A Reflection by Fr. Kingsley for the 2nd Sunday of Advent, Year A.
Isaiah 11:1-10 Romans 15:4-9 Matthew 3:1-12.
On her son’s 10th birthday, a woman told a story. It was about what happened between her and her baby when he was still in the womb, and how the voice of God changed both her life and that of her baby. When she became pregnant, she sensed an interior voice assuring her that her baby was OK and to take best care of him. A month into her pregnancy, the result of the scan gave her a Continue reading “THE VOICE Calling IN Our WILDERNESS”
A Reflection by Fr. Kingsley for the Solemnity of Christ the King, Year C
(Week 34 in Ordinary Time).
M2Samuel 5:1-3 Colossians 1:12-20 Luke 23:35-43.
We are gathered today to celebrate our Lord Jesus Christ as the King of the whole universe. He is the sacrificial Lamb of God who has redeemed us by his blood, who is risen and ascended, and who is enthroned and active as the King of kings and the Lord of lords (Rev. 17:14). It is Christ whom we all are called and chosen to follow faithfully. Continue reading “The Exemplary and Supreme Kingship of Jesus Christ”
A Reflection by Fr. Kingsley for Week 33 in Ordinary Time, Year C.
Malachi 3:19-20 2Thessalonians 3:7-12 Luke 21:5-19
We are on course for the end of the Church’s year. Every ending is always followed by a new beginning: whenever something ends, something new begins, and a new beginning always brings with it a new opportunity. Our determination to perceive each and every ending as an opportunity for something new would help us to change our whole life experience in the very moment that we begin a new chapter in our lives. Every ending that we experience in life is because something better is coming. We are where we are now because something in our past has changed. That is why it is so important that – as we look towards the end of our physical lifetime – we make profitable use of the present time, and therefore “Seize the day – carpe diem”. Continue reading ““Carpe diem” – ‘Make use of the present day!’”