Archive for December, 2010

Gospel Reading-Luke 1:67-79

Just as Mary’s thanksgiving is expressed in her Magnificat (albeit largely borrowed from Hannah, the mother of Samuel), so too is Zechariah’s thanksgiving expressed in the Benedictus, the Gospel for today. We learn here that we should always seek opportunities to give thanks to God for the blessings He gives us. Gratitude is an integral […]

Looking Back on 2010 and Planning for 2011

The year 2010 is almost ending. It means that the first decade of the 21st century is almost over. Are you happy and contented for all what had happened to your life for this year? Some people might experience hardships of any kind and some might have contentment. Some people might have financial freedom and […]

Daily Readings- 2 Samuel 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16

Too much in our lives is done in the name of a “good idea.” There is an old saying to the effect that, “the road to hell is paved with good intentions.” We need to recognize that it is obedience that God calls for, not good ideas. God is like the conductor of an orchestra […]

Daily Reading-Jeremiah 23:5-8

If you want to know what sort of lifestyle pleases the Lord, the answer is very simple — a life of integrity and truth. Pope John Paul II was constantly calling us back to such a lifestyle and Benedict XVI has not let up on this call. The history of Judaism and Christianity is full […]

Daily Readings- Isaiah 11:1-10

The time of righteousness that Jesus will inaugurate may take some time to fulfill, the ultimate fulfillment being heaven, but it will include all of creation. We see that here through the promises that the lion and lamb will lie down together; that children and asps will play safely with one another. Isaiah 11:1-10 1 […]

Happy Weekend!

So far, I can say that I have a wonderful day. I also had fun with friends last night. It was only scary as I drove home because it was snowing already. Imagine driving at 1:00 AM alone on the road and all your surrounding is white. I drove from 30 to 40 kilometers per […]

The coming of the Messiah will be the start of the time when all weeping will be driven away because sin, the most common, if not the only source of weeping, will be put to death. I am taking a little bit of liberty with the texts here but nothing that cannot be substantiated with […]

Walking During Winter Time

Hello everyone! The second weekend of December is here. Two more weeks to go and Christmas is finally here. Some people might not have the desire to go walking during cold winter time. How about you guys? Don’t you know that we still manage to go walking during winter? As long as the snows are […]

Daily Readings- Isaiah 29:17-24

A time when the deaf will hear and the blind will see … this is what Isaiah is promising will come in the Day of the Lord, when the Messiah comes. More than that, when He does arrive we discover that the promise of eternal life is for us all and not just a few. […]

Shopping in Neumarkt

So far, I had a wonderful day today. I hope you too! We drove to Neumarkt to pick-up important document in Landratsamt, the administration office in this city. A friend also went with us because she needed winter shoes for her kids. After window shopping in some stores, she finally found good winter shoes for […]



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