     Manuel C. Tagaza

     Geraldine S. Lim

     Winston Uy

 

THANKSGIVING

     Jennifer Gotamco Tan

 

IN MEMORIAM (+)

     Amparo N. Nañagas

 

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, July 26, 2016

 

Wednesday, 17th Week in Ordinary Time

27 July 2016
Wednesday, 17th Week in Ordinary Time
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Jer 15:10, 16 – 21 / Mt 13: 44 – 46

From the 1st Reading: Jer 15:16 - 21
I devoured your words when they came. They were my happiness and I felt full of joy when you made your Name rest on me. Never did I associate with worldly people, amusing myself with scoffers! When your hand was upon me, I stood apart and you filled me with your anger.  Why is there no end to my sorrow or healing for my wound?  Why do you deceive me, and why does my spring suddenly dry up?  

Then Yahweh spoke to me, "If you return I will take you back and you will serve me again. Draw the gold from the dross and you will be my own mouth.  You must draw them to you and not go over to them. I will make you a fortress and a wall of bronze facing them; if they fight against you, they will not overcome you; I am with you to free you and save you. I will redeem you from the wicked and free you from the hands of tyrants."

Gospel Reading: Mt 13:44 - 46
Jesus said to his disciples, "The kingdom of heaven is like a treasure hidden in a field. The one who finds it buries it again; and so happy is he, that he goes and sells everything he has, in order to buy that field.

"Again the kingdom of heaven is like a trader who is looking for fine pearls. Once he has found a pearl of exceptional quality, he goes away, sells everything he has and buys it."
Reflection
Our life is the most precious gift from God to us, and no amount of money can pay for this very special gift.  In the same way, even if we sell all our property and possessions, we cannot gain the kingdom of heaven. But by offering our whole life in the service of God by the way we live, in the way Jesus taught us, then we show our gratitude for God's precious gift of life, and at the same time prepare for our entry into the kingdom of heaven.

In the first reading God assures his prophet Jeremiah that, in the midst of all the difficulties and challenges he may meet as God's prophet, God will always be with him. So with us in our lives.

How much do I value the kingdom of heaven?  How much am I willing to pay, and how much am I willing to give up, to get it?  And gain my entry into the kingdom?  How much do I trust in God's promises that he will help and be present?


WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

BIRTHDAY
     Florencia A. Salamat
     Mary Anne O'Gorman

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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Monday, July 25, 2016

 

Tuesday, 17th Week in Ordinary Time

26 July 2016

Tuesday, 17th Week in Ordinary Time

Sts. Joachim and Anne, Parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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Sir 44:1, 10 – 15 / Mt 13:16 – 17

 

Devotion to Sts. Joachim and Anne, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is an extension of the veneration of Mary.

 

From the Gospel Reading: Mt 13:16 - 17

Jesus said, "But blessed are your eyes because they see, and your ears, because they hear.  For I tell you that many prophets and upright people have longed to see the things you see, but they did not see them, and to hear the things you hear, but they did not hear them."

 

Reflection

Today we celebrate the Memorial of Sts. Joachim and Anne, the parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  My husband and I attend a childbirth preparation class where would-be parents not only learn how to cope with child labor, but ultimately learn how to help each other during difficult situations. If Saint Joachim and Anne prepared for childbirth at all, I can only imagine how much preparation they felt was needed if they had known that they were also going to raise the future mother of Jesus Christ.

 

Baby boutiques, expos and bazaars seek to convince future parents to buy anything and everything that could guarantee their child's happiness, health and success in the world.  But what could a parent buy to guarantee a life of faith and obedience to the Lord?  Mary's parents may not have had access to the best baby products but they must have surely had an unlimited supply of God's love and grace.  They must have experienced so much of the Lord's providence and protection as parents and as a family that it was only natural for Mary to respond to God's invitation readily. 

 

In the Gospel reading, many parables of Jesus refer to the fact that the Word of God is perceived and accepted differently by different people.  There are as many degrees of openness and acceptance of Christ's teachings as there are Christians in the world. 

 

We say that the Scriptures are the inspired word of God; we say that God speaks to us through the Scriptures.

 

However, a verse or chapter in the Bible may mean different things to one person at different times of his or her life. This is why we are urged to read and reflect on the Scriptures. This is why the first part of the Mass, the liturgy of the Word, exposes us to the Scriptures and, through the homily or reflections of the presider. We are helped in our understanding of the Scriptures.

 

Being open to the Word of God, whether through reading and reflection or through reflections of others, is one way we can grow in faith, and thus be better equipped to share that faith with others.

 

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

 

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

     Rogelio & Edita Salonga

 

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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Sunday, July 24, 2016

 

St. James, Apostle

25 July 2016

Monday, 17th Week in Ordinary Time

St. James, Apostle

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2 Cor 4:7 – 15 / Mt. 20:20 – 28    

 

St. James the Apostle, called "the Greater," was a son of Zebedee and the brother of the apostle and evangelist St. John. Beheaded in 42 AD, he was the first apostle martyred. Tradition says his relics were transferred to Compostela in Spain which remains an important pilgrimage place.

 

Gospel Reading: Mt. 20: 20 - 28              

Then the mother of James and John came to Jesus with her sons, and she knelt down to ask a favor.  Jesus said to her, "What do you want?" And she answered, "Here you have my two sons. Grant that they may sit, one at your right and one at your left, when you are in your kingdom." 

 

Jesus said to the brothers, "You do not know what you are asking. Can you drink the cup that I am about to drink?" They answered, "We can, Jesus replied, "You will indeed drink my cup, but to sit at my right or at my left is not for me to grant. That will be for those for whom the Father has prepared it." 

 

The other ten heard all this and were angry with the two brothers. Then Jesus called them to him and said, "You know that the rulers of the nations act as tyrants, and the powerful oppress them.  It shall not be so among you; whoever wants to be more important in your group shall make himself your servant.  And if you want to be first, make yourself the servant of all.  Be like the Son of Man who has come, not to be served but to serve and to give his life to redeem many."

 

Reflection

Our Gospel talks about a mother  asking  Jesus for  prestigious positions for her sons  in  the  kingdom.  In this world this is of utmost importance but not for Jesus. He stresses that a true leader is primarily the servant of all.

         

In this reading we see a contrast of two worlds - the world we live in and the Lord's kingdom.  What is our choice?  Is it better to rule?  Or to serve? What would we prefer?

 

To serve our brethren and especially to lay down one's life for another is indeed difficult but not impossible.  Many martyr-saints have followed Jesus in laying down their lives for their faith, for others.

         

So where do we start?  It starts with a desire to know who Jesus is.  We, then, ask for the grace to pursue this heart's desire.  As you get to learn more about him, love grows.  Service and giving up one's life will become a way of life.  You begin to focus on the value of seeing others' needs and not on yours any longer, so much so that you experience love, peace and joy when you die to yourself for another to live. 

 

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER DIARY INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY

     Fema D. Sagum

 

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

     Rodney & Kim Uy Yu

 

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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