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Last Sunday After Pentecost 23 November 2014 Sermon LUX VERA - November 28, 2014 Last Sunday after Pentecost 23.11.14 The end of everything We come to the Last Sunday of the Church year. The prayers and readings naturally put us in mind of the last stages of time; the last moment of our lives; the last moments of the world itself. It is an exciting, perhaps frightening topic. How will it all end? Each year we say the same thing: I don't know where this year has gone. We have a sense of ...http://luxvera.blogspot.com/2014/11/last-sunday-after-pentecost-23-november.html

"Be Watchful! Be Alert!" CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - November 26, 2014 ... through the Spirit, will come again in power and glory. Another eventful week in our Catholic World. Enjoy the Thanksgiving weeken with your family and loved ones. Keep the Faith. Peace. Wally Arida Publisher & Editor in chief BURNING QUESTION: Did John the Baptist go straight to heaven when he died? Post a comment below . Follow us on Twitter Click Here to receive a FREE SUBSCRIPTION to this weekly email -- May you find it in your hearts to help the Lord Jesus manifest Himself even more ...http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2011/11/be-watchful-be-alert.html

Don't Follow Them PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - November 25, 2014 This is the final week of the church year in the Catholic Church. Even last Sunday at the Feast of Christ the King, the Gospel was the final judgment scene, Matthew 25:31-46. Tuesday's Gospel continues the discourse on "the end," Luke 21:5-11. The New Jerusalem renders verse 8 this way: "But He said, 'Take care not to be deceived, because many will come in My name and saying, "I am the one," and "The time is near at hand." Refuse to join ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2014/11/dont-follow-them.html

Belated Stir Up Sunday RECTA RATIO - November 24, 2014 This Sunday, the last of the liturgical year, gets its name from the Collect for today's Mass, which begins, "Stir up, O Lord...". It has nothing to do with cooking. I will point you to Father Zuhlsdorf for an excellent explanation of the Last Sunday After Pentecost.I would just add that the Gospel for today, with its discussion of the end of time, and the Last Trumpet, plus the repetition inhttp://rectaratio.blogspot.com/2014_11_23_archive.html#6412864964437492773

Put in More YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - November 24, 2014 ... next? How much would you be giving to charity if you were giving the same percentage of your wealth as the poor ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/11/put-in-more.html

GENERAL JUDGMENT - And the Two Groups. GLORIA OLIVAE - November 24, 2014 1. The Feast of Christ the King. This is the last Sunday in Ordinary Time. Holy Mother the Church ends teaching her children the Catholic Faith today. By now everyone following the Liturgy that is well and properly celebrated should know all the teachings of Jesus Christ as proposed by the Church. At least that....that they should know all the teachings of Jesus Christ. Whether they have put it into practice or not is another thing. By now any Catholic should know if they ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_11_01_archive.html#8492690757567241057

Reflection: Matthew 25:31-46 THE DOME BLOG - November 23, 2014 ... The Gospel reading for the feast of Christ the King may be a bit different than we anticipate. Given the name of this feast, we might assume that today's Gospel would focus on Christ's power, might and glory. Yes, in this Gospel Jesus does say, "when the Son of Man comes in glory He will sit on his throne and judge the nations." However, Christ's judgment differs from the way the world judges. Christ's judgments of the nations will not be ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/11/reflection-matthew-2531-46.html

Gospel Reading for Sunday, November 23rd ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - November 23, 2014 Jesus said to his disciples: "When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit upon his glorious throne, and all the nations will be assembled before him. And he will separate them one from another, as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. He will place the sheep on his ri...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/iUC8oaa8i8E/gospel-reading-for-sunday-november-23rd

That God May Be All in All - Christ the King CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - November 23, 2014 ... scene in the Gospel is stark and resounds with Old Testament echoes. The Son of Man is enthroned over all nations and peoples of every language (see Daniel 7:13-14). The nations have been gathered to see His glory and receive His judgment (see Isaiah 66:18; Zephaniah 3:8). The King is the divine shepherd Ezekiel foresees in Sunday's First Reading, judging as a shepherd separates sheep from goats. Each of us will be judged upon our performance of the simple ...http://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2014/11/that-god-may-be-all-in-all-christ-king.html

How Do We Exalt Christ As King? Here Are Three Ways (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - November 23, 2014 http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/11/how-do-we-exalt-christ-as-king-here-are.html

The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe PREPARE FOR MASS - November 22, 2014 http://prepareformass.wordpress.com/2014/11/22/the-solemnity-of-our-lord-jesus-christ-king-of-the-universe/

XXIV and Last Sunday After Pentecost 1862 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - November 22, 2014 . Let's start our 1862/3 Catholic year today, with the coming week's Ordo for the dioceses of England and Wales, the last week of 1861/62. (The Scottish hierarchy not yet having been restored, the supplements to the calendar used in the diocese of Rome are used there (as well as "in Australia and other places" as one missal puts it), and there are no particular diocesan feasts, as there are no dioceses, but simply districts administered by Vicars Apostolic.) 23 SUNDAY . ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2014/11/xxiv-and-last-sunday-after-pentecost.html

Solemnity of Christ the King: "He Hands Over the Kingdom to His God and Father When He Has Destroyed Every Sovereignty" MEETING CHRIST IN THE LITURGY - November 22, 2014 ... annual meeting this Fall, pointed out that the solemnity of Christ the King, which our Church celebrates on the last Sunday of October pre-1962 and this weekend in the ordinary form, originated in the struggles of the Church under totalitarianism in the 19th century, only about 70 years ago, and for that reason is very appropriate in our own day when our religious freedom is under attack. Our bishops have been engaged for some time now in the fight for religious freedom on ...http://mcitl.blogspot.com/2014/11/solemnity-of-christ-king-he-hands-over.html

Nov 23 Homily Prep THE MATADOR WORD - November 21, 2014 -Last Sunday's homily is available By email request -This Sunday's Scriptures can be found at Sunday readings -Check out this weeks LinC letter at LinC Letter -I will be celebrating mass this weekend at 5:30, 9:30am and 12:30pm Can You See Me? This weekend's feast of Christ the King and the great gospel text of Matthew 25 provides the opportunity for continuation of my reflection Vision 2016 "every one add one: renew, ...http://thematadorword.blogspot.com/2014/11/nov-23-homily-prep.html

God's Presence in the Un-Godly THE WORD FOR THE WORLD - November 21, 2014 CHRIST THE KING Matthew 25:31-46 We have now come to the last Sunday of the liturgical calendar of the Church which is the celebration of Christ the King. At the end of time, Christ will come again as the King of heaven and earth. As King he is still the Good Shepherd and being a shepherd, he will also be our judge. Most of us live in a democratic society but to those who still have monarchies, their king/queen is a symbol of unity. David was a shepherd before he was made ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/KJEIY/~3/qiQQzMRzH88/gods-presence-in-un-godly.html

Deacon Bob's Homily for Wednesday, 33rd Week of Ordinary Time, Year II CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - November 20, 2014 Here is my homily from last night's Mass. God bless all! If tonight's Gospel sounds familiar, it should. Last Sunday's Gospel was from Matthew in which we heard the same parable we hear tonight from St. Luke. God gifts his people and expects us to use the gifts given to benefit the Kingdom of God. These two raccountings of the parable teach us two basic realities of our relationship with God, I believe. ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2014/11/deacon-bobs-homily-for-wednesday-33rd-week-of-ordinary-time-year-ii/

The Incarnation of the Gospel THE THEOLOGY OF DAD - November 20, 2014 One thing that struck me about Sunday's reading of the Parable of the Talents was how intimately the Gospel has actually gotten stuck into culture, so deeply that we often fail to realize it's even there. English-speakers have borrowed a lot of phrases from the King James Bible: apple of my eye (Deut. 32:10), fruit of the womb (Ps 127:3), skin and bones (Job 19:19-20), as well as many others. I am sure the same is the case with other languages. I ...http://thetheologyofdad.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-incarnation-of-gospel.html

23rd Sunday After Pentecost 16 Nov 2014 Sermon LUX VERA - November 20, 2014 http://luxvera.blogspot.com/2014/11/23rd-sunday-after-pentecost-16-nov-2014.html

"He Will Sit Upon His Glorious Throne" CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - November 20, 2014 This Sunday, November 23, 2014 we celebrate the Solemnity of Christ the King . This is the Last Sunday of the Church Year. Through this feast the church is saying that all of our celebrations can be summed up in one statement: Jesus is our King, we serve him. Our Discussion Questions will guide your Sunday Bible Study with family, friends and church groups. Universal King But who is this Person we salute on the feast of Christ the King? Fr. James Gilhooley says call ...http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2011/11/he-will-sit-upon-his-glorious-throne.html

Feast of Christ the King--What Kind of King Is He? THE WANDERING FRIAR - November 19, 2014 ... important for Him. Jesus is a King who reigns not by domination and control but by lifting up the lowly and inviting His followers to do the same. Does all of this sound a bit like Pope Francis? Someone recently said that Pope Francis is not a liberal but rather a radical. I agree. He is a radical follower of the Gospel and invites us to be as well. Are we ready to ...http://frjohnsblog.blogspot.com/2014/11/feast-of-christ-king-what-kind-of-king.html

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