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Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Readings:1st Reading: Jeremiah 31:79Resp.: Psalm 126:12, 23, 45, 62nd Reading: Hebrews 5:16Gospel: Mark 10:4652As St Teresa said, God places desires in us that He wishes to fulfill. Bartimaeus was asking Jesus to have mercy on him. Many in the crowd rebuked him but he kept on. Finally Jesus took notice of him and called him over. The crowd
Fourth Sunday of Lent
Mar 11, 2018 | forgiveness, free choice, happiness, heaven, Jesus, Laetare Sunday, Lent, light, mercy
Readings:1st Reading: 2 Chronicles 36:14-16, 19-23 Responsorial: Psalm 137:1-2, 3, 4-5, 62nd Reading: Ephesians 2:41-0Gospel: John 3:14-21 Jesus wants us to know that he came to sacrifice himself for all of us. St Paul tells us that even when we were dead in our transgressions, our sins, Jesus's sacrifice was ours for the taking. This is why in today's Gospel, John
Second Sunday of Advent 'A' Homily – Part 2
Dec 10, 2016 | Advent, charity, conversion, faith, Holy Spirit, hope, Jesus, love, mercy, Messiah, mission, repentance, salvation, Second Coming
John the Baptist On this Second Sunday of the New Church Year, John the Baptist stands before the ages and us in Chapter 3 of St. Matthew. He shouts out an invitation to repentance. He warns of impending judgment. He exhorts us to find security only int the Lord himself, not in superficial religious identity and external observances:For God can raise up children of