Uncategorized

Tuesday of the Third Week of Easter

The first reading is about the martyrdom of St. Stephen, the first martyr of the early Church. Stephen boldly reproves the Pharisees and then has a vision of God. The Pharisees are so angry that they stone him to death. What is remarkable in this reading is that Stephen forgives his executioners and then” falls […]

Uncategorized

Monday of the Third Week of Easter

Today’s fast-paced nature is all about the mad rush to success. As expenditures continue to soar amidst gate-crashing economies, the need to get ahead to survive has never been more crucial. Daily grind equals daily bread–and it’s easy to forget that” mortal does not live on bread alone .” Today’s gospel is a sequel to […]