An unusual “hand-shaped” cloud appeared in the skies of central Mexico earlier this month. A local man took footage of the rare phenomenon with his cell phone while driving in Michoacan. After uploading the clip to social media, the visual went viral. The formation resembling a giant arm and hand has left many people confused… Continue reading God makes strange and unbelievable appearance in central Mexico
Scientists have uncovered the burial slab that the body of Jesus Christ was laid on. It is the first time in nearly 500 years the slab has been seen by anyone. Scientists in Jerusalem, working at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, have uncovered the burial slab of Jesus Christ. The burial slab is where… Continue reading Burial slab of Jesus Christ uncovered for first time in five centuries
‘Saved’ is an album slammed by the critics and yet it had a profound effect on me ‘God may speak to us through Russian Communism, through a flute concerto, through a blossoming shrub or through a dead dog. We shall do well to listen to him if he really does so.’ This famous remark by… Continue reading How Bob Dylan led me to Jesus
Full Question If Christ died on a Friday and was raised on a Sunday, how come the Bible speaks of his being in the tomb for three days and three nights before his Resurrection (Mt 12:40; Mk 8:31)? Answer Christ died around three in the afternoon on Friday and was entombed shortly thereafter. The Resurrection… Continue reading Was Christ really in the tomb for three days?
“Well done, good and faithful servant,” says the master in Jesus’ parable, who had traveled far away, leaving his men to engage in the risks of life. “Now enter into the joy of your master.” Those are the words the good Christian longs to hear. They are words that bespeak both a relationship of persons… Continue reading Joy Delights in the Beloved
Full Question My understanding of the term “consubstantiation” is that it refers to a single object having two natures. Doesn’t Jesus have two natures and in that sense isn’t that an indication of consubstantiation? Answer The doctrine of consubstantiation is heretical. It suggests that a single object contains two substances—bread/wine and body/blood—rather than the original… Continue reading Does "consubstantiation" have anything to do with Jesus having two natures?
Pope Francis in his homily in his today’s early morning mass emphasized on the fact that though the world system is changing fast and things ain’t the way they used to be, christian as humans made by God to habitat in the same changing world have to equally change too but with the words and… Continue reading Change is Constant and Christians must too, but with Christ in mind: Pope Francis
Pope Francis in his homily at an early morning mass in the chapel of his residence explained that just as atheletes we as christains too need to train to attain the Victorious life of christain which is Heaven. He reflected on the first reading ofrom the book of Saint Paul to the Romans and urged… Continue reading Small Efforts "Daily" is a positive path to Heaven – Says Pope
World Youth Day 2016 will take place next July in Krakow, Poland Pope Francis has asked the world’s young Catholics to perform spiritual and corporal works of mercy every month in the run-up to World Youth Day next July. He asked that they not be afraid to experience God’s “boundless mercy, so that in turn… Continue reading Pope asks young people to perform works of mercy in build up to World Youth Day
It’s easy to think of the words we should not have said—the gossip or the insult or the impertinent remark. But what about the words we should have said, but didn’t? What about all the kind words we hold back, or the joy we keep secret, or the Gospel we do not share? We have… Continue reading The Lost Art of Talking About Jesus
Did he really intend for us to eat of his body and drink of his blood? Jesus said he would be present to his people in many ways. He is present in prayer. “Wherever two or three are gathered in my name, there I am in your midst” (Matt 18:20). He is present in the… Continue reading Did Jesus Really Want us to Eat His Body?
One gets the impression that the author of Ecclesiastes, one of the twenty-four “Writings” of the Old Testament, must have been very bent over under such wisdom, but he does not seem to have been the sort to make amusing, self-deprecating comments. He is deeply serious, and his counsels are thoroughly sobering, even when he… Continue reading Wisdom and the Parables of Jesus