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Monday 2nd Week of Lent

Today’ Mass Readings Monday 2nd Week of Lent Daniel 9: 4B-10; Luke 6:36-38 As we are going along this season of grace, we can easily be lulled into thinking that we are doing okay with our Lenten resolutions. If we look at those resolutions, hopefully, we can feel pretty good about ourselves. But Lent is […]

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Saturday 1st. Week of Ordinary Time

Today’ Mass Readings Saturday 1st. Week of Ordinary Time Mark 2:13-17 We all know that in a court of law, attorneys must produce evidence that shows that a defendant has committed a crime. The jury convicts the one charged as guilty.   In the times of Jesus, the whole society was the court of Law! […]

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Friday 1st Week of Ordinary Time

Today’ Mass Readings Friday 1st Week of Ordinary Time Mark 2:1-12 We go out of our way to help the handicap. It may seem strange to us that people in today’s Gospel would not let paralytic see Jesus.   In the Mediterranean mindset at that time, people would have nothing to do with the paralytic. […]

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Thursday 1st Week of Ordinary Time Mark 1:40-45

Today’ Mass Readings Thursday 1st Week of Ordinary Time Mark 1:40-45 The leper’s helplessness and total dependency on others broke his spirit, but it opened him to God. “If you wish, you can make me clean.” We may know someone who is enduring a long illness. The length and severity of their illness can condition […]

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Saturday 28th Week of the Year

Today’s Mass Readings Saturday 28th Week of the Year Luke 12:8-12 Just what is the sin of the Holy Spirit that can never be forgiven? Blaspheming against the Holy Spirit is a sin which Jesus says could never be forgiven. Sins against the Son of Man, Jesus, can be forgiven, because our knowledge of Jesus […]

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Wednesday 21st Week of the Year

Today’s Mass Readings Wednesday 21st Week of the Year Matthew 23:27-32. Jesus has a strategy to help us look at our sin and not be afraid of what we see. We can see ourselves in children as they play a game, waiting for their turn. Whether it’s playing a video game, stepping up to the […]

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