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Tuesday 12th week Of the Year

Today’s Readings Tuesday 12th week Of the Year. Matthew 7:6, 12-14 When people see what Christians are like, then they want to be Christians too. When Jesus touches a person’s heart, and they know his mercy personally, they ask in one way or another, “Why doesn’t everyone believe in Jesus?” For as many people there […]

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Feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist

Today’s Readings Feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist June 24, 2016 Luke 1:57-66; 80. St. John the Baptist role is to prepare us to receive God’s graciousness, God’s favor. “His name is John.” In Hebrew the name John means “the Lord is gracious” or “the Lord shows favor.” God was certainly gracious to […]

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Tuesday 11th Week of the Year

Today’s Readings Tuesday 11th Week of the Year Matthew 5:43-48. Changing the word, “enemy” to “unlovable” might help us to come closer to what Jesus is teaching us about loving our enemies. “Love the unlovable and pray for those who are unlovable to us. This passage on loving our enemies and praying for those who […]

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Monday 11th Week of the Year

Today’s Readings Monday 11th Week of the Year Matthew 5:38-42. How many hearts have changed while meditating on the crucifix? After horrific mass shootings of innocent victims, we ask, “When will the hate and violence end? Jesus addresses this in today’s Gospel. When we hear the term “An eye for an eye,” we often think […]

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