Author: Jennifer Munar

“Divine Mystery, Divine Communion” Trinity Sunday ~ May 27, 2018

We are baptized in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.  Making the sign of the cross is a great way to thank God for our baptism and to remember the Most Holy Trinity in a very personal way. To reflect the wondrous mystery of the Holy Trinity is an opportunity we all have to adore in a profound way.  I have come to realize that being alive with the holy Trinity is a life that we cannot attain by our own free will and intellect; however, we can recognize this special...

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Forgive & Be Forgiven – 5th Sunday of Lent – March 13, 2016

Source: Neo Jeremiah Voice of the Young Prophet Newsletter (March 13, 2016 issue) How easy it is for us to find fault on other people that it is for us on ourselves. It is as if we could use magnifying glasses on looking at them but very reluctant to even admit our own mistakes. Even harder for us sometimes to forgive the person who had wronged us. We tend to judge them first based on what they have done, than to consider and try to understand where they are coming from; what pushed them to do so. We fixed...

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Repentance – 3rd Sunday of Lent – February 28, 2016

Source: Neo Jeremiah Voice of the Young Prophet Newsletter (February 28, 2016 issue) Our gospel today can be considered a message of repentance in terms of change of mentality and of course a change of lifestyle in accordance with that new mentality. To understand what I mean by change of mentality, we need to see the historical background of the two incidents in our gospel. The first incident talked about the Galilean people, whom Pilate had mingled with. However, the question is who were the Galileans? You know Galileans were the kind of people quite sensitive. if one of...

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2nd Sunday of Lent – February 21, 2016

Source: Neo Jeremiah Voice of the Young Prophet Newsletter (February 21, 2016 issue),  Homilies of Fr. Anthony Kadavil “Transfiguration” The “transfiguration” in the Holy Mass is the source of our strength: In each Holy Mass, the bread and wine we offer on the altar become “transfigured” or transformed into the living Body and Blood of the crucified, risen and glorified Jesus. Just as Jesus’ transfiguration strengthened the apostles in their time of trial, each holy Mass should be our source of Heavenly strength against temptations, and our renewal during Lent. In addition, our Holy Communion with the living Jesus...

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Source: Neo Jeremiah Voice of the Young Prophet Newsletter (February 7, 2016 issue) “When Jesus Christ works in us, He really does it without hesitation. Our status in the society is not His standard. What matters most for him is the willingness of one’s heart, a heart that is willing to change so that He can get in and live in that person? Our Gospel today talks about the calling of the First Disciples of Jesus Christ. We observed that these people were fishermen but still chosen by Jesus for a greater mission – to become fishers of men....

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