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Charles Grech Charles Grech
on 16/6/20
I agree perfectly with your commentary. God is Love. There is no sin bigger than His mercy. This is illustrated following Ahab's repentance.
But what about the last sentence in the first reading? Why should God transfer the repercussions of Ahab's sins to "during the reign of his son"? I am humbly perplexed. Please can you elaborate?. Tks. God bless.
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Maritza L. Maritza L.
on 24/5/20
As someone who was raised by parents of differing faiths and "reverted" to the Catholic faith, I find that the culture of Catholicism promotes and encourages women to be "long-suffering" like St. Mary. We are not to hope for greater ecclesial recognition of our humble lay ministries, but merely to wait in hope for greater salvation in another life. Well, St. Mary is also famous for believing what she was told. I prefer to believe Psalm 27:18 where it says "I believe I shall see the LORD’s goodness in the land of the living." #proWomenDeacons
LarryMaing LarryMaing
on 16/5/20
There is a group called Writers For every Hour - that provides college students talk papers, and hep them to create students groups to write essays. All means to deepen love and understanding of the Word of God.
Obinna stephen Obinna stephen
on 26/4/20
Thank you Jesus for this opportunity.
From today's gospel, the appearance of Jesus to his disciples is the hope of Redemption of the world from the present corona virus pandemic.
Bro. Pando Bro. Pando
on 20/4/20
I just remember, when I was a child and having some bad times with my tummy(not by hunger), my father used to point his finger to a snake's gallbladder hanging at the ceiling of our house. He just said that when I do look in that thing, I will stop from crying and find my ache gone.

When I become a more reflective person, I remember that gallbladder when I was reflecting at the church.

Do you see that gallbladder in the church?

There! In the cross! A man who died and wipes our fears away.
There! In the Bread! When we took it, bring it to our hearts, wounds will heal
There! In our fellow parishioners! They are alive! Because in the lifted, they believed.

Amen and Amen!
Michael Michael
on 3/4/20
I'm not comfortable with and somewhat confused by your comparison of Jesus to Che Guevara. He may have been involved in liberating the oppressed, but he was also a bloodthirsty murderer of those who opposed him.
Ruby Mae Secuya Ruby Mae Secuya
on 20/3/20
Hi Im from Cebu City, Philippines. Everyday at work before my shift starts I take time to read the daily word and readings of the day. I mean this is already part of my daily routine to read the Godgossip because somehow it helps me boost my spirit as being a faithful christians. And this time I want to take this opportunity to write something because this article specifically mentioned about the place where I was born and the fact that it also mentioned how dedicated Catholics we are, it makes me really proud. There's no words to express how thankful I am that our beloved Pope Francis believed that we people of the Philippines can do so much for the sake of being a better Christians. I promised that we will not fail the trust that He had for us. Praying for the safety of each and everyone of us. May God bless us all.
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on 6/3/20
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Robin Hussey Robin Hussey
on 28/2/20
Although Christian Science has sometimes been depicted, as it is here, as a faith concerned with seeking to change reality through the power of the human mind or human will, the beliefs and practices of Christian Scientists, when thoroughly and thoughtfully examined, are actually the opposite. They involve a humble responsiveness and obedience to God’s will. This enables an adherent of Christian Science to begin seeing something of God’s reality “face to face,” as Paul describes in his first letter to the Corinthians: “For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face” (13:12). Prayer and study in Christian Science is not about the human mind seeking to change reality but rather learning, step by step, how to see more of God’s revelation, beyond the dim view afforded by the physical senses.

Ghomorai Victor Ghomorai Victor
on 16/2/20
Good that I found this page. I am spiritually elevated. I will follow the example of obedience to God set by our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ. Obedience to God is the only link we have to be called God's elect.
Ronald Ronald
on 30/1/20
Indeed its time to discuss and share / send a message to believers when you fall in Love or affection and to stand with marriage commitements