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Reflection: Luke 4:31-37 THE DOME BLOG - September 1, 2015 Tuesday of the 22nd Week in Ordinary Time — Luke 4:31-37 In today's Gospel, Jesus travels to the town of Capernaum in Galilee. When he arrived there, he taught the people. His listeners were astounded at his teaching. As they listened to him, they realized that Jesus was different than any of the teachers they had heard before. Jesus spoke with great authority, authenticity and yet with humility. There was a man in the synagogue that was possessed by ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/09/reflection-luke-431-37.html

I'm Not Being Fed (aka Do You Have the Blahs?) A CATHOLIC NOTEBOOK - September 1, 2015 The impetus for today's post was this article that a protestant friend of mine shared. It reminded me (again) that we are so very blessed to have found the fullness of truth in our Holy Roman Catholic Church. We are so blessed to have the real presence of Jesus at every Mass and at Adoration -- body, blood, soul and divinity . Here is the article (with my comments in red ): Do You Have The Blahs? by Ray Stedman In Mark 8:17, Jesus asked some questions that help combat ...http://catholicnotebook.blogspot.com/2015/09/im-not-being-fed-aka-do-you-have-blahs.html

Reflection: Luke 4:16-30 THE DOME BLOG - August 31, 2015 Monday of the 22nd Week in Ordinary Time — Luke 4:16-30 Today Jesus is in his hometown of Nazareth. It was the Sabbath day and as was his custom he went to the synagogue. When he entered the synagogue, Jesus stood up to read. He was handed the scroll of the prophet Isaiah. He read this passage: "The Spirit of God is upon me because he has anointed me to bring glad tidings to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim liberty to captives and recovery of sight to the blind, ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/08/reflection-luke-416-30.html

Pope: Following Rules Isn't Enough; True Christians Have Purified Hearts ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - August 30, 2015 Pope Francis says that the exhortation Jesus makes in today's Gospel is a warning for today, lest we think that "an exterior observance of the law is sufficient for being a good Christian." The Pope offered this reflection today before praying the midday Angelus with those gathered in St. Peter's Square. He drew...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/Nu4jDUBg5tM/pope-following-rules-isn-t-enough-true-christians-have-purified-hearts

Healing Medicine for Strident Times – A Reflection on a Teaching on the Liturgy From Joseph Ratzinger COMMUNITY IN MISSION - August 30, 2015 ... training ground, not only for our heavenly destination, but also in what it means to be truly human. Read the good Cardinal's reflection; consider carefully what the Pope Emeritus teaches. It will bless your soul. I know it has blessed mine. Here is a song of the heavens: The post Healing Medicine for Strident Times – A Reflection on a Teaching on the Liturgy from Joseph Ratzinger appeared first on Community in Mission ...http://blog.adw.org/2015/08/healing-medicine-for-strident-times/

Reflection: Matthew 25:1-13 THE DOME BLOG - August 28, 2015 Friday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time — Matthew 25:1-13 In the Gospel reading today, Jesus tells his disciples the parable of the Ten Virgins. This is a familiar parable to most of us. The ten virgins took their lamps and went out to await the coming of the bridegroom. Jesus tells us that five of these virgins were foolish and the other five virgins were wise. The custom in the time of Jesus was that the bridegroom typically took off to party with ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/08/reflection-matthew-251-13.html

7 Quick Takes NOTLUKEWARM - August 28, 2015 1. Music I'm lovin' right now and 2. If you live anywhere near the path of Hurricane Erika, you will find today's Gospel particularly worth reading and acting on. If you don't want to read it all or you are not concerned about hurricanes, I'll break it down: Be a wise and be prepared for the storm. Of course, while preparing, continue to pray it breaks up and no one is harmed. 3. I don't like it when people mock decaf coffee. I drink decaf because I like ...http://notlukewarm.blogspot.com/2015/08/7-quick-takes.html

Reflection: Matthew 23:27-32 THE DOME BLOG - August 26, 2015 Wednesday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time — Matthew 23:27-32 Today in the Gospel, Jesus continues his diatribe about the Pharisees. He bluntly calls them hypocrites. He likens them to "whitewashed tombs" which look beautiful but deep within the tombs are nothing but bones and filth. Place yourself in the Pharisees' shoes. How would you react if someone accused you of the depth of hypocrisy that Jesus was accusing the Pharisees of? The Pharisees ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/08/reflection-matthew-2327-32.html

Reflection: Matthew 23:23-26 THE DOME BLOG - August 25, 2015 Tuesday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time — Matthew 23:23-26 Today the opening words of the Gospel are: "Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites!" Once again Jesus does not mince any words with these supposed religious leaders. Jesus criticizes these pious men for tithing but also neglecting the essential aspects of the law: judgment, mercy and fidelity. He scathingly calls the scribes and Pharisees "blind guides" who "strain out the gnat ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/08/reflection-matthew-2323-26.html

Reflection: John 1:45-51 THE DOME BLOG - August 24, 2015 Monday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time, Feast of St. Bartholomew — John 1:45-51 On this feast of Bartholomew, the Gospel begins with Philip finding Nathanael and telling him: "We have found the one Moses wrote about in the law. The prophets also wrote about this man, Jesus, son of Joseph, from Nazareth." Nathanael's response to Philip's announcement sounds a bit prejudiced. He says to Philip: "Can anything good come from Nazareth?" Apparently Nazareth did not have ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/08/reflection-john-145-51.html

Reflection: John 6:60-69 THE DOME BLOG - August 23, 2015 Sunday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time — John 6:60-69 Today's Gospel reading is a continuation of last Sunday's reading when Jesus tells his listeners that he is "the Bread of Life." This theme is continued today. Jesus says: "I am the living bread come down from heaven. Whoever eats this bread will live forever; and the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world." Did the disciples and his listeners have a clue ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/08/reflection-john-660-69.html

Doctrine, Dissent, and the Eucharist INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - August 23, 2015 "Triumph of the Eucharist" (The Man of Sorrows in Chalice with Two Angels); Artist: Anonymous, Italian, 16th century (www.metmuseum.org) A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for August 23, 2015, the Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time Carl E. Olson Readings: Jos 24:1-2a, 15-17, 18b 
Ps 34:2-3, 16-17, 18-19, 20-21 
Eph 5:21-32 or 5:2a, 25-32
 Jn 6:60-69 "Through the centuries," notes Fr. James T. O'Connor in The Hidden Manna: A Theology of the Eucharist ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/08/doctrine-dissent-and-the-eucharist.html

To Whom Shall We Go? THE WORD FOR THE WORLD - August 22, 2015 21 ST SUNDAY ORDINARY TIME – B John 6:60-69 After four Sundays, we have now come to the conclusion of chapter 6 in John's Gospel which is a theological reflection on Jesus as the Bread of Life. It started with a miracle that was witnessed by five thousand people, who after eating their fill, wanted to make Jesus their king. Jesus offered them something greater than their earthly desires but all they wanted was to satisfy their physical hunger. The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/KJEIY/~3/dTryPu6Solg/to-whom-shall-we-go.html

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time HOMILETIC DIAKONIA - August 22, 2015 ... emotionally and physically abusive relationships. Yet these are also the words of sacred Scripture. In our struggle to hear these words as good news, we might begin by putting it into historical context: Paul lived in the first century, and what he says about husbands and wives presumes the conventional Greco-Roman household structure of that time, including the patriarchal preeminence of the man. In other words, Paul was a man of his day and we should not expect him to reflect all of our ...http://homileticdiakonia.blogspot.com/2015/08/21st-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

Thirteenth Sunday After Pentecost 1863 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - August 22, 2015 . 23 SUNDAY Thirteenth after Pentecost. St Philip Benizi, Confessor, double. Second prayers and Last Gospel of the Sunday. White . First Vespers of St Bartholomew with commemoration only of the feast of St Philip. 24 M onday . (Feast of Devotion) St BARTHOLOMEW, Apostle, double of the second class. Creed . Preface of the Apostles . Red . [In Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle second prayers for the Bishop.] 25 Tue sday . St Louis, King Confessor, semidouble. Second prayers ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2015/08/thirteenth-sunday-after-pentecost-1863.html

It's "Worth Revisiting Wednesday - Do You Really Want to Get Well? HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - August 19, 2015 ... (Image source: Wikimedia Commons ) Did you notice in [today's] Gospel (John 5:1-16) that the paralytic did not answer Jesus' question: "Do you want to get well?" Instead, he complained and whined about the injustice of not having anyone to put him into the healing waters of the pool once they were "stirred up". In not answering the specific question posed to him, this paralyzed man was much like many of us. One of the most difficult things I could get my ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/08/its-worth-revisiting-wednesday-do-you.html

Learning How to Read GETTING TO THE POINT - August 18, 2015 ... no real deep analysis, no real encounter with the other through the miraculous medium of the written word. Well, this doesn't work one little bit for the Bible. God's Word is not a consumer product that we can use and discard. God's Word is not a listicle, a blog post, a tweet, a status update to scroll past. And when we treat it that way, we do ourselves deep harm, as we have the illusion that we have 'read the Bible' without ever really reading it at all. Many of the Internet Atheists who ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2015/08/learning-how-to-read.html

You Are Who You Eat: "Let Christ Be Eaten..." INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - August 16, 2015 Detail from "Institution of the Eucharist" (1441) by Fra Angelico (www.wikiart.org) You are Who you eat: "Let Christ be eaten..." A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for August 16, 2015, the Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Carl E. Olson Readings: • Prv 9:1-6 • Ps 34:2-3, 4-5, 6-7 • Eph 5:15-20 • Jn 6:51-58 "You are," my mother—like most other mothers—used to tell me, "what you eat," "You are Who you eat," says my Mother, the Church, ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/08/you-are-who-you-eat-let-christ-be-eaten.html

Blessed Are You Blog Tour SPIRITUAL WOMAN - August 14, 2015 Blessed are You: Finding Inspiration from our Sisters in Faith by Melanie Rigney examines each of the beatitudes from the Gospel of Matthew and offers the example of four female saints or blesseds who put that beatitude into practice. Living the beatitudes are "a way to follow Jesus. They lay out an exceedingly difficult way to live," but these women show us that it is doable. Also, the beatitudes are in the present tense." Rigney reminds us that the beatitudes are in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/VAdIvfILsX4/blessed-are-you-blog-tour.html

Eat My Flesh and Drink My Blood THE WANDERING FRIAR - August 14, 2015 As I promised in my last blog post I will offer a reflection on the Eucharistic dimensions of John 6. As Catholics we believe that the bread and wine of the Eucharist are truly the Body and Blood of Christ. In this Sunday's Gospel from John 6 Jesus tells us "Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise him on the last day. For my flesh is real food and my blood is real drink." (Jn 6:54-55). there are several ...http://frjohnsblog.blogspot.com/2015/08/eat-my-flesh-and-drink-my-blood.html

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