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29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

21 OCT 2018 TWENTY-NINTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Chasing greatness Ruins of ancient empires can be found around the globe. We’re awed by these traces of grandeur even as we’re summoned to awareness of the passing of worldly power. Every nation in history that once sought to be great has the antiquities to testify to their achievement—and […]

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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 of our knowledge of […]

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Friday 28th Week of the Year

Today’s Mass Readings Friday 28th Week of the Year Luke 12:1-7 Should we worry what people of our culture think about us when we share our faith? As we know, yeast is something that causes the dough to rise. When referring to the yeast of the Pharisees, Jesus is summoning his disciples not to be […]

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St. Luke, Evangelist October 18th

Today’s Mass Readings St. Luke, Evangelist October 18th Luke 10:1-9 How does one come to know Jesus so personally that you don’t mind living among others like a lamb living among wolves?   St. Luke, Evangelist, whose feast we celebrate today is the author of the 3rd Synoptic Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles. Born and […]

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Wednesday 28th Week of the Year.

Today’s Mass Readings Wednesday 28th Week of the Year. Luke 11:42-46. Pray with the psalmist, “Only in God is my soul at rest.” It grates against our human nature to be called out for something that we have done wrong. See Jesus using such a harsh term as “woe” when speaking to the Pharisees as […]

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Monday 28th Week of the Year.

Monday 28th Week of the Year. Luke 11:29-32 Are you ready to sing a new song? Jesus says he is like Jonah who preached repentance to the people of Nineveh. Repentance is the first step to conversion. It is a deliberate turning away from something that is destroying our lives and the lives of others. […]

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Saturday 27th Week of the Year

Today’s Mass Readings Saturday 27th Week of the Year Luke 11:27-28. Communion with Jesus in the Holy Mass opens up tremendous possibilities for us, possibilities that change us. To bless something or someone is to consecrate, set aside something or someone for God’s purpose only. While it may be reverent to display a beautiful rosary, […]

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Friday 27th Week of the Year

Today’s Mass Readings Friday 27th Week of the Year Luke 11:15-26 “I absolve you from your sins.” All Satan knows how to sow in the world is strife and war – a war that we experience within ourselves and amongst each other. And odd as it may sound, that war is healthy for our spiritual […]

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