In Front of the Basilica of the Annunciation, Nazareth, October 13, 2016 Enlarge Image
Today, more than ever before, we're facing the challenges of lost identity and of abandoning the fundamental values of Christian morality such as the family integrity, the faith and love for God and for each other.
As Catholic Christians we carry the important responsibility of safeguarding the spiritual heritage Jesus has left to us incorporated in these three basic principles:
The present Internet platform is brought to you to fulfill the ever growing need of bringing the Gospel to all people around world. It consists of the following main sections:
Where you can read or listen to my homilies along with the associated Readings, Psalm and the Gospel. Visit this page »
Where you can contemplate on prayers and submit your intentions to the praying community. Visit this page »
Where you can complete a nine-day period contemplation on thirty of the most beautiful Novenas prayers. Visit this page »
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I wish that your journey here will provide to you the spiritual foundations to find the perfect life balance and make you to an instrument of our Lord's peace and love.
God Bless You!
„May the darkness of sin and the night of unbelief vanish before the Light of the Word and the Spirit of Grace, and may the Heart of Jesus live in the hearts of all. Amen”
Saint Arnold Janssen, Founder of SVD (Society of the Divine Word)
† St. Peter, AOS Centre Jordan, HK SAR
Tuesday - Friday
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The following 4 easy steps tutorial explains how to display my homilies in the language of your preference using the amazing Google Translate service.
At the bottom of each homily in the Content Options section you'll find a link to generate the Google Translate Layout. Clicking on the link will open a new browser Tab and will create a simplified version of the homily page.
To translate the homily click on the link associated with the language of your choice in the Languages section located on the left of your page.
Enjoy reading the translated version of the homily.
Once a homily translation is completed you won't be able to initiate a new one unless you return to the original Google Translate Layout. Click on the Layout Return link located in the top right corner of your page. If you don't wish to further use the translation service, click on the Close Window link to return to the active website browser Tab.
Try it out here ».
I would like to express my sincerest gratitude to all the people from whom I have borrowed ideas, stories, illustrations, materials, photographs, etc. My appreciation goes to all collaborators who have selflessly devoted their time to make the publishing of the present online content reality.