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January 5 John 1:43-51

Today’ Mass Readings January 5 John 1:43-51 God’s goodness in the person of Jesus cannot remain hidden in us. You can just feel the excitement in Phillip’s heart as he runs to Nathaniel. “We have found the one all the prophets wrote about, Jesus of Nazareth”. But Nathaniel is skeptical. He hasn’t met Jesus yet. Phillip […]

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Wednesday 1st Week of Lent

Today’ Mass Readings Wednesday 1st Week of Lent Luke 11:29-32 Lack of repentance is a cause of great suffering. At the time of Jesus there were many false messiahs. People wanted to make sure that Jesus was the Messiah. So they asked for a sign. That seems fair enough if all you’re looking for is […]

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Good Friday

Today’ Mass Readings Good Friday John 19:17-30 “He bowed His head and gave up His spirit.” “There was no more terrible death than death by crucifixion. Even the Romans themselves regarded it with a shudder of horror. Cicero declared that it was “the most cruel and horrifying death.” Tacitus said that it was a “despicable […]

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Friday 3rd week of Lent 2018

Today’ Mass Readings Friday 3rd week of Lent 2018 Matthew 21:33-43, 45-46 Mother Teresa tells a story about a young drug addict that her and her sisters encountered in London. He had long hair, and they saw him sitting with several others on the side of the street. Mother Teresa writes: And I said to […]

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