2017/09 - Meditation - Latin Mass : true story

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One day, after mass a woman asked me about the Latin mass. I said: I say a mass in Latin each week sometimes many times a week. But it is my daily mass in the chapel and I am alone. And a mass must follow the ordinary catholic rite. She was so suffering for so little place left for the Latin mass, so few consideration for such important thing into the Christian catholic  faith. Why so few places is given to a mass in Latin which has been the common language of the Catholic Church. She seemed to suffer from that much more than for the love of Christ so often rejected by so many. How is it possible to help her. The Holy Spirit for sure is trying to say something true to her. What can be done to help her to hear it? And how can I understand it myself?


2017/08 - Meditation - Drinker : story to imagine

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It is a deeply theological meaning of the human faith on the divine presence and its mercy.

It is a story about a man who drinks a lot. He had always been a drinker. But he was unhappy about it. On the other hand he couldn't stop it. Meanwhile as he was going on in the way towards his own demolition, one day he seemed to have discovered a part of the solution. He invited Jesus to drink with him. He was so alone and desperate. And they drunk together. Jesus took his own chalice of divine salvation. And the drinker his own one. The chalice of each was plenty. Both were plenty of sorrow and sadness. Both were plenty of love as each could express it. But only in Jesus' chalice was all this was mixed with hope. The drinker had understood it when he thought that it could be good to drink with Jesus. For this reason Jesus allowed the drinker to be his companion: the perfect love way surely leading to Heaven.


2017/09/17 - Homily - 24th ord.Sunday - Cycle A

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Ezekiel  18:25-28;   Philippians 2:1-11;  Matt 21:28-32

Today we have the story of two sons and their father.  The response of both boys captures our responses in faith. YES or NO. When do we have to give such an important answer?