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Tuesday 2nd Week of Lent Year B Reflection HUMBLEPIETY - March 2, 2015 listen to 'Tuesday 2nd week of Lent Year B Reflection' on audioBoom (function() { var po = document.createElement("script"); po.type = "text/javascript"; po.async = true; po.src = "https://d15mj6e6qmt1na.cloudfront.net/cdn/embed.js"; var s = document.getElementsByTagName("script")[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(po, s); })(); Isaiah 1:10,16-20 Hear the word of the Lord, you rulers of Sodom; listen to the command of our God, you people of Gomorrah. 'Wash, make yourselves ...http://humblepiety.blogspot.com/2015/03/tuesday-2nd-week-of-lent-year-b.html

Reflection: Mark 9:2-10 THE DOME BLOG - March 1, 2015 http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/03/reflection-mark-92-10.html

Reflection: Matthew 5:43-48 THE DOME BLOG - February 28, 2015 First Week of Lent – Matthew 5:43-48 Jesus uses extremely strong language in today's Gospel. He is talking with his disciples and he hits them right where they live. He instructs his disciples that they are to love their enemies. Jesus is being completely countercultural. The culture that Jesus lived in was extremely violent. They nailed criminals to the cross and imposed many other cruel punishments. True, in our culture we also punish criminals with the death ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-matthew-543-48.html

Reflection: Matthew 5:20-26 THE DOME BLOG - February 27, 2015 First Week of Lent – Matthew 5:20-26 In today's Gospel Jesus is talking about holding onto grudges, anger, hurt and perhaps even hate. I assume that most of us do not hate someone. However, I am sure that all of us have dealt with grudges, anger, hurt and jealousy at various times in our lives. These are emotions that we all have. They are "part and parcel" of being human. Do we always like these emotions? Most likely not! Yet, these emotions that we may consider ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-matthew-520-26.html

A Congress to Commemorate the First Mass in Italian Celebrated by Blessed Paul VI VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - February 27, 2015 ... Italian in history in the parish of Ognissanti (All Saints), Rome. "Today we inaugurate the new form of Liturgy in all the parishes and churches of the world, for all the Masses followed by the people. It is a great event, that shall be remembered as the beginning of a flourishing spiritual life, as a new effort to participate in the great dialogue between God and man". Fifty years on, to commemorate this historic date, Pope Francis will preside at a Eucharistic celebration ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-congress-to-recall-first-mass-in.html

Reflection: Matthew 7:7-12 THE DOME BLOG - February 26, 2015 First Week of Lent – Matthew 7:7-12 Jesus continues His teaching of the disciples today. He begins by instructing them to "ask." Jesus promises that if we ask, we will find what we are seeking for. He continues by saying that if we ask, it will be given to us and if we knock, the door will be opened for us! "Asking" is not always easy for many human beings. Most of us are pretty independent and perhaps at times, too independent. The phrase or thought: "I can do it ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-matthew-77-12.html

Lenten Reflection: Going Within to Live Without! FRANCISCAN LIFE - February 26, 2015 http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2015/02/lenten-reflection-going-within-to-live.html

Reflection: Luke 11:29-32 THE DOME BLOG - February 25, 2015 First Week of Lent – Luke 11:29-32 The opening sentence of today's Gospel may grab your attention. Jesus is telling the crowd that the current generation is an evil generation. He goes on to tell them what will happen in the future — and the forecast is not favorable! In fact, I assume Jesus' words may have been frightening and forbidding to His listeners! Or is Jesus simply hoping to get the crowd's attention? Is He hoping that they will listen attentively to ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-luke-1129-32.html

Reflection: Matthew 6:7-15 THE DOME BLOG - February 24, 2015 First Week of Lent — Matthew 6:7-15 In today's Gospel, Jesus is teaching His disciples how to pray. He begins by telling them that words alone are not sufficient. I know well that I say prayers at times, yet I am not fully present to what I am doing. Yes, I am praying the words but my mind may be miles away! One of the gifts of the prayers such as the Our Father and Hail Mary is that I can pray them very easily. They are ingrained in my being. I learned them at a ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-matthew-67-15.html

Retreat Postscript A BIT OF THE BLARNEY - February 23, 2015 Today is the day after...I've been on a high. Yes, a high. The two days at Saint Meinrad Archabbey each year are something I really look forward to. Most years the weather is conducive to long walks and quiet. But this year there was ice, sleet and snow, there was no walk around the lake or reflection at the Grotto. You know, I did have time for quiet alone at the Abby Church, the guest house chapel and sitting quietly in the reading room watching ...http://bit-of-blarney.blogspot.com/2015/02/retreat-postscript.html

Reflection: Matthew 25:31-46 THE DOME BLOG - February 23, 2015 First Week of Lent – Matthew: 25:31-46 Today Jesus is talking with his disciples about the future: the time when the "Son of Man will come in glory." He is telling them that everyone on earth will be gathered together and He will separate the peoples, as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. The sheep will have a privileged place on his right hand and the goats will be on his left. To the sheep, Jesus will affirm their care and concern for the poor, the lost ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-matthew-2531-46.html

Lent, Time for Spiritual Battle Against Evil VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - February 23, 2015 ... forty days Jesus spent in the desert after his baptism in the river Jordan, was the subject of the Pope's reflection before this Sunday's Angelus prayer with the faithful gathered in St. Peter's Square. On the first Sunday of Lent, Francis explained that during these forty days of solitude in which Jesus prepared himself to announce the Gospel of the Kingdom of God, he "faces Satan 'body to body', he unmasks his temptations and is victorious. And in Him we all win, but it is ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/02/lent-time-for-spiritual-battle-against.html

Reflection: Mark 1:12-14 THE DOME BLOG - February 22, 2015 First Sunday of Lent – Mark 1:12-15 Today's Gospel is only a few lines long. It is only 4 verses from the 1st Chapter of Mark's Gospel. The Gospel has a stark beginning. Mark writes that Jesus was driven into the desert by the Spirit. As we know, Jesus stayed in the desert for 40 days. What was that time like for Jesus? Was it a spiritually dry time? Or was there a clear sense of God's presence to Jesus? It had to have been an extremely ascetical experience. Jesus ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-mark-112-14.html

Reading Advent in Lent VOX NOVA - February 22, 2015 ... the past, I get an email from Daily Gospel Online that contains the daily mass readings and a short reflection tied to them. A number of times I have posted these reflections here. The problem, however, is that it is easy for me to get behind. Previously, I have fallen a few days, a week, or even two weeks behind. In those cases, by an act of will I was able to get caught up, as it were binging on the gospel. Over the past 6-8 months, however, I managed to fall disastrously ...http://vox-nova.com/2015/02/22/reading-advent-in-lent/

The True Rainbow in the Sky – A Reflection on the Readings of the First Sunday of Lent ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON - February 21, 2015 On the first Sunday of Lent, the readings have a very baptismal theme. It makes sense, for it is common on this Sunday that the catechumens report to the Bishop for the Rite of Election, wherein they are recognized as elect (chosen) of God in these final weeks before their baptism. In today's readings, there are many […]http://blog.adw.org/2015/02/the-true-rainbow-in-the-sky-a-reflection-on-the-readings-of-the-first-sunday-of-lent/

Reflection: Luke 5:27-32 THE DOME BLOG - February 21, 2015 Saturday after Ash Wednesday – Luke 5:27-32 Today we hear the familiar story of the tax collector, Levi. He was sitting at the customs post. Jesus came by and spoke to him. He invited Levi (whom I assume he didn't really know) to follow him. On the spur of the moment, Levi got up, walked away from the customs post and followed Jesus. Levi must have been fairly wealthy. He hosted a great banquet for Jesus at his home. Naturally Levi had invited his friends, many of ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-luke-527-32.html

Reflection: Matthew 9:14-15 THE DOME BLOG - February 20, 2015 Friday after Ash Wednesday – Matthew 9:14-15 This is another very short Gospel reading. Today John's disciples come to Jesus and ask him why he and his disciples don't fast as John and the Pharisees do. Jesus does not answer their question directly. Rather he uses the metaphor of a wedding. Jesus tells them that at a wedding, the guests do not mourn while the bridegroom is still in their presence. The time for fasting is when the bridegroom is "taken away." Then it ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-matthew-914-15.html

Monday, February 23, 2015 FR. CARMEN MELE, O.P.: TODAY'S HOMILETTE - February 20, 2015 ... reverence him when they serve the needy. The poor surround us. They are not necessarily begging on street corners. They may be serving us breakfast or cutting our lawn. We must not look pass them. Quite the contrary we need to see in them a reflection of Jesus. In a way like taking the body and blood in the Eucharist, meeting their needs provides access to eternal ...http://cbmdominicanpreacher.blogspot.com/2015/02/monday-february-23-2015.html

Reflection: A Positive Look at Lent! FRANCISCAN LIFE - February 20, 2015 ... started looking on You Tube for a Lenten hymn to use for this blog post, the first one I found was Ricky Manalo's "In These Days of Lenten Journey." When I listened to it, I thought I could hear God say, "You know, Ann Marie, some days you might be just a wee bit dense so I have to send my messages in multiple forms!" I guess that's what conversion is all about!! And finally--a bit of poetry that I think captures the idea of both conversion and the willingness to step out and take steps for ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflection-positive-look-at-lent.html

Pope's Morning Homily: 'One Can Gain Everything and Still Be a Failure" ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - February 19, 2015 Christians are faced with one choice: to choose the path that leads either to life or death. This was Pope Francis' reflection today during his morning Mass at Casa Santa Marta. The Holy Father drew his homily from the first reading from the Book of Deuteronomy, in which Moses tells the people of Israel: "Today I...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/fa55tCjTZ6E/pope-s-morning-homily-one-can-gain-everything-and-still-be-a-failure

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