Dear people of God,
First of all, I express my special appreciation to all those who helped to decorate and make arrangements in our three churches for the meaningful celebration of Easter. I also thanks all those who donated for buying Easter flowers.
Today is the 2nd Sunday of Easter and with it we conclude the Octave of Easter. Again, the 2nd Sunday of Easter is also known as the ‘Divine Mercy Sunday.’READ MORE
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
I wish you all a happy and blessed Easter. St. Paul reminds us: For us, life is Christ, and He has risen. The tomb is empty!” We praise You, O God, and we bless You. Because, by Your holy cross, You have redeemed the world. And that is why we are here”.READ MORE
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Jesus,
Good morning. First of all, I thank and appreciate all the Ladies of PCCW of our Immaculate Conception, St. Lawrence and St. Boniface for arranging different meals during this Lenten season.
Today we enter into Holy week with Palm or Passion Sunday. We celebrate today the royal entry of Christ into Jerusalem in order to accomplish his paschal mystery. By freely going to Jerusalem, Christ demonstrates his humility and willingness to save us.READ MORE
Dear People of God,
Good morning to you all. We are getting close to the paschal feast. So, on this fifth Sunday of Lent, all the readings give us hope, and paint a picture of a very bright future for us.
In the first reading, God tells us of the new things he has started doing among us, and for us. He is restoring our hope, and giving us every reason to continue living. This means that in spite of the difficulties of this present moment and season, the Lord will put a smile on our faces soon. Hence, we must be positive about the future as we approach the Paschal celebration.READ MORE