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26th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME. The Rich Man and the Poor Man. GLORIA OLIVAE - September 26, 2016 1. Dives and Lazarus. Scriptures usually does not mention the names of people who go to hell but mentions those who go to heaven. Thus the Gospel mentions Lazarus but does not give the name of the rich man. Tradition just gave him the name Dives. Though all through the Gospel he is referred to as 'the rich man.' The Gospel described a rich man and the poor man named Lazarus. The rich man was enjoying himself feasting while Lazarus, full ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_09_01_archive.html#182986501463240202

Lazaruses All Around Us. Ignore Them and Go to Hell (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - September 25, 2016 This Gospel is pretty clear in what it tells us about God's expectations about how we respond to the needs of those who are poor and suffering. The question of how we care for the poorest and neediest – for all the Lazaruses around us – has a pretty wide application. Our parish St. Vincent de Paul group is sponsoring a food drive, for example. Obvious application. And in terms of those who are poor and abandoned, how can anyone with a conscience not see how ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/09/lazaruses-all-around-us-ignore-them-and.html

Reflection: Luke 16:19-31 THE DOME BLOG - September 25, 2016 The 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 16:19-31 Today's Gospel is the story of Lazarus and the rich man. This is another story we are very familiar with. Lazarus is a poor man whose body was covered with sores. Lazarus begged right outside the door of a rich man's house. The rich man always dressed in fine clothing and ate only the finest food. And even though Lazarus was present outside the rich man's house, day in and day out, the rich man ignored Lazarus. These two men ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/09/reflection-luke-1619-31.html

Year C Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Καθολικός διάκονος - September 25, 2016 Readings: Amos 6:1a.4-7; Ps 146:7-10; 1 Tim 6:11-16; Luke 16:19-31 Through these weeks of Ordinary Time, we continue our journey in St. Luke's Gospel with Jesus from Galilee to Jerusalem. The word "Ordinary" in "Ordinary Time" does not mean ho-hum. It is not used to contrast it with "extraordinary time," such as Easter, Christmas, Lent and Advent. It is derived from the word ordinal. Ordinal refers to the position of something in a series. During Ordinary Time we track time ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/09/year-c-twenty-sixth-sunday-in-ordinary.html

The Sin of 'Neglect' FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - September 25, 2016 ... number 1 position—or to neglect Jesus entirely. 3. Neglecting to teach children how to put the Lord first in their lives and how to set their priorities properly. This is a form of sinful neglect that we have to face every year in our religious education program. Every CCD director will tell you how frustrating it is to deal with certain parents, who attach a greater importance to their children's involvement in sports and dance and other extra-curricular activities than they do to their ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2016/09/the-sin-of-neglect.html

Homily for September 25 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - September 25, 2016 ... Jesus. And he has come to tell us, today, that we can't risk 'being satisfied and complacent in responding to the poor, to those in need - wherever they may be! There is no measure of distance that relieves us of our responsibility for those in need. And indeed, while the poor may not fall on our doorsteps, the poor are close to us, right here in town. The Holy Family St. Vincent de Paul Society is a group of parishioners who respond to calls Holy Family Parish receives from those in need, ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/09/homily-for-september-25.html

WORD for THIS Weekend! A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - September 24, 2016 ... of this Sunday's readings here along with commentary on them. Escorting children to Mass this weekend? Check here for hints on helping children prepare to the the Word of the Lord. The first lesson, from the prophet Amos, gets right to the point: "Woe to you who are complacent, stretched out comfortably on your sofas, eating well, listening to music, having a few drinks and dousing yourself in expensive perfumes, lotions and after-shave! Your good times are about to end and ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/09/word-for-this-weekend.html

For Love of God or Money: The Dishonest Steward in Marriage & Divorce ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - September 24, 2016 Last Sunday's Gospel is one of my least favorite. It just doesn't seem to make sense. You have a dishonest steward, caught in his dishonesty, who then is fired but allowed to keep working for a short while. In that short while, he calls in the master's debtors and writes new promissory notes for reduced amounts and is then commended by the very master who fired him for being dishonest in the first place! Make sense? Yeah, sure. It sounds a ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/09/for-love-of-god-or-money-dishonest.html

Dives and Lazarus, 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS & TALKS - September 24, 2016 Lk 16:19-31 This is the second Sunday in a row that we have heard the Lord Jesus speak to us about money. Last week we heard His warning, "You cannot be the slave both of God and of money". Today, I'm going to speak about Lazarus and the Rich Man, a man tradition calls Dives (" dye-vees ", Latin for 'rich'). First, Lazarus, the poor man begging at the gate. The parable's focus, and sermons on it, usually focus on the Rich Man, but Lazarus himself shows us something. Lazarus ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2016/09/dives-and-lazarus-26th-sunday-in.html

Why Would You Waste Your Life? A FRIAR'S LIFE - September 24, 2016 ... his personal wealth while not lifting a finger for the poor. Pope Francis makes this point in The Joy of the Gospel. He wrote, "How can it be that it is not a news item when an elderly homeless person dies of exposure, but it is news when the stock market loses two points? It cannot be this way. Can we continue to stand by when food is thrown away while people are starving?" I think this is, in part, why God chose to come among us as a poor, homeless person. Have you ever ...http://afriarslife.blogspot.com/2016/09/why-would-you-waste-your-life.html

Pope Francis: Vanity Is Osteoporosis of the Soul CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 24, 2016 ... the daily Mass at the Casa Santa Marta, Pope Francis spoke about vanity, which "masks" life, making it look like something it is not. The Gospel of the day describes King Herod (Antipas) as being perplexed or anxious because, having had John the Baptist killed, he now felt threatened by Jesus. He was worried just as his father, Herod the Great, was troubled after the visit of the Magi. There can be two different kinds of anxiety in the soul, Pope Francis said, a "good" ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/pope-francis-vanity-is-osteoporosis-of.html

Keeps Faith Forever YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - September 24, 2016 ... sake! "THE LORD sets captives free. THE LORD gives sight to the blind: THE LORD raises up those who are bowed down. THE LORD loves the just; THE LORD protects strangers. The fatherless and the widow he sustains, but the way of the wicked he thwarts. THE LORD shall reign forever; your GOD, O Zion, through all generations." Psalm 146:9-10 In this Jubilee Year of MERCY, right through this Election Season, LORD HAVE MERCY. CHRIST HAVE ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/09/keeps-faith-forever.html

Pope: "Greed, Vanity and Pride Are the Root of All Evil" CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 23, 2016 ... Gospel of the day on King Herod's restlessness because, after killing John the Baptist, he felt threatened by Jesus. He was troubled just as his father, Herod the Great, was after the visit of the Magi. "Our soul can be consumed by two types of worry: a good one gifted us by the Holy Spirit, that spurs an anxious soul to do good things" and a "bad worry, one that is born of a guilty conscience". The two Herods resolved their troubles killing, going forward by passing "over the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/pope-greed-vanity-and-pride-are-root-of.html

'If They Do Not Listen to Moses and the Prophets . . .' Sunday Reflections, 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - September 22, 2016 ... Scotland, South Africa) Gospel Luke 16:19-31 ( New Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition , Canada) Jesus said to the disciples: "There was a rich man who was dressed in purple and fine linen and who feasted sumptuously every day. And at his gate lay a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, who longed to satisfy his hunger with what fell from the rich man's table; even the dogs would come and lick his sores. The poor man died and was carried away by the angels to be ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/09/if-they-do-not-listen-to-moses-and.html

Reflection: Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus BIG C CATHOLICS - September 21, 2016 Here is a reflection on this Sunday's Gospel reading from the Gospel of Luke: SCRIPTURE: "There was a rich man who was dressed in purple and fine linen and lived in luxury every day. At his gate was laid a beggar named Lazarus, covered with sores and longing to eat what fell from the rich man's table. Even the dogs came and licked his sores. "The time came when the beggar died and the angels carried him to Abraham's side. The rich man also ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/09/reflection-parable-of-rich-man-and.html

Sermon for the 18th Sunday After Pentecost: The Dark Night of the Soul RORATE CÆLI - September 20, 2016 by Fr. Richard G. Cipolla Parish of St. Mary Norwalk, Connecticut The Seven Corporal Works of Mercy From the Gospel of St. Matthew: " My God, my God, why have you forsaken me". From the Gospel of St. John: "I thirst". Many years ago I tried to read The Story of a Soul by St Thérèse of Lisieux. I was about to enter the Catholic Church and thought I should read this becausehttp://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/07/sermon-for-18th-sunday-after-pentecost.html

Sep 19 - Homily for Today FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - September 19, 2016 ... Christian life, so can we this day! Those who sow in tears shall reap ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2016/09/sep-19-homily-for-today.html

Refuse No One the Good YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - September 19, 2016 ... message. Jesus is here – after all – to turn everything upside down. Money, possessions and more are only there as a way to get people to focus on being in the right kind of relationship with each other. That steward makes amends for his dishonest practices. Isn't it ironic that we have two ears yet hear so little? Isn't it ironic that we have these stories presented to us year after year and still do not hear? Maybe we think there is little modern wisdom to be gained by stories ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/09/refuse-no-one-good.html

Pope Francis Appeals for Prayers for Peace CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 19, 2016 http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/pope-francis-appeals-for-prayers-for.html

Reflection: Luke 16:10-13 THE DOME BLOG - September 18, 2016 The Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 16:10-13 Today's Gospel is a "woe to you" gospel. Jesus is berating the Pharisees for their lack of openness to him and to his message. Even before Jesus began to preach, the Pharisees had tried, judged, and condemned him. Most of us, if not all of us, have a "Pharisee" within us. Judging others seems to be part of our human condition. Often I am not even aware of the judgments I am making about others. It ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/09/reflection-luke-1610-13.html

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