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Homily - "Give to God What Belongs to God" GW CATHOLIC Q & A - October 21, 2014 Click HERE to listen to Sunday's homily. At our grad student Bible study last Monday night, I asked the group what does it mean to do what Jesus says in tonight's Gospel, "give to God what belongs to God". One of the students pensively answered, it means give God your life. Wow, I thought, good answer! Yes, in general terms, give God your life. But, what does it mean specifically? Give God your time. By coming here tonight, you are giving ...http://gwcatholicforum.blogspot.com/2014/10/homily-give-to-god-what-belongs-to-god.html

Messe Dominicale: La Paroisse Allemande De St. Albert, Ottawa THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - October 21, 2014 ... would happen at the Lord Jesus' coming in glory. Thessalonica was religiously diverse. The Romans obliged their citizens to worship the empire and the emperor as divine; archaeologists have discovered there a temple to the goddess Roma and coins of Julius Caesar and Augustus inscribed with divine titles. As in other Greek cities, Thessalonica had "mystery" religions espousing the cult of Dionysus and Serapis. In such mystery religions, worshippers celebrated a ritual ceremony of the deity's ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2014/10/messe-dominicale-la-paroisse-allemande.html

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time - The Power of the Holy Spirit... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - October 20, 2014 ... like a baby kitty cat for the rest of Mass. Which meant that she actually sat and stood in ONE PLACE for the duration. God.Is.Good. Thus, I was able to go back after Communion and glance through the readings in my Magnificat , picking out a sentence in St. Paul's letter to the Thessalonians: "For our gospel did not come to you in word alone, but also in power and in the Holy Spirit and with much conviction." The word of the Lord. Thanks be to God! Mike has suggested that I ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/10/29th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-power-of.html

Extraordinary Synod on Family Is, Thanks Be to God, Over. FR. Z'S BLOG - October 20, 2014 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/w6TlzeTXGEU/

Gospel Reading for Sunday, October 19th ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - October 19, 2014 The Pharisees went off and plotted how they might entrap Jesus in speech. They sent their disciples to him, with the Herodians, saying, "Teacher, we know that you are a truthful man and that you teach the way of God in accordance with the truth. And you are not concerned with anyone's opinion, for you do not regar...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/cbO_46z8skQ/gospel-reading-for-sunday-october-19th

Oct 19 – Homily – Fr Maximilian W: What Is God's? AIRMARIA.COM - October 19, 2014 Homily #141019n ( 07min) Play – Father Maximilian comments on today's Gospel, and tells us that Our Lord's response is deeper than it first appears, for everything belongs to God, we have our civic duties, yes, but even those are ultimately rendered to God. All things come to us from the Love of God, and we must return everything back to God with love. Ave Maria! Mass: 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Sunday – Form: OF Readings: 1st: isa 45:1, 4-6 Resp: ...http://airmaria.com/2014/10/19/oct-19-homily-fr-maximilian-w-what-is-gods/

Pope Beatifies Paul VI, 'Great Helmsman' of Vatican II EWTN NEWS - VATICAN NEWS - October 19, 2014 Vatican City, Oct 19, 2014 / 12:57 pm ( EWTN News/CNA ).- Addressing those gathered in Saint Peter's Square on Sunday for the beatification of Paul VI, Pope Francis reminded Christians who live out the Gospel message that they are "God's newness" both "in the Church and in the world."http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EwtnNews-Vatican/~3/R32RRDXxmRg/new.php

Reflection on Today's Gospel, Sunday, October 19, 2014 CATHOLIC WORKING MOM - October 19, 2014 Readings for Today Today's gospel is a bit tricky. The Pharisees were trying to trap Jesus as they often did. He was in one of those "darned if He does and darned if He doesn't" situations. Jesus tells them to "give to Caesar what is Caesar's and to God what is God's." At church this morning, our deacon spoke about social justice and the importance of sharing our treasure. Surely that is a good and noble thing, but I don't believe that this is the point that Jesus was trying ...http://danardoyle.wordpress.com/2014/10/19/reflection-on-todays-gospel-sunday-october-19-2014/

Sunday Word, 19 Oct 14 TO FIND FRUIT - October 19, 2014 ... significant living. Pope Francis recalled his words in his message for this weekend's World Mission Sunday. 2 He also recalled that at home and in distant places people allow sin, sorrow, inner emptiness and loneliness to dissatisfy them. How? When they let the world run them rather than run the world with the good of all at heart. Consumerism is the glaring, modern symptom of being run by the world. It used to be located in developed nations. Now that travel, trade and commerce are global few ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2014/10/sunday-word-19-oct-14.html

Mission Sunday CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - October 19, 2014 ... obstacles add to our ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2014/10/mission-sunday.html

The Daily Gospel and Readings 19 October 2014 DAILY PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS - October 19, 2014 http://prayersandmeditations.com/2014/10/19/the-daily-gospel-and-readings-19-october-2014/

Parish Message for World Mission Sunday PRINTED AS PREACHED - October 19, 2014 ... saints would witness to Christ by the deaths they suffered for the faith they preached. In Rome, St. Paul was beheaded and St. Peter, crucified. If either of these apostles remained at home, the landscape of the Christian faith and its contribution to the world would be another story. It would be very probable that those of us who do not have family roots in the Middle East, (and that would be many) would probably not be Christians today. God only knows what religion, if any, we would be, or ...http://printedaspreached.blogspot.com/2014/10/parish-message-for-world-mission-sunday.html

Reflection: Matthew 22:15-21 THE DOME BLOG - October 19, 2014 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Matthew 22:15-21 Today's Gospel begins with the Pharisees plotting against Jesus. They ask Jesus if it is lawful to pay the census tax to Caesar. The Pharisees ask the question only because they hope to trap Jesus by his answer. However, Jesus is well aware that they only want to discredit him in the people's eyes. Jesus knew that regardless of how he answered the question, it would be wrong in the mind of the Pharisees. Thus he ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-matthew-2215-21.html

Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time G-MANS JOURNEY - October 19, 2014 http://gman59.blogspot.com/2014/10/twenty-ninth-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

The Beatification of Pope Paul VI SERVANT AND STEWARD - October 19, 2014 ... Gospel is not proclaimed (20). This split is becoming all too apparent with each passing day and needs to be honestly accessed and addressed. My childhood pastor, Father John Beveridge, was deeply influenced by this exhortation of Pope Paul VI and through it brought the Systematic Integral New Evangelization (SINE) to St. John the Baptist Parish in which I was raised in Quincy, Illinois. Through the small faith sharing groups formed through SINE, I came to understand the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/gWPNeaIbjdQ/the-beatification-of-pope-paul-vi.html

Ferris Bueller - Catholic Edition FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - October 19, 2014 ... slept too late to make Mass in the morning, or Saturday night) and then say "I just can't make it this week" True, our loving Father is merciful, loving, forgiving. But the Gospel underscores the reality that we're only fooling ourselves when we get into these types of debates. God must always come first in our lives. In Jesus telling us to "Repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God" - is a nicer way of saying we need to stop trying to use God as an ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2014/10/ferris-bueller-catholic-edition.html

Year a Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time Καθολικός διάκονος - October 19, 2014 Readings: Isa 45:1.4-6; Ps 961.3-5.7-8.9-10; 1 Thes 1:1-5b; Matt 22:15-21 Before rushing headlong into our Gospel, let's have a look at something important from our first reading. In this passage, taken from the Book of the Prophet Isaiah, we read that Cyrus, whose right hand the L ORD grasped, is referred to as the L ORD 's anointed. Why is this significant? It is significant because Cyrus was the king of Persia. In BC 539, the Persians, led by Cyrus, conquered ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2014/10/year-twenty-ninth-sunday-in-ordinary.html

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) PRIEST - October 18, 2014 GOSPEL REFLECTION: 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) 19th October 2014 by REV.FR. ALLEN BACLOR ABADINES First Reading: Isaiah 45:1,4-6 Second Reading: 1 Thessalonians 1:1-5ab Gospel: Matthew 22:15-21 GOSPEL: The Pharisees went and plotted to entrap Jesus in what he said. So they sent their disciples to him, along with the Herodians, saying, "Teacher, we know that you arehttp://frjessie.blogspot.com/2014/10/29th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-a.html

Homily for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2014 BIG C CATHOLICS - October 18, 2014 Fr. René J. Butler, M.S. Director, La Salette Shrine Enfield, NH (Click here for today's readings) At this point in Matthew's Gospel, Jesus has already passed two "tests"—spot quizzes, if you like—concocted by his adversaries. Apparently they haven't learned their lesson. In their malice they have come back, only to be confounded once again. The issue wasn't just whether one oughthttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2014/10/homily-for-29th-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

God and God Alone: A Homily for the 29th Sunday of the Year ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON - October 18, 2014 The Gospel today contains lots of interesting juxtapositions: Hatred for Jesus, but grudging respect for him, real questions, versus rhetorical questions, politics and faith, duties to Caesar and duties to God. The word "juxtaposition" is from the Latin juxta (meaning "near") and positio (meaning "place or position"). Hence a juxtaposition is the placing of two […]http://blog.adw.org/2014/10/god-and-god-alone-a-homily-for-the-29th/

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