Category Archives: Sacred Scripture

Emptied and Exalted – Palm Sunday, 2016

  CP&S has previously presented sermons by Father Michael Chua, now of the parish of Jesus Caritas in the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Father has prepared an exceptionally good sermon for today, Palm Sunday. He speaks of the two “processions” described … Continue reading

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Rorate Sunday

Desert dew  A little study on my part has revealed that yesterday, the Fourth Sunday of Advent, has been sometimes called Rorate Sunday in times past and even present. This is to be distinguished from Rorate Masses, which refer to Votive Masses of … Continue reading

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Even on Mount Tabor, Mary Kept a Low Profile

  In the most glorious moments of Jesus’ life—on Mount Tabor, at his entrance into Jerusalem, or when he performed miracles—Mary kept a low profile. Only at times of the greatest danger and sadness is she present and her courage … Continue reading

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