Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

The Heart of Christ

If we are in love, we know that it is our heart which is at work and the one responsible for such a great feeling. If we feel pity over…

Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

The Body of Christ

The Feast of the Body of Christ (Corpus Christi), which we have just celebrated last Sunday was established with a twofold focus. The first is about the Real Presence of…

Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

Pentecost: Gifted to Give

Last Sunday, in the Pentecost event, the Holy Spirit descended upon the disciples and transformed them in the most remarkable way imaginable. It was so spectacular that the apostles were…

Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

Peace of the Heart

“Peace, I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give it to you.”   Last Sunday, the 6th Sunday of Easter,…

Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

The Good Shepherd

“I am the good shepherd. A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep… I am the good shepherd, and I know mine and mine know me, just as…

Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

Do You Love Me?

This was the question of our Lord Jesus to Simon Peter when he appeared to them on the third time after he was raised from the dead. Without much thought,…

Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

“My Lord and My God”

The case of Thomas, as presented in the Gospel last Sunday (the story of the doubting Thomas), is a world-class case of bad timing. What other term can we think…

Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

Hosanna to the King!

Jesus entered Jerusalem on a colt (a young donkey). This was quite unusual because Jesus always chose to walk and it was very seldom for him to ride on something,…

Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

The Forgiving Father

The Gospel last Sunday (the 4th Sunday of Lent) was about the popular story of the Prodigal Son. A story of a younger son who asked for his inheritance early…

Sacerdos in Aeternum | Rev. Fr. Rommel Molina Arcilla:

Second Chances

The Parable of the Fig Tree, a story which was the Gospel reading last Sunday, conveyed to us a very beautiful message especially for our situation in our world right…