May 15th, 2022

Homily for the 5th Sunday of Easter Today, at the beginning of our Sunday reflection, I would like to ask you a question: Is there any recipe for happiness? Have you ever heard of such a recipe for happiness? We can also ask a slightly different question: What to do in order not to be […]

May 8th, 2022

‘The sheep that belong to me listen to my voice. I know them and they follow me. I give them eternal life’.  The 4th Sunday of Easter Today, on Good Shepherd’s Sunday we celebrate the Day of Prayer for Vocations. We dedicate this day, in particular, to pray for new seminarians and priests. We are […]

1st May, 2022

‘Obedience to God comes before obedience to man’ Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Easter Today, in the first reading of the Acts of the Apostles, there is a sentence that we can be considered one of the most important passages in the Bible. ‘Obedience to God comes before obedience to men’. This is exactly […]

24th April, 2022

‘The more you trust, the more you receive’ Divine Mercy Sunday I would like to begin today’s reflection with a question. Why do we need God’s Mercy? Every year, on the second Sunday of Easter which is Divine Mercy Sunday, I ask myself this quite simple question: Why do we actually need God’s Mercy? And […]

Easter Sunday 2022

Today is probably the only day when the word ‘empty’ means something positive. Normally it is associated with something negative, something that was lost: an empty church for example, an empty wallet, an empty bank account, an empty plate, fridge. The feeling of emptiness is accompanied by surprise, disbelief, that we lost something suddenly, that […]

The 5th Sunday of Lent, 2022

‘Go away, and don’t sin any more’  The 5th Sunday of Lent, 2022 Like a week ago, today we also heard a very beautiful Word of God, which can be very challenging and helpful in our spiritual preparation for the upcoming time of Holy Week and the Triduum. It is hard to believe that we […]