The Transfiguration of Christ transfigures the human gaze making it capable of seeing the presence of God in the flesh of the Crucifix.
May our reading of the Bible become a criterion for our prayer so that it become a criterion for our life.
We gain the invitation to do as the leper who asked Christ for being purified. Then Jesus will give us health for our body and salvation for our souls and a pure heart, which harbors his love.
With the invitation to let Christ take us by hand as he did with Peter’s mother in law so that we do the same and take the hand whose hold it to us.
With the invitation of listening to the Word of Christ so that He dwells in us and we become witnesses of his love and his truth.
With the invitation to convert ourselves to Christ by harboring his grace and by sharing his love with our neighbor.
Roman Rite – Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
To celebrate the Epiphany means to live this feast as engagement to give ourselves to Christ as He accepts us in his love and we show Him to the world.
Sunday within the Octave of Christmas
With the wish to understand that the Crib is the place where man can meet true and lasting life.
JN 1:6-8, 19-28
First Advent Sunday – Year B – December 3, 2017
Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ King of the Universe
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A – November 19, 2017-11-18
XXXIII Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A — November 12, 2017
XXXI Sunday of Ordinary Time – November 5, 2017
XXX Sunday in Ordinary Time – October 29, 2017
XXIX Sunday of Ordinary Time – October 22, 2017
XXVIII Sunday of Ordinary Time – October 15, 2017
XXVI Sunday of Ordinary Time – October 1, 2017
XXIII Sunday of Ordinary Time – September 10, 2017
Easter Sunday – Resurrection of the Lord – Year A – April 16, 2017
33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
LK 19: 1-10
Lectio Divina: 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year C
Lectio Divina: 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year C