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Reflection: John 12:1-11 THE DOME BLOG - March 30, 2015 Monday of Holy Week – John 12:1-11 Today, Mary of Bethany ministers to Jesus. The Gospel begins as Jesus arrives in Bethany. He has come to visit with Lazarus, Martha and Mary. They had been good friends for years. They gathered around the table to catch up with Jesus. Martha spent most of the day preparing a special meal for Jesus. While they were gathered at the table, Mary approached Jesus with a container of expensive perfumed oil. She knelt at ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/03/reflection-john-121-11.html

The Victory of Justice YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - March 30, 2015 ... Resurrection, we will always have him with us. Literally, though, Jesus is addressing Judas. And the words ring true for Judas the thief and traitor. In today's dinner scene, the roles change very little from the earlier fateful encounters in Bethany. One sister, Martha, remains at service to the body. The other sister, Mary, remains at the feet of the Lord blessing his feet with the oil in service to the spirit. It is in the authentic actions of both that we see through the ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-victory-of-justice-monday-of-holy.html

Reflection: Palm Sunday THE DOME BLOG - March 29, 2015 Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion: Mark 14:1-15, 47 Today we hear Mark's account of Jesus' passion and death. On Good Friday, the Gospel we will hear is from John's Gospel. The story is basically the same but each of the authors has a unique perspective of this horrific day. The Passion of Jesus is most likely etched in our hearts and minds! Most of us will never have to experience what Jesus did. However, we each have had our own version ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/03/reflection-palm-sunday.html

Palm Sunday Reflection...the Last Breath of Christ CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC CORNER - March 29, 2015 ... Scripture verse that just hits us every time we read it or hear it. For me, one such verse was in today's Gospel reading... "Jesus gave a loud cry and breathed his last." [Here all kneel and pause for a short time.] Jesus' last breath ... Can you imagine that exact moment? What do you imagine reading/hearing that? My first thought is that, THAT final sigh of breath must have been the loudest sound heard at that moment. I imagine even the wind stopped blowing ...http://connecticutcatholiccorner.blogspot.com/2015/03/palm-sunday-reflectionthe-last-breath.html

Our Essential Task ~ Bearing Christ to the World CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - March 29, 2015 Palm Sunday Reflection by Fr. Robert Barron Bearing Christ to the World "On this Palm Sunday, I should like to reflect on the Lord Jesus' entrance to Jerusalem. A donkey, an ass, was in Jesus time much what it is today: a humble, simple, unassuming little animal, used by very ordinary people to do their work. The wealthy and powerful might own horses or a team of oxen and a political leader might ride a stately steed, but none of them would have anything to ...http://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2015/03/our-essential-task-bearing-christ-to.html

Palm Sunday: Glory Flows From the Obedience of Selfless Love INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - March 29, 2015 ... Fra Angelico (1410-52) [WikiArt.org] Palm Sunday: Glory flows from the obedience of selfless love Carl E. Olson A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for March 29, 2015 Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion Readings: • Mk 11:1-10 or Jn 12:12-16 • Psa 22:8-9, 17-18, 19-20, 23-24 • Phil 2:6-11 • Mk 14:1—15:47 The readings for Palm Sunday, or Passion Sunday, are dramatic and demanding. They are excruciating in their raw depictions of violence and ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/03/palm-sunday-glory-flows-from-the-obedience-of-selfless-love.html

Reflection: John 11:45-56 THE DOME BLOG - March 28, 2015 John 11:45-56 – Saturday of the 5th Week of Lent As Holy Week unfolds, the tension and drama in the Gospels of Holy Week continues to mount. Today some of the Jews excitedly approach the Pharisees and tell them that Jesus had raised a man (Lazarus) from the dead. Rather than being amazed at this news, it appears that this news was the last straw for the Pharisees. They had had enough of Jesus. They needed to do something about this man, Jesus, who was creating havoc ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/03/reflection-john-1145-56.html

Reflection: John 10:31-42 THE DOME BLOG - March 27, 2015 John 10:31-42 – Friday of the 5th Week of Lent Today's Gospel opens as several of the Jews were picking up stones to cast at Jesus. Jesus does not run or hide. Rather, he turns and confronts them. He asks them which of his good works they were going to stone him for? After all, he simply was doing these good works for his Father. The Jews told Jesus that it was not because of his works they were going to stone him. It was for blasphemy! Although ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/03/reflection-john-1031-42.html

Reflection: Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord THE DOME BLOG - March 25, 2015 Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord Today is a wonderful and uplifting feastday! On this feast of the Annunciation of the Lord, we hear the story of the angel Gabriel appearing to Mary and announcing to her the wondrous and fantastic news that she would bear a child. Not only would she bear a child but this child would be conceived in a very unusual way: through God's divine intervention! Truly, this child would be the Son of God! In St. Luke's Gospel ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/03/reflection-feast-of-annunciation-of-lord.html

Reflection on the Annuciation DAILY PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS - March 25, 2015 If my mother was alive today, it would be her 84th Birthday. It is not just because of her birthday that I am reminded of her today, but her first names were Norah Annunicata. She was given the name Annunicata, as she was born on the feast day of the Annunciation. Today. My mother was taken home to God 24 years ago. She was a simple and prayerful woman, born in Limerick and like many others had to leave the country to find work. Annunicata ...http://prayersandmeditations.com/2015/03/25/reflection-on-the-annuciation/

Reflection on the Annunciation DAILY PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS - March 25, 2015 If my mother was alive today, it would be her 84th Birthday. It is not just because of her birthday that I am reminded of her today, but her first names were Norah Annunicata. She was given the name Annunicata, as she was born on the feast day of the Annunciation. Today. My mother was taken home to God 24 years ago. She was a simple and prayerful woman, born in Limerick and like many others had to leave the country to find work. Annunicata ...http://prayersandmeditations.com/2015/03/25/reflection-on-the-annunciation/

Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord Καθολικός διάκονος - March 25, 2015 Today we observe the event, which happened in time and space, when the Word became flesh in the womb of Miriam of Nazareth. As one might suppose, our liturgical observance of this great mystery takes place nine months to the day before Christmas. At least when used theologically, the term "mystery" does not mean something that is unknown and utterly unknowable. Rather, it means something we know about, if not completely, because God has revealed it to us. Hence, a mystery ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/03/solemnity-of-annunciation-of-lord.html

Pope's Morning Homily: No Mercy, No Justice ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - March 23, 2015 The Word of God makes it clear that only through mercy can true justice can be delivered. This was the reflection given by Pope Francis during his morning Mass at Casa Santa Marta today. According to Vatican Radio, the Holy Father focused on today's readings as well as a different Gospel passage, which presented ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/1sgjyq5VebE/pope-s-morning-homily-no-mercy-no-justice

Reflection: John 8:1-11 THE DOME BLOG - March 23, 2015 Fifth Week of Lent: John 8:1-11 Today's Gospel is Jesus' encounter with the woman who had been caught in adultery. He was teaching in the temple area when the Pharisees come to him, bringing a woman who had been caught in adultery. They placed the woman right in the middle of the crowd. Imagine how this woman felt. What are the emotions you would experience if someone brought you to where there was a crowd of people and then they told these people about all ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/03/reflection-john-81-11.html

Reflection: John 12:20-33 THE DOME BLOG - March 22, 2015 ... of Lent – John 12:20-33 As Holy Week begins to draw near, the Gospels begin to prepare us for the unfolding drama of Holy Week. In the each Gospel this week, there are hints of the drama that will unfold in the days ahead. Today's Gospel begins as some of the Greeks who were in Jerusalem for Passover went to Philip and told him that they would like to see Jesus. The Greeks had recently arrived. How had they heard about Jesus? Had word of ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/03/reflection-john-1220-33.html

Life in Christ; Life to the Full JESUS GOES TO DISNEY WORLD - March 22, 2015 ... dead. This is important. We know nothing of him except that he is Martha and Mary's brother, and that they were good friends of Jesus – and that he is dead. In fact, Jesus is even certain to make sure that the Apostles (and we) know this fact. When they thought that he was just "asleep," So then Jesus said to them clearly, "Lazarus has died." As He approaches the tomb, we see the great love that Jesus has for Lazarus. He weeps along with the mourners, and they recognize this love. Jesus ...http://jesusindisney.blogspot.com/2015/03/life-in-christ-life-to-full.html

Reflection: John 7:40-53 THE DOME BLOG - March 21, 2015 4th Week of Lent – John 7:40-53 Today's Gospel begins in the middle of a dialogue that Jesus was having with the Pharisees. There also was a large crowd of people listening to their discussion. Some of the people truly believed that Jesus was the Prophet. Others believed that He was the Christ. However, there were other people who disputed this claim. After all, Jesus was from Galilee and the Scriptures had prophesied that the Christ would come ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/03/reflection-john-740-53.html

Unless We Become Grains of Wheat... INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - March 21, 2015 "A Field of Wheat" (1878) by Ivan Shishkin [WikiArt.org] Unless we become grains of wheat... A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for March 22, 2015, the Fifth Sunday of Lent Carl E. Olson Readings: • Jer 31:31-34 • Ps 51:3-4, 12-13, 14-15 • Heb 5:7-9 • Jn 12:20-33 "If a tree falls in a forest," goes the philosophical riddle, "and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" In today's Gospel we hear ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/03/unless-we-become-grains-of-wheat.html

Pope Benedict Roundup THE BENEDICT BLOG - March 21, 2015 ... it." At least part of the reason for wanting his new title to simply be "Father" rather than Pope Emeritus or Benedict XVI is to put more space between him and the role of the pope, so that there is no confusion as to who the "true Pope" is, Bremer reported. Varieties of Neopolagianism: Ratzinger's reading of Joseph Peiper - Edmund Waldstein. Sancrucensis 12/15/14: The exercises [in Ratzinger's The Yes of Jesus Christ: Spiritual Exercises in Faith, Hope, and Love ] are based on a close reading ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/PopeBenedictXVIFanClubBlog/~3/uiGHv6tnEx0/pope-benedict-roundup.html

Evangelium Vitae Anniversary Novena REFLECTIONS OF A PARALYTIC - March 20, 2015 ... people started a special novena celebrating the 20th Anniversary of St. JP II's Encyclical Evangelium Vitae (The Gospel of Life) — which is this coming March 25, the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord. The novena started on March 16 (so we are on day five) and includes daily prayers and meditations from the encyclical itself accompanied by the following daily prayer: O Mary bright dawn of the new world, Mother of the living, to you do we entrust the cause of life: ...http://reflectionsofaparalytic.com/?p=11521

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