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Reflection: John 15:26-16:4a THE DOME BLOG - May 2, 2016 Monday of the Sixth Week in Ordinary Time – John 15:26-16:4a This Gospel begins with Jesus telling his disciples that that he will send an Advocate to them from his Father. This Advocate will be the Spirit of Truth and will testify to Jesus. In turn, the disciples will go forth and testify about Jesus to others and to the world. I wonder what the disciples thought when Jesus told them that they would be changing the world by their testimony? Did they think this would ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/05/reflection-john-1526-164a.html

Reflection for the 6th Week of Easter, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - May 1, 2016 ... those appearances are still alive at the time Paul writes, and they can verify his words. 7. Christ appeared to Paul. These are some of the basics of the Christian faith. Jesus Christ really died to save us and rose again. This is a fact confirmed by witnesses. This kerygma is designed to spark faith in people. When that spark is kindled, it can grow into a flame that leads to deeper knowledge (i.e., of Christ's divinity, the Trinity, etc.) and to the sacraments, in which believers receive ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/05/reflection-for-6th-week-of-easter-part-1.html

Reflection: John 15:18-21 THE DOME BLOG - April 30, 2016 Saturday of the Fifth Week of Easter — John 15:18-21 This Gospel's opening words are a bit startling. Jesus once again is talking with his disciples about the world. He tells them: "If the world hates you, understand that it hated me first." In this passage, Jesus is using the word "world" to describe the people who reject Him and who will persecute Jesus and his followers. Jesus also tells the disciples that they do not belong to the world. Most likely, the world ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-1518-21.html

Reflection: John 15:9-11 THE DOME BLOG - April 28, 2016 Thursday of the Fifth Week of Easter - John 15:9-11 This Gospel is very brief: only 3 verses. Yet it is a powerful and loving reading. Jesus tells us that He loves us as deeply as His Father loves Him. Think about that for moment. Who are the people you love most deeply: your spouse, your children, your parents, or a very good friend? Now choose one person you care deeply about and ask yourself: What does that person mean to me? What are the gifts he or she shares with ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-159-11.html

Reflection for the 5th Week of Easter, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - April 27, 2016 Thursday – Joy In today's Gospel, Jesus desires that His joy may be in His disciples and that their joy may be complete. His longing extends to us, too. Jesus wants us to be joyful, filled with joy, a joy that He provides, a joy that is complete. Many of us, however, often feel anything but joyful. We are harried, depressed, anxious, and stressed. Joy seems to play little, if any, part in our lives. How, then, do we become the joyful people that ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-for-5th-week-of-easter-part-2.html

Reflection: Mark 16:15-20 THE DOME BLOG - April 25, 2016 Feast of St. Mark – Mark 16:15-20 Today Jesus appears to His disciples. His message today is to empower them to go forth into the whole world and proclaim the Gospel. Jesus tells them that if a person believes, that one will be saved. If someone chooses not to believe, they will be condemned. How harsh this sounds! Jesus then tells them that if a person believes, they will have the ability to speak new languages and drive out ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-mark-1615-20.html

Reflection: John 13:31-33a, 34-35 THE DOME BLOG - April 24, 2016 Fifth Sunday of Easter - John 13:31-33a, 34-35 Today John weaves together a variety of images of earth and heaven. John talks about the person who is earthly and who speaks of earthly things. Then John writes that the One who comes from heaven reigns above all. Of course, John is writing about Jesus. John then reiterates that Jesus is "the One above all." Jesus testifies to the truth. However, John also writes that no one accepts Jesus' testimony. If we do believe in Jesus ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-1331-33a-34-35.html

Reflection for the 5th Week of Easter, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - April 24, 2016 Monday – Cast All Your Worries In today's first reading, St. Peter invites us to "Cast all your worries upon Him because He cares for you." This is probably one of the most important things we can ever do, but do we actually accept God's invitation? Do we place our worries in His hands and leave them there? Let's look more closely at what this means. The Greek verb for "cast" is epiriptō. It literally means to throw something upon someone, to get rid of something, ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-for-5th-week-of-easter-part-1.html

Reflection: John 14:7-14 THE DOME BLOG - April 23, 2016 Saturday of the 4th Week of Easter – John 14:7-14 This week we have had continuous readings from the Gospel of John. In today's gospel passage, Jesus is telling his disciples that if they know him, they also know his Father. Jesus then tells them that when they see Him, they also see his Father. Philip then speaks up and asks Jesus to show them his Father and then they will believe in what Jesus is saying. Jesus is deeply ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-147-14.html

Reflection: John 13:16-20 THE DOME BLOG - April 21, 2016 Thursday of the Fourth Week of Easter – John 13:16-20 Today's Gospel is a continuation of yesterday's Gospel. Jesus realizes that his time on this earth is very limited. He needs to prepare the disciples for his departure. Jesus wants his disciples to continue his ministry. He desires that they serve one another, even if it means washing each other's dirty, dusty feet. They are to do what Jesus has done. Jesus taught them, served them ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-1316-20.html

Reflection: John 12:44-50 THE DOME BLOG - April 20, 2016 Wednesday of the Fourth Week of Easter – John 12:44-50 The words in today's Scripture passage are from the section of John's Gospel that describes Jesus' arrival in Jerusalem. Jesus had come to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover. In the preceding verses, Jesus was preparing his disciples for what would happen to him in the next few days. He told them that whoever believed in him also must believe in the One who sent him. Then Jesus said that his ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-1244-50.html

Reflection: John 10:22-30 THE DOME BLOG - April 19, 2016 Tuesday of the Fourth Week of Easter – John 10:22-30 The setting for today's Gospel is the Temple. Jesus was in the Portico of Solomon and several Jews gathered around him and asked: "How long will you keep us in suspense? Tell us who you are! Are you the Christ?" They desperately wanted to hear Jesus to say to them: "Yes, I am the Christ." Jesus did not do as they asked. Rather, he said to them (perhaps in an exasperated way): "I have already told ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-1022-30.html

Listening Sheep: Mass Reading Reflection John 10: 22-30 HUMBLEPIETY - April 19, 2016 "The sheep that belong to me listen to my voice; I know them and they follow me. I give them eternal life;" These words are taken from the gospel, from chapter 10 of John proclaimed at the Mass today. Sheep are social creatures, with a tendency for flocking together, they have excellent hearing too, sometimes the wool may grow so wild that it can impede the hearing. Sheep listen to the voice of the one who feeds them, who cares for them, who looks out for ...http://humblepiety.blogspot.com/2016/04/listening-sheep-mass-reading-refection.html

Reflection: John 10:27-30 THE DOME BLOG - April 17, 2016 Fourth Sunday of Easter - John 10:27-30 The Gospel on this fourth Sunday of Easter is short and sweet. Jesus says: "My sheep hear my voice; I know them, and they follow me. I will give them eternal life and they will never perish." Jesus then adds: "My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all. No one can take them from my Father's hand." Jesus then says: "The Father and I are one." Do you hear Jesus' voice? If so, how do you experience his voice? How do you ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-1027-30.html

Reflection: John 6:60-69 THE DOME BLOG - April 16, 2016 Saturday of the Third week of Easter — John 6:60-69 Today Gospel is the completion of the Gospel we read yesterday. John writes: "Many of Jesus' disciples heard Jesus speak and they said to one another: "This is too hard for us to understand." Jesus realized that his disciples were grumbling to one another and he questioned his followers. Finally Jesus asked them: "Does this bother you?" He then said to them: "What if you see the Son ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-660-69.html

Reflection: John 6:52-59 THE DOME BLOG - April 15, 2016 Friday of the Third Week of Easter – John 6:52-59 Today's Gospel is a continuation of yesterday's Gospel. After listening to Jesus preach to the people, the Jews began to argue among themselves. How could Jesus possibly give them his flesh to eat? This was ridiculous, and was not at all appealing. Who would even think of eating human flesh? Jesus then tells the people that they will not have life within if they do not eat his flesh ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-652-59.html

Our Continuing Mission A CATHOLIC CITIZEN IN AMERICA - April 10, 2016 ... sea of Tiberius. The seven are fishing. This story is a reprise of a similar incident recorded earlier in which the disciples were also fishing. Then, they had caught nothing. In each case, Jesus instructs the disciples were to fish ... and result is an astonishing large catch. In the first instance, Jesus used the catch to tell the disciples that they would become "fishers of men." They would bring into the reign of God those who would follow the Lord. The disciples left everything to follow ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ACatholicCitizenInAmerica/~3/wF01bIMjazs/our-continuing-mission.html

Reflection: John 21:1-14 THE DOME BLOG - April 10, 2016  Third Sunday of Easter — John 21:1-14 The opening scene of this Gospel took place at the Sea of Tiberias. Simon Peter and several other disciples were walking along the shore of the sea. After a while, Peter decided to go fishing. He was tired of doing nothing. Was he also hoping that Jesus would appear once again and he was tired of waiting? Perhaps he thought that the fishing would distract him. It would be better than simply waiting. Peter told the other ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-211-14_10.html

Reflection: John 6:16-21 THE DOME BLOG - April 9, 2016 Saturday of the 2nd Week of Easter – John 6:16-21 In today's gospel we hear about a storm at sea. As evening drew near, Jesus' disciples went down to the shore, and got in their boat to cross over to Capernaum. It was dusk, and before long it would be dark. The disciples were anxious to get to Capernaum. As they began rowing, the skies grew increasingly cloudy and threatening. The wind kept getting stronger. After they had rowed several miles, they saw ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-616-21.html

Reflection: John 6:1-15 THE DOME BLOG - April 8, 2016 Friday of the 2nd Week of Easter – John 6:1-15 Today we hear the familiar Gospel of the multiplications of the loaves and the fishes. When Jesus decided to cross over to the other side of the Sea of Galilee, many people followed him. They had seen the signs that Jesus had performed and they were awestruck and intrigued. They desired to know more about Jesus. When Jesus arrived at the shore, he went up on a mountain and sat down with his disciples. ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/04/reflection-john-61-15.html

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