These fourteen steps that we are now to walk, we do not take alone.  Jesus walks with us.  And therefore His way of the Cross two thousand years ago and our “way” now are also one.  But let’s look at the difference.  His life was incomplete until He crowned it by His death.  Our Fourteen steps will only be complete when we crowned them by our life.
I.    THE LAST SUPPER
Our Lord and Master!  How tremendous is His love for us.  Up to His very Last Supper, He thought of our need to always remember Him in our hearts and to be nourished by His loving presence in the Eucharist.
II.   THE AGONY IN THE GARDEN
Jesus was left alone in a long horrible night.  His determination to do the Father’s will was His only strength.  Obedience cost Him His life for us, and yet how hard for us to bend!
III.  JESUS IS CONDEMNED
In Pilate’s hands, He saw His Father’s will.  Though Pilate was unjust, he was the lawful governor, and so Jesus obeyed.  If He could bow to Pilate rule because that was His Father’s will, how could refuse obedience to those whom He placed over us?

These fourteen steps that we are now to walk, we do not take alone.  Jesus walks with us.  And therefore His way of the Cross two thousand years ago and our “way” now are also one.  But let’s look at the difference.  His life was incomplete until He crowned it by His death.  Our Fourteen steps will only be complete when we crowned them by our life.
I.    THE LAST SUPPER
Our Lord and Master!  How tremendous is His love for us.  Up to His very Last Supper, He thought of our need to always remember Him in our hearts and to be nourished by His loving presence in the Eucharist.
II.   THE AGONY IN THE GARDEN
Jesus was left alone in a long horrible night.  His determination to do the Father’s will was His only strength.  Obedience cost Him His life for us, and yet how hard for us to bend!
III.  JESUS IS CONDEMNED
In Pilate’s hands, He saw His Father’s will.  Though Pilate was unjust, he was the lawful governor, and so Jesus obeyed.  If He could bow to Pilate rule because that was His Father’s will, how could refuse obedience to those whom He placed over us?

The day arrived when our Lord had to leave Galilee for the last time.  Mary was deeply saddened and wept quietly.  Jesus consoled her lovingly and explained to her that He must now fulfill the mission for which the Father had sent Him into the world.
Mary knew the dangers to which her Son would be exposed on the account of His teachings, miracles, and conversions which Jesus accomplished.
During the last year of His public Ministry, Jesus decided to prepare His Apostles for the shock of His Passion by revealing to them beforehand the divine glory of their Master whom they were soon to see scourged and crucified.

Sunday Mass Schedule Effective March 2011

6:30am - Filipino
8:00am - English
9:30am - English
11:00am - English

12:15n.n - English

3:30pm - Filipino
5:00pm - English
6:30pm - English
8:00pm - English

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