Read­ing Time: < 1 minute
Under­stand­ing advent Ety­mo­lo­gic­ally, the term advent derives from the Lat­in advĕntum, ‘arrival’ and advenīre ‘to arrive.’ Hence, it is a Read more
Intro­duc­tion Accord­ing to the eccle­si­ast­ic­al arrange­ment, the litur­gic­al year ends with this Sunday, the solem­nity of our Lord Jesus Christ, Read more
Intro­duc­tion As I noted in last week reflec­tion, the 25th chapter of the Gos­pel accord­ing to Mat­thew con­tains at least Read more
Intro­duc­tion As the Litur­gic­al year gradu­ally comes to an end, the read­ings also reflect such end. In the pre­vi­ous chapters Read more
Intro­duc­tion The com­mem­or­a­tions of mar­tyrs, com­mon to sev­er­al churches, began to be cel­eb­rated in the IV cen­tury. The first traces Read more
Intro­duc­tion In this Sunday Gos­pel read­ing, the Jew­ish author­it­ies con­tin­ue to look for a way to trap Jesus in his Read more
Intro­duc­tion Are God and gov­ern­ment in oppos­i­tion? The Jew­ish author­ity were determ­ined to elim­in­ate Jesus. Since their oth­er attempts failed, Read more
Intro­duc­tion After the par­able in Mat­thew 21:33–43, the chief priests and the scribes real­ized Jesus was refer­ring to them. Their Read more
Intro­duc­tion   In last Sunday Gos­pel (Matt 21:28–32), Jesus reminded the reli­gious lead­ers (priests and eld­ers) that those they regard Read more
Intro­duc­tion    The chief priests and the eld­ers of the people were the worst oppon­ents of Jesus, and there­fore, of Read more
error: Content is protected !!