The Canaanite woman had great faith. Three times Jesus tested her. Firstly he ignored her cries for help. Then he said his mission was for the lost sheep of the House of Israel and finally he referred to her as the House-dogs (Matthew 15:21-28). Seldom in the Scriptures do we hear of Read more →
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- You have great faith
- Recognizing the voice of God.
Elijah recognized God in the sound of a gentle breeze, (Kings 19:9,11-13) perhaps the last place he would have expected God to be found. God also calls each of us with gentle whispers. They are so silent that if we are not careful, the noise of life may hinder us from hearing Read more →
- Solomon could ask anything of God
God gave Solomon the choice of making a decision . He chose to make a decision that would best assist his leadership. It was an unselfish decision that Solomon made. (Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A, Kings 3:5,7-12) It is not always easy making good decisions, and it is the process Read more →
- Good and bad seed
The master in today’s parable of the wheat and the darnel is extremely patient (Matthew 13:24-43). The quick solution isn’t the one the Master takes. He waits to the end for harvest time. God waits patiently for each of us to respond to his call. Let us respond today with a yes, Read more →
- Imagine a sower going out to sow.
Just as a seed, depending whether it falls on good or bad soil can struggle to grow, men discerning a vocation may find that the seed planted in them may fail to grow without water, manure and sunlight. We feed the seed of our vocation through prayer, the practice of our Catholic Read more →
- Jesus calls St Matthew to follow him.
The call of St Matthew (Matthew 9:9-13) reminds us that sometimes the most unlikely of people are called to follow Jesus in a particular vocation. Many people probably disagreed with Jesus’ choice of St Matthew. Being a tax collector, he was the last person in the world who it was thought Read more →
- Pope Francis Ordains two men
The moment was truly unforgettable in more ways than once, for Eduardo Andres and Juan Pablo. They were two of 13 priests the Pope ordained at St. Peter’s Square, a tradition that dates back to 1993. JUAN PABLO FERNANDEZ “I was very excited when the Pope finally kissed our hands. I was really excited. I thought that he would Read more →
- Filled with the Holy Spirit
Those who heard the Apostles speaking were bewildered. These foreigners, these Galileans, filled with the Holy Spirit for the first time, had the courage to speak about Jesus Christ and were no longer afraid. Men discerning their vocation need to be bold , have courage and allow the Holy Spirit to guide and direct them in the vocation that God has Read more →
- I am with you always, yes, to the end of time.
Before Jesus ascended into heaven, he gave the Apostles the mission for the Church – to go and make disciples, to baptise in the name of the Trinity and to teach. The feast of the Ascension of The Lord reminds us once again of Jesus’ final instructions.(Matthew 28:16-20) We are all Read more →
- What is a Priest?
Men discerning a vocation need to know what the Priesthood is and also what Priests do. Fr. Brett A Brannen in his book “To Save a Thousand Souls,” has a very good explanation in chapter two which is well worth reading and studying. He uses two Latin terms, in persona Christi Capitis Read more →
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