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Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Readings:1st Reading: 1 Kings 17:1016Resp.: Psalm 146:7, 89, 9102nd Reading: Hebrews 9:2428Gospel: Mark 12:3844 The theme of today's readings is generosity. The widow in Zarephath and the poor widow in the Gospel gave to the point of detriment to themselves. Last week we were told to love God with our all, and today two examples are given
Wedding at Cana – Part 1 of 2
Feb 02, 2018 | Cana, Divine Providence, Epiphany, Eucharist, Galilee, God's love, Gospel, humor, Jesus, Mary, miracle, mystery, reflection, wedding
Let’s begin with a little humor: There is a story about a priest named Fr. Murphy who went to visit a family in his small-town parish for a holiday meal. They all had a great dinner during which the wine flowed rather freely. Then it came time for Father to return home.The man hosting the meal said, “Hey Father we still have a half-bottle of wine left from the meal. I’m going to put
General Chapter - Wednesday, May 6
May 07, 2015 | Africa, Avila, demographic changes, Divine Providence, Europe, Far East, finances, General Chapter, General House, India, material resources, Rome, Spain, speeches, support, Teresianum, Third World, viability
Well, the desire to sleep by day and rise by night continues, although I'm getting better, in case you're wondering. (Although I wonder why you're wondering.). This morning the chapter sat through a rather detailed report on the finances of what is called "the Center of the Order," which is to say, the General House and its various dependencies.