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Reflection: Luke 13:22-30 THE DOME BLOG - August 21, 2016 21 st Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 13:22-30 The Gospel today begins with someone in the crowd asking Jesus if only select people will be saved. In differing situations, we might hear conversations or homilies about being saved. Ask yourself: do you worry about "being saved?" If so, what is the source of your anxiety? What does it stem from? Does it come from not being perfect? Or do you worry about some choices you made in the past that were not good for ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-luke-1322-30.html

Reflection: Luke 12:49-53 THE DOME BLOG - August 14, 2016 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 12:49-53 Today's Gospel is a bit sobering. In his opening words, Jesus tells the disciples: "I have come to set the earth on fire, and how I wish it were already blazing!" He continues talking about the baptism with which he would be baptized and the anguish he would experience in this process. Then Jesus asks his disciples a question: "Do you think that I have come to establish peace on the earth? No, I tell you, but ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-luke-1249-53.html

** FROM THE SECULAR PRESS ** The Pope's child sex protection expert ... KIWICATH NEWS AND NOTES - August 13, 2016 ... Tongan community is bucking the trend, Hamish MacLean reports. 'Working poor' on the rise according to charity (photo) http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/manukau-courier/82951162/working-poor-on-the-rise-according-to-charity Poverty is on the rise - particularly for the so-called 'working poor. That's the observation of St Vincent de Paul's Auckland South conference acting area president Tonia Greabatch. Churches make high profile appointments as cathedrals sit broken (photos) ...http://kiwicathnewsandnotes.blogspot.com/2016/08/from-secular-press-popes-child-sex.html

Reflection on St Dominic (9) DOMINICAN NUNS IRELAND - August 8, 2016 On preparing this reflection, it struck me that all the Readings at Mass this morning, (19th Sunday of the Year, Cycle C) including the psalm, could be applied to the person of Dominic and the mission and foundation of the Order. The first Reading from the Book of Wisdom is about trusting God and joyfully having the courage to do what God asks, enduring the dangers and hardships as well as the blessings that this work of God might entail. Dominic had ...http://dominicannunsireland.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-on-st-dominic.html

Reflection: Luke 12:32-48 THE DOME BLOG - August 7, 2016 The 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 12:32-48 The Gospel for this Sunday opens with Jesus speaking to his disciples. He says to them: "Do not be afraid any longer little flock, for your Father is pleased to give you the kingdom." Jesus then instructs them: "Sell your belongings and give alms. Provide money bags that will not wear out, an inexhaustible treasure in heaven that no thief can reach nor moth destroy. For where your treasure ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-luke-1232-48.html

"What Is the Mark of a Christian?" INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - August 7, 2016 Detail from "Christ Leading the Apostles to Mount Tabor" by Lorenzo Lotto (1512). A Scriptural Reflection by Carl E. Olson on the Readings for Sunday, August 7, 2016 Readings : • Wis 18:6-9 • Ps 33:1, 12, 18-19, 20-22 • Heb 11:1-2, 8-19 • Lk 12:32-48 "What is the mark of a Christian?" asked St. Basil in his work, Moralia , which is a guide living a morally upright life in the world. How might we answer this question? To be kind. To ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2016/08/what-is-the-mark-of-a-christian.html

Scales From My Eyes JOURNEY TO WISDOM - August 6, 2016 Sunday August 7, 2016 A Reflection on Luke 10:1-12, 17-20, N.A.B. By: Larry T Imagine waking up tomorrow morning in a foreign country, China for example. Most of us would be forced to use lively gestures and animated facial expressions as a means of communicating with the Chinese people. How useful would wide eyes and flailing arms be in getting directions to the American Embassy? Also, spoken Chinese is a tonal language with lots of upward and downward ...http://journeytowisdom-ocbs.blogspot.com/2016/08/scales-from-my-eyes.html

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Choice: Vanity of Owning and Being in Eternity? COMMUNIO - July 31, 2016 On the 18th Sunday Through the Church year we have been given this gospel: Luke 12:13-21. In part we come to the part of the passage where parable Jesus tells he mentions the demand for the inheritance. As a friend said in his homily, "It is interesting to observe how many times I find myself "give orders" to Jesus! Should it not be the opposite? But even for Jesus, rather than giving an order or even that of judgments or condemnation, He invites me ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2016/07/choice-vanity-of-owning-and-being-in-eternity/

Reflection: Luke 12:13-21 THE DOME BLOG - July 31, 2016 The 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Luke 12:13-21 Today's Gospel begins with an individual in the crowd asking Jesus: "Teacher, tell my brother (or sister) to share the family inheritance with me." Jesus responds to this person's statement by saying: "Friend, who appointed me as your judge or your arbitrator?" Then he adds: "Take care to guard against all greed. For though a person may be rich, one's life cannot be measured by the number of possessions ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/07/reflection-luke-1213-21.html

Silos of Grain, Pope Francis, and Today's World Situation THE WANDERING FRIAR - July 30, 2016 This Sunday's Gospel text (Luke 12:13-31) is certainly an apt one for our times. We are all concerned about the violence in our own country, but indeed around the whole world. Pope Francis has on several occasions suggested that we are in a piecemeal world war, not like the two previous world wars with clusters of nations opposing each other, but rather conflict spread throughout the world involving different sets of adversaries. The other day, at the ...http://frjohnsblog.blogspot.com/2016/07/silos-of-grain-pope-francis-and-todays.html

Worth Revisiting - So What's the Rush? HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - July 27, 2016 ... occasions "whenever the number of faithful wishing to receive Communion is so great that the celebration of Mass would be unduly long (emphasis added); and (2) the failure of so many of us to spend sufficient time in thanksgiving and conversation with the Lord whose Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity we consume. Since reception under both species is neither required nor recommended for frequent use, can anyone truthfully say that their Sunday Mass would be unduly prolonged if ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/07/worth-revisiting-so-whats-rush.html

Reflection: Luke 11:1-13 THE DOME BLOG - July 24, 2016 Sunday of the 17th Week of Ordinary Time – Luke 11:1-13 In the Gospel for this 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time, the disciples ask Jesus: "Teach us how to pray." The disciples knew that John had taught his disciples to pray and , like John's disciples, Jesus' disciples had a deep desire to learn how to pray. Jesus then said to them: "Pray in this way: 'Our Father, hallowed be your Name. Come to us and establish your kingdom. Give us each ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/07/reflection-luke-111-13.html

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16th Sunday in Ordinary Time PRINTED AS PREACHED - July 16, 2016 The image that comes to mind after reading the Gospel which speaks of the two sisters Martha and Mary is that of one who is concerned with the needs of guests and the other who sits at the feet of the Lord listening to his voice. When the Lord told Martha that she was anxious about too many things and her sister Mary had chosen the better part by listening, the Gospel does not share with us how she reacted. If we presumed by the tone of Martha's complaint ...http://printedaspreached.blogspot.com/2016/07/16th-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

Loving the Other—Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Cycle C) IS MY PHYLACTERY SHOWING? - July 10, 2016 ... often make the case that the priest and Levite are on their way to Jerusalem to serve in the temple and that they are trying to avoid the ritual impurity they'd incur by touching a dead body, rendering them unable to fulfill their service. However, as I read the passage, I noticed that they were coming down the road from Jerusalem, not going up. And if you know anything about going to Jerusalem, you always go up to it. Even today, for a Jewish person to go to Jerusalem is to make aliya ...http://theocoid.blogspot.com/2016/07/loving-otherfifteenth-sunday-of.html

Dust on His Feet JOURNEY TO WISDOM - July 2, 2016 Sunday July 3, 2016 A Reflection on Luke 10:1-12, 17-20, N.A.B. By: Larry T Jesus instructed his disciples to deliver this message to the people: "The Kingdom of God is at hand for you." Did Jesus send seventy or seventy-two disciples to proclaim the arrival of the Kingdom? Since the only four complete ancient manuscripts in existence are evenly divided between seventy and seventy-two disciples, most bible editions put the [-two] in brackets, as does the ...http://journeytowisdom-ocbs.blogspot.com/2016/07/dust-on-his-feet.html

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Sunday Reflection REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - June 26, 2016 In today's Gospel, Jesus makes it clear that to follow Him means leaving all and "foxes have dens and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to rest his head." This has always seemed to call me to make a home in my heart for Jesus and invite Him to come and rest there. Then, so often when Jesus again invites us to "follow Him", we find we are making excuses; we are too busy now, this duty is waiting for us, etc. Yet, we will be able to accomplish all ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2016/06/sunday-reflection.html

Reflection on Mass Readings for 13th Sunday, Cycle C DOMINICAN NUNS IRELAND - June 26, 2016 1st Reading : 1Kings 19:16; 19-21 Responsorial Psalm : Psalm 15 2nd Reading : Gal 5:1;13-18 Gospel : Luke 9:51-62 The readings for today's liturgy are very challenging as well as also being inspiring and encouraging. Their message could be summed up in the opening prayer of the Mass which reads: "O God who through the grace of adoption, chose us to be children of light, grant that we may not be wrapped in the darkness of error but always be seen to stand in the bright light ...http://dominicannunsireland.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-on-mass-readings-for-13th.html

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