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Beautiful Lectionaries in the Bibliothèque Nationale De France NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 27, 2016 ... use, starting with Easter, on which the Gospel is John 1, 1-17. The cover of a Latin Evangeliary from the last quarter of the 9th century. (ms. Latin 9453) St Matthew Writing His Gospel, from the 9th century Evangeliary of Ebon (folio 18v) Evangeliary of the Court of Charlemagne, also known as the Golden Evangeliary ( Évangéliaire d ' or) of Evangeliary of Saint-Martin-des-Champs. 8th century, folio 61 r. - The beginning of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/YUYNTNzCYAM/beautiful-lectionaries-in-bibliotheque.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 day our daily bread. Forgive our ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/07/reflection-luke-111-13.html

17th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - July 24, 2016 In today's Gospel, we learn the value of persistence, and we see what can happen with a lot of perseverance, with an unrelenting desire to never give up; knocking, asking, seeking, until something happens, until a resolution is, at last, reached. And though this persistence could be applicable to anything in our lives, Jesus is making it specific to the greatest part of our lives, our spiritual lives, our prayer. And He shows us what is possible, what ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2016/07/17th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-cycle-c.html

A Second Look at the Our Father (Sunday 17.C) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - July 24, 2016 ... And the only time he ever makes an issue of the length of prayer is in the Garden of Gethsemane, when he asks "can you not watch an hour with me?" And after giving the disciples the Our Father, Jesus continues his teaching by underling the need to persevere in prayer. How regularly we pray is more important, he seems to suggest, than how long we pray—although, of course, he himself spent long periods of time in prayer, and I don't want to make light of that. But everything in today's ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-second-look-at-our-father-sunday-17c_24.html

Word for the Weekend: July 24 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - July 21, 2016 ... Following last week's first reading, another story from Genesis finds Abraham prayer-bargaining with the Lord to determine for how small a group of innocent folk the Lord will spare Sodom and Gomorrah. Abraham gets the Lord to pledge he'll spare the cities for the sake of 10. Although the reading ends there, we know that 10 innocent citizens were not found and the cities were destroyed. In the gospel passage from Luke, the Lord, at his disciples' request, ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/07/word-for-weekend-july-24.html

9th Sunday After Pentecost 17 Jul 2016 Sermon LUX VERA - July 21, 2016 ... grace that we can all see whatever error there is in our ways. We maintain a sense of the urgency of the whole matter. It is a big problem, but it can be solved. Salvation can be achieved despite all the confusion. If nothing else - if we do not see any success - we will be like old candles, extinguished in the service of the Lord. Others can take up where we left off. Eventually God will intervene strongly, in His time. While we are still alive we do all in our power to avoid sin, and call on ...http://luxvera.blogspot.com/2016/07/9th-sunday-after-pentecost-17-jul-2016.html

Ought to Hear YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - July 20, 2016 http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/07/ought-to-hear.html

There's Something About Martha and Mary? LITURGY - July 17, 2016 Sunday's Gospel reading (Luke 10:38-42) is so familiar, many will be surprised it occurs only in Luke: Now as they went on their way, he entered a certain village, where a woman named Martha welcomed him into her home. She had a sister named Mary, who sat at the Lord's feet and listened to what […]http://liturgy.co.nz/theres-something-about-martha-and-mary

Homily: Beloved BUKAS PALAD - July 17, 2016 ... being the "proper host". She is the busy, active worker, caring to get things done well for their guest. Mary is the contemplative. She is concerned about being with Jesus. She is the welcoming host, sitting to listen to their guest. All too often, this contrast leads us to value Mary and chastise Martha. Mary is the model of the spiritual Christian. Her way of relating to Jesus is exemplary. She has chosen the better part, Jesus says. Martha is a model of worldly distraction. Her worries and ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2016/07/homily-beloved.html

Year C Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Καθολικός διάκονος - July 17, 2016 ... the other synoptics (i.e., Matthew and Mark), Jesus makes only one trip to Jerusalem. So, for twenty Sundays in this cycle of readings, we journey with Jesus, as his disciples, towards the Holy City. We are invited to pay attention and learn along the way. It has been observed that the meal in the home of Martha and Mary "is a story of both eucharist and ministry" (LaVerdiere, Dining in the Kingdom of God 76). This story "shows how those in ministry can be distracted by secondary ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/07/year-c-sixteenth-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

'There Is Need of Only One Thing.' Sunday Reflections, 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - July 16, 2016 Abraham and the Three Angels ,Gerbrand van den Eeckhout, 1656 Gospel Luke 10:38-42 NRSV Now as they went on their way, Jesus entered a certain village, where a woman named Martha welcomed him into her home. She had a sister named Mary, who sat at the Lord's feet and listened to what he was saying. But Martha was distracted by her many tasks; so she came to him and asked, "Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me to do all the work by myself? Tell her then to help ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/07/there-is-need-of-only-one-thing-sunday.html

Deacon Bob's Homily for the 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle C, 2016 CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - July 16, 2016 ... Mary chose. Jesus said in the Gospel, "There is need for only one thing." How can this be when there seems to be a need for so many things in life? What did Jesus mean? Why are we so distracted and worried by small matters that seem to demand our attention yet leave us anxious and dissatisfied? Why do we tend to choose the good of today and not the good of eternity? St. Augustine wrote in his famous Confessions, "Our hearts are restless until they rest in Thee." Our hearts are ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2016/07/deacon-bobs-homily-for-the-16th-sunday-of-ordinary-time-cycle-c-2016/

Martha and Prayer, 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS & TALKS - July 16, 2016 Lk 10:38-42 As I think you all know, I'm moving. And one of the things of have been realising these last few weeks is that moving is hard work, is complicated, and brings plenty of stress. I've been busier these past few weeks than I've been for a long time, and that is presumably going to just accelerate as I head to my September moving deadline. Some of you have told me how you move every two years and have a confident, calm moving strategy; others have told me stories ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2016/07/martha-and-prayer-16th-sunday-in.html

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

July 17 Homily Prep THE MATADOR WORD - July 15, 2016 -Last Sunday's homily is available by email -This Sunday's Scriptures can be found at www.usccb.org -check out this week's LinC Letter at www.parishlincletter.blogspot.com -I will be celebrating mass at 4pm on Sat and 8am and 11am on Sunday Are you in it or just doing it? The Gospel text of Martha and Mary is a classic and it has been the center of some serious debate about the spiritual lives of Catholics. For centuries ...http://thematadorword.blogspot.com/2016/07/july-17-homily-prep.html

No 'Personal Preferences' FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - July 15, 2016 ... some of course are downright abuses, were these take place, and are ongoing, they will be reported to the Cardinal Prefect of the ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2016/07/no-personal-preferences.html

Word for the Weekend: JULY 17 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - July 14, 2016 Martha and Mary by Maud Sumner This coming Sunday offers a real contrast to the previous week's gospel of the Good Samaritan. July 17 will be the 16 th Sunday in Ordinary Time and here Jesus spotlights the one who does little more than sit at his feet and listen to him - while her sister is busy about the work of hospitality in the home where Jesus is visiting - the home of Martha and Mary, his friends in Bethany. The image above offers a striking contemporary interpretation ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/07/word-for-weekend-july-17.html

A Stroll Through a Gallery of Martha and Mary Paintings... A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - July 14, 2016 Martha and Mary by He Qi My recent post, Word for the Weekend , included a contemporary rendering of this Sunday's gospel and its story of Jesus visiting his friends Mary and Martha in Bethany. This post offers eight more contemporary paintings of the same story (and I've included the one from my previous post at the bottom). I suggest you first take a look at the story and then spend some time with the paintings. Each one has its own take on Jesus' visit ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-stroll-through-gallery-of-martha-and.html

The Good Samaritan's Heart ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - July 12, 2016 Sunday's Gospel reading tells the parable of the Good Samaritan tells of a man traveling from Jerusalem to Jericho along a dangerous stretch of road. It doesn't say why he was traveling there, why he was alone, or who he was to take such a risk. The parable doesn't tell much about the man except that robbers arrived on the scene, stripped him, beat him, and left him half dead on the side of the road. We know very little about the man, but we do know a bit ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/07/the-good-samaritans-heart.html

Fr. Butler's Homily for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 10, 2016, Year C BIG C CATHOLICS - July 10, 2016 Fr. René J. Butler, M.S. Director, La Salette Shrine Hartford, Connecticut (Click here for today's readings) In reflecting on today's gospel, I spent way too much time reading about Torti v. Van Horn. This was a California court case, in which a "Good Samaritan" was sued for injuries she allegedly caused when pulling a friend from a car after an accident. The friend later wanted to sue herhttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/07/fr-butlers-homily-for-15th-sunday-in.html

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