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Sunday Word, 22 Nov 15 TO FIND FRUIT - November 22, 2015 ... the book's other "dispatches from the front lines of anti-Christian persecution" 1 demonstrate that power that looks out for self and power that seeks the good of others collide today as in the days of Jesus. Today's solemnity is about power . Pilate embodies worldly power, power that looks out for self; Jesus embodies God's power , power for other's good. The scriptures illustrate both with words that do not speak to us as they did to their first hearers: kingdom ; dominion ; throne ; king ; ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2015/11/sunday-word-22-nov-15.html
Sunday Word, 15 Nov 15 TO FIND FRUIT - November 15, 2015 Our Transformation Thirty-third Sunday of the Year B (15 Nov 2015) Dn 12. 1-3; Ps 16; Hb 10. 11-14, 18; Mk 13. 24-32 Homily of Fr. Paul Panaretos, S.J. W ith Halloween behind us stores are readying to immerse us in commercial Christmas. Madison Avenue plunges us into Christmas before we have a chance to celebrate Thanksgiving. Enjoyable as it can be believers know and feel Christmas drips with sanctity. The season of Advent soon to come helps us prepare ourselves to ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2015/11/sunday-word-15-nov-15.html
Sunday Word, 01 Nov 15 TO FIND FRUIT - November 1, 2015 ... but in company with others. St. Ignatius called his mission-companions "friends in the Lord." His companions to the present day share the grace Ignatius enjoyed. Jesuits live this grace as we realize we are not Jesuits by ourselves but with other Jesuits and our colleagues in ministry. I recall this on All Saints Day because friendship may help us better appreciate saints. Friendship is not new to our Catholic heritage. Jesus called his disciples friends . 1 Earliest ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2015/11/sunday-word-01-nov-15.html
Sunday Word, 25 Oct 15 TO FIND FRUIT - October 25, 2015 Allowing Mystery to Embrace Thirtieth Sunday of the Year B (25 Oct 2015) Jer 31. 7-9; Ps 126; Hb 5. 1-6; Mk 10. 46-52 Homily of Fr. Paul Panaretos, S.J. The Letter to the Hebrews is not read often. Major parts of it are read from beginning to end on autumn Sundays every three years. Liturgy does not expose us often to its praise of Jesus as human and divine, crucified and exalted into God's presence. Hebrews relies on imagery little used by us moderns, especially ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2015/10/sunday-word-25-oct-15.html