Reflection about Genesis 50:15-26

Hi, everyone. This evening I invite all of you to reflect together on the final chapter of the book of Genesis. The central point of this reading is forgiveness, born of faith and love and […]

Sermon for 17th February 2021- Ash Wednesday (John 8. 1-11) – TEXT and VIDEO

Today marks the beginning of Lent and from this day; we are invited, for the next 40 days to enter into a different way of living as we seek to deepen our relationship with God, […]

The heroes are not the ones who make noise – VIDEO & TEXT

Vocation of the Apostles, a fresco in the Sistine Chapel by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1481-1482.,_Domenico_-_Calling_of_the_Apostles_-_1481.jpg

Sermon for Sunday, 18th October 2020 Isaiah 35:3-6; Luke 10:1-9 There are moments in our life when we ask ourselves: Are we part of a wider reality or just an isolated moment in the history […]

Talk / Sermon for the 3rd Sunday after Trinity – 28th June 2020 – VIDEO & TEXT

The Lord's Prayer (Le Pater Noster), by James Tissot. Brooklyn Museum -'s_Prayer_(Le_Pater_Noster)_-_James_Tissot.jpg

(Matthew 10:40-42) Dear brothers and sisters, I invite you to look around you and be honest with yourself. It is easy to welcome somebody with open heart without asking ourselves about the intention of the […]

Our acts and doings have consequences in our life and in the others lives. Job and his story

Job by Léon Bonnat (1880) -

I invite all of you to reflect together on the story of Job, a man who was tested by God but remained faithful to him. He humbled himself under the hand of God, and accommodated […]