Sunday, February 26, 2017

 

MONDAY, 8th Week in Ordinary Time

February 27, 2017 – MONDAY, 8th Week in Ordinary Time

Green

 

Sir 17: 20 - 24 / Mk 10: 17- 27

 

GOSPEL READING:     Mk 10: 17- 27

     Just as Jesus was setting out on his journey again, a man ran up, knelt before him and asked, "Good Master, what must I do to have eternal life?"

 

     Jesus answered, "Why do you call me good? No one is good but God alone. You know the commandments: Do not kill, do not commit adultery, do not steal, do not bear false witness, do not cheat, honor your father and mother." The man replied, "I have obeyed all these commandments since my childhood."

 

     Then Jesus looked steadily at him and loved him and he said, "For you one thing is lacking. Go, sell what you have and give the money to the poor, and you will have riches in heaven. Then come and follow me." On hearing these words, his face fell and he went away sorrowful for he was a man of great wealth.

 

     Jesus looked around and said to his disciples, "How hard it is for those who have riches to enter the kingdom of God!" The disciples were shocked at these words; but Jesus insisted, "Children, how hard it is to enter the kingdom of God! It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for one who is rich to enter the kingdom of God."

 

     They were more astonished than ever and wondered "Who, then, can be saved?" Jesus looked steadily at them and said, "For humans it is impossible, but not for God; all things are possible with God."

 

REFLECTION

     God has given man the earth, fruit trees, animals, intelligence and so many good things. With them, man can make a living, even accumulate wealth. The problem is that some forget to be grateful to God. One way of showing gratitude is being generous with what one has,

 

     In the Gospel reading the man wanted to inherit eternal life. Jesus told him to follow the commandments to inherit eternal life; the man said he had followed the commandments since his childhood.

 

     Jesus then invites him to a closer following of Jesus, to come and follow him. But before doing so, to sell his possessions and give the proceeds to the poor. But the man rejected the invitation, "On hearing these words, his face fell and he went away sorrowful for he was a man of great wealth."

 

     Jesus then speaks about riches as a great hindrance to entering heaven, "How hard it is for those who have riches to enter the kingdom of God!"

 

     To his disciples and to us bewildered by this statement who logically ask, "Who, then, can be saved?" Jesus gives assurance and hope, "For humans it is impossible, but not for God; all things are possible with God."

 

     Fear not, God's grace is there to help us.

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY

     VIOLETA SIA

 

IN MEMORIAM (+) 

     DOMINGO SIAO TAN

 

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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Saturday, February 25, 2017

 

8th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

February 26, 2017 - 8th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Green

 

Is 49: 14 -15 / 1 Cor 4: 1- 5 / Mt 6: 24 -34

 

1ST READING:  Is 49: 14- 15

      But Zion said, "Yahweh has forsaken me, my Lord has forgotten me." Can a woman forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child of her womb? Yet though she forget, I will never forget you.

 

2ND READING:  1 Cor 4: 1 - 5

      Let everyone then see us as the servants of Christ and stewards of the secret works of God. Being stewards, faithfulness shall be demanded of us; but I do not mind if you or any human court judges me. I do not even judge myself; my conscience indeed does not accuse me of anything, but that is not enough for me to be set right with God: the Lord is the one who judges me.

   

      Therefore, do not judge before the time, until the coming of the Lord. He will bring to light whatever was hidden in darkness and will disclose the secret intentions of the hearts. Then each one will receive praise from God.

 

GOSPEL READING:  Mt 6: 24- 34

      Jesus said to his disciples, "No one can serve two masters: for he will either hate one and love the other, or he will be loyal to the first and look down on the second. You cannot at the same time serve God and money.

 

      "This is why I tell you not to be worried about food and drink for yourself, or about clothes for your body. Is not life more important than food and is not the body more important than clothes? Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow, they do not harvest and do not store food in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth much more than birds?

 

      "Can any of you add a day to your life by worrying about it? Why are you so worried about your clothes? Look at the flowers in the fields how they grow. They do not toil or spin. But I tell you that not even Solomon in all his wealth was clothed like one of these. If God so clothes the grass in the field which blooms today and is to be burned tomorrow in an oven, how much more will he clothe you? What little faith you have!

 

      "Do not worry and say: 'What are we going to eat? What are we going to drink? Or what shall we wear?' The pagans busy themselves with such things; but your heavenly Father knows that you need them all. Set your hearts first on the kingdom and justice of God and all these things will also be given to you. Do not worry about tomorrow for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own."

 

 

REFLECTION

      We are all worriers. We worry about a lot of things, even matters of little significance and importance. The Gospel reading today tells us not to worry: "Do not worry and say: 'What are we going to eat? What are we going to drink? Or what shall we wear?' The pagans busy themselves with such things; but your heavenly Father knows that you need them all. Set your hearts first on the kingdom and justice of God and all these things will also be given to you. Do not worry about tomorrow for tomorrow will worry about itself."

 

      But in our human-ness, we do worry. Some might say it is concern that they feel. Life itself causes us stress. During these times we could forget that God is always present for us. Hopefully by our faith, we know that God is with us always.

 

      It may not be easy to do things on our own and we need others to help us. But we should always remember that God is, should be above everything else in our lives. Seek the Lord first and we will be abundantly rewarded, not only in this life but also in the next: "Set your hearts first on the kingdom and justice of God and all these things will also be given to you."

 

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, February 24, 2017

 

SATURDAY, 7th Week in Ordinary Time

February 25, 2017 – SATURDAY, 7th Week in Ordinary Time
Green

Sir 17: 1 - 15 / Mk 10: 13- 16

EDSA People Power Revolution Day

FROM THE 1ST READING:      Sir 17:1- 3, 7- 12
The Lord created man from the earth and let him return to earth. He settled a fixed time for them and a set number of days, giving them power over everything on earth. He endowed them with a strength like his own, making them into his own image....

He filled them with wisdom and knowledge: he taught them good and evil. He put his own eye in their hearts so they would understand the greatness of his works. They will praise his holy Name and relate the magnificence of his creation. He gave them revealed knowledge as well and handed over to them the Law of life. He established an everlasting covenant with them and let them know his judgments.

GOSPEL READING:      Mk 10: 13 - 16
People were bringing their little children to him to have him touch them, and the disciples rebuked them for this.

When Jesus noticed it, he was very angry and said, "Let the children come to me and don't stop them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these. Truly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child will not enter it." Then he took the children in his arms and, laying his hands on them, blessed them.

REFLECTION
The first reading from Sirach tells us how, like a loving parent, God had created and provided for mankind; he hopes we see and acknowledge his generosity and the magnificence of his creation.

Little children are so special in the eyes of God because of their wholehearted trust and faith that their parents would take care of them. Without the love and care of their parents (or of other people), little children could not really survive. In order to survive and live, little children have to receive and be cared for.

As we grow older, we learn and must take care of ourselves. Unlike little children with complete trust in their parents, we become less trustful of and more suspicious of others. Suspicious of others, we fear for and look for possible hidden agenda and motives of people we deal with.

God's nature is that of a perfect parent, loving and always caring and giving: as Paul wrote, fatherhood as we know it is really patterned after the fatherhood of the loving Father in heaven.

Thus, Jesus calls us to be like little children in order to enter into the kingdom of heaven, to be like little children in our trust in the care and love of our heavenly Father for us.

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER INTENTIONS:

BIRTHDAY
     VERNICE LIAO
     EVANGELINE ACERO DE GUZMAN

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
     PETER SIAM Ill & SHERYL & FAMILY

IN MEMORIAM (†)
     DEE ANDRE VINCENT (JUN 28,2005 ·FEB 25, 2011)

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, February 22, 2017

 

THURSDAY, 7th Week in Ordinary Time

February 23, 2017 – THURSDAY, 7th Week in Ordinary Time

St. Polycarp, Bishop and Martyr

Memorial, Red

 

Sir 5: 1 - 8 / Mk 9: 41 -50

 

      A disciple of St. John, Apostle and Evangelist, St. Polycarp (d. 155), Bishop of Smyrna (now lzmir in Turkey), was martyred by burning at the stake by the Roman Pro-Consul.

 

GOSPEL READING: Mk 9: 41- 50

      Jesus said to his disciples, "If anyone gives you a drink of water because you belong to Christ and bear his name, truly, I say to you, he will not go without reward.

 

      "If anyone should cause one of these little ones who believe in me to stumble and sin, it would be better for him to be thrown into the sea with a great millstone around his neck.

 

     "If your hand makes you fall into sin, cut it off! It is better for you to enter life without a hand than with two hands to go to hell, to the fire that never goes out. And if your foot makes you fall into sin, cut it off! It is better for you to enter life without a foot than with both feet to be thrown into hell. And if your eye makes you fall into sin, tear it out! It is better for your to enter the kingdom of God with one eye than, keeping both eyes, to be thrown into hell where the worms that eat them never die and the fire never goes out. The fire itself will preserve them.

 

"Salt is a good thing; but if it loses its saltiness, how can you make it salty again? Have salt in yourselves and be at peace with one another."

 

REFLECTION

     God is faithful. His love, compassion and mercy are limitless and unconditional, always available for us. He is always waiting for us to repent and to be reconciled to him.

 

     However, this does not mean that we can live our life any way we want, with no care for consequences and just hoping to repent at the last moment. As followers of Christ, God expects us to live each day, each hour, each moment, after that of Jesus and in accordance with his teachings and commandments. We are to love and serve God and neighbor, do good, bring peace, be compassionate, be like salt which brings flavor and life to those around us.

 

     God wants us to always live Christ-like lives. He knows our weaknesses. He is always there to inspire and support us.

 

     In the Gospel reading Jesus warns us to avoid sin at all cost and to avoid what lead us to sin, even to losing our hand, foot or eye, indeed even to losing our life itself.

 

     Jesus also warns us not to be occasions or helpers for others to sin, "If anyone should cause one of these little ones who believe in me to stumble and sin, it would be better for him to be thrown into the sea with a great millstone around his neck."

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY

     ARLETH MENDOZA

     HARRIS JAVIER TAN NGO

     REV. FR. CALOY REYES

     RONALD CUADRO

 

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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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

 

WEDNESDAY, 7TH Week in Ordinary Time

February 22, 2017 – WEDNESDAY, 7TH Week in Ordinary Time

CHAIR OF ST. PETER, Apostle

Feast, White

 

1 Pt 5: 1 - 4 / Mt 16:13 – 19

 

     The feast of the Chair of St. Peter, Apostle, dates to the oldest Roman calendar of 394; it commemorates St. Peter at Antioch.

 

FROM THE 1ST READING:     1 Pt 5: 2- 4

     Shepherd the flock which God has entrusted to you, guarding it not out of obligation but willingly for God's sake; not as one looking for a reward but with a generous heart; do not lord it over those in your care, rather be an example to your flock. Then, when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will be given a crown of unfading glory.

 

GOSPEL READING:     Mt 16: 13 - 19

     After that Jesus came to Caesarea Philippi. He asked his disciples, "What do people say of the Son of Man? Who do they say I am?" They said, "For some of them you are John the Baptist, for others Elijah or Jeremiah or one of the prophets."

 

     Jesus asked them, "But you, who do you say I am?" Peter answered, "You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God." Jesus replied, "It is well for you, Simon Barjona, for it is not flesh or blood that has revealed this to you but my Father in heaven. And I say to you: You are Peter (or Rock) and on this rock I will build my Church; and never will the powers of death overcome it.

 

     "I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven: whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and what you unbind on earth shall be unbound in heaven."

 

REFLECTION

     Today's Feast of the Chair of St. Peter, Apostle, emphasizes for all the primacy of the See of Peter in the Church. The Gospel reading is about the confession of Peter and the apostles that Christ was "the Messiah, the Son of the living God" and the promise of Christ to Peter that his Church would be founded on him.

 

     Christ confirms Peter as head of the Church at his appearance to the disciples at the Sea of Galilee after his resurrection: "Feed my sheep." The Church was founded on the faith and love of St. Peter and the apostles and continues on the faith and love of the Church leaders and members today.

 

     Taking care of the Church is not much different from taking care of one's family. It is in the family that we begin our education and training; it is in the family that good leaders start their training. It is then so important that the family, like the Church, be centered on the Lord Jesus.

 

     Christ, the Good Shepherd, is the model for all leaders: leadership in the family, in whatever group, in the country and in the Church is lived with a sense of service and love for those being led. Let us pray for our leaders.

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY 

     AUGUSTO BENGZON

     CHE B. CONCEPTION

 

OTHER INTENTIONS:

For the healing and recovery of Ronald Kunz.

For the personal intentions of Encarnacion Zenaida Cabrera Dy.

 

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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Monday, February 20, 2017

 

TUESDAY, 7th Week in Ordinary Time

February 21, 2017 – TUESDAY, 7th Week in Ordinary Time

St. Peter Damian, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

Green

 

Sir 2: 1- 11 / Mt 9: 30 - 37

 

     St. Peter Damian (1001 - 1072), a Benedictine monk who became Cardinal - Bishop of Ostia, doctor of the Church, wrote on the liturgy, theology, morals and the religious life.

 

FROM THE 1ST READING:     Sir 2: 1 - 6

     My son, if you have decided to serve the Lord, prepare yourself for trials. Keep your heart upright and remain resolute; do not be upset in the time of adversity.

 

     Hold fast to the Lord, do not separate yourself from him so that you may be successful to the end of your days. Accept all that happens to you, be patient when you are humbled, for as gold is tested in the fire, so those acceptable to God are tested in the crucible of humiliation. Have confidence in him and he will take care of you; follow the right path and hope in him.

 

GOSPEL READING:     Mt 9: 30- 37

     After leaving that place, they made their way through Galilee; but Jesus did not want people to know where he was because he was teaching his disciples. And he told them, "The Son of Man will be delivered into human hands. They will kill him, but three days after he has been killed, he will rise." The disciples, however, did not understand these words and they were afraid to ask him what he meant.

 

     They came to Capernaum and, once inside the house, Jesus asked them, "What were you discussing on the way?" But they did not answer because they had been arguing about who was the greatest.

 

     Then he sat down, called the Twelve and said to them, "If someone wants to be first, let him be last of all and servant of all." Then he took a little child, placed it in their midst and, putting his arms around it, he said to them, "Whoever welcomes a child such as this in my name, welcomes me, and whoever welcomes me, welcomes not me but the One who sent me."

 

REFLECTION

     In the Gospel reading Jesus surprises his disciples when he says that to be first one must make himself the servant of all. This is completely opposite of what most people think. Almost everyone strives to be the first, to get ahead of others, to become richer, more successful, and more influential, more in everything than the others.

   

     But Christ instead says that, to be first, one must be the servant of all. Indeed we need the Spirit of Jesus to accept this startling statement, this way of thinking and doing. Jesus himself taught and lived this path of humility and selflessness.

 

     We pray that this could also be our path. Are we ready to walk and live this path, of being small, least and last? Jesus tells us this is the path to being first in God's eyes.

   

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY 

     GREGORY NOAH NAZAL KAW

      RIS SAN GIL 

      IRENE CORAZON S. VICEDO

 

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 

     ANITA & GODFREY LIM PEK CHUAN

 

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, February 19, 2017

 

MONDAY, 7th Week in Ordinary Time

February 20, 2017 – MONDAY, 7th Week in Ordinary Time

Green

 

Sir 1:1 - 10 / Mk 9:14- 29

 

FROM THE GOSPEL READING:     Mk 9: 16b- 29

     A man answered Jesus from the crowd, "Master, I brought my son to you for he has a dumb spirit. Whenever the spirit seizes him, it throws him down and he foams at the mouth, grinds his teeth and becomes stiff all over. I asked your disciples to drive the spirit out, but they could not."

 

     Jesus replied, "You faithless people! How long must I be with you? How long must I put up with you? Bring him to me." And they brought the boy to him.

   

     As soon as the spirit saw Jesus, it shook and convulsed the boy who fell into the ground and began rolling about, foaming at the mouth. Then Jesus asked the father, "How long has this been happening to him?" He replied, "From childhood. And it has often thrown him into the fire and into the water to destroy him. If you can do anything, have pity on us and help us."

 

     Jesus said to him, "Why do you say, 'If you can?' All things are possible for one who believes." Immediately the father of the boy cried out, "I do believe, but help the little faith I have."

 

     Jesus saw that the crowd was increasing rapidly, so he ordered the evil spirit, "Dumb and evil spirit, I command you. Leave the boy and never enter him again." The evil spirit shook and convulsed the boy and with a terrible shriek came out. The boy lay like a corpse and people said, "He is dead." But Jesus took him by his hand and lifted him and the boy stood up.

 

     And after Jesus had gone indoors, his disciples asked him privately, "Why couldn't we drive out the spirit?" And he answered, "Only prayer can drive out this kind, nothing else."

 

 

REFLECTION

     Why do we have sickness and demonic possessions in the world? Because Satan is at work in the world. Even if Jesus has triumphed over sin and death through his own passion, death and resurrection, we still have to contend with evil and evil spirits in the world. Every day and everywhere there are evil and evil men in the world.

 

     How do we combat evil? Jesus tells us that we combat evil by prayer, fasting and good works and with the grace of God. We pray to God when things are all right; much more so we should pray to him when things go badly. And because we cannot really escape from temptations and evil men and situations, we must look to God and others for help and guidance.

 

     Jesus himself, in his temptations in the desert before his public preaching, taught us that there is evil in the world and that we can conquer evil. We should be sober and alert and fight evil with the weapons of light, truth, integrity and faith. Indeed the devil exists; so does God and his grace to help us combat evil.

 

WE PRAY FOR MTQ DAILY PRAYER INTENTIONS:

 

BIRTHDAY

     JOCELYN BUIZON

 

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