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Reflection for the 13th Week in Ordinary Time, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - June 29, 2016 http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-for-13th-week-in-ordinary_29.html

Reflection: Matthew 8:23-27 THE DOME BLOG - June 28, 2016 Tuesday of the 13th Week in Ordinary Time – Matthew 8:23-27 Today's Gospel is a familiar story: it is the story of the storm at sea. The disciples were out fishing on the sea. Suddenly, a severe storm came up and the disciples became frightened. Despite the fact that several of the disciples were experienced fishermen, they were terrified. The storm was ferocious and waves were beginning to swamp their boat. Unbelievably, Jesus remained sound asleep ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-matthew-823-27.html

Novena of Reparation, Day 8 NUNBLOG - June 28, 2016 ... and merciful "neighbors" to those wounded and left on the side of the road. Reflection : The Letter to the Romans is Paul's masterpiece. In it, he carefully (and prudently!) engages with questions he knew were vital to that community with so many Jewish believers who had already suffered exile for the sake of Christ. He spoke respectfully of the patriarchs, of the rite of circumcision, and of the Exodus, and even said that he would willingly be "anathema" himself if it helped ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/06/novena-of-reparation-day8.html

Reflection: Matthew 8:18-22 THE DOME BLOG - June 27, 2016 Monday of the 13 th Week in Ordinary Time – Matthew 8:18-22 Today's gospel passage from Matthew is very similar to the gospel reading that we heard yesterday from Luke. Once again, people seem very enthusiastic about following Jesus "wherever he goes," but they place conditions on their discipleship. The second person, in particular, places limits on when he will follow Jesus. He tells Jesus, "Lord, let me go first and bury my ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-matthew-818-22.html

Novena of Reparation, Day 7 NUNBLOG - June 27, 2016 http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/06/novena-of-reparation-day-7.html

Sunday Reflection REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - June 26, 2016 In today's Gospel, Jesus makes it clear that to follow Him means leaving all and "foxes have dens and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to rest his head." This has always seemed to call me to make a home in my heart for Jesus and invite Him to come and rest there. Then, so often when Jesus again invites us to "follow Him", we find we are making excuses; we are too busy now, this duty is waiting for us, etc. Yet, we will be able ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2016/06/sunday-reflection.html

Reflection on Mass Readings for 13th Sunday, Cycle C DOMINICAN NUNS IRELAND - June 26, 2016 1st Reading : 1Kings 19:16; 19-21 Responsorial Psalm : Psalm 15 2nd Reading : Gal 5:1;13-18 Gospel : Luke 9:51-62 The readings for today's liturgy are very challenging as well as also being inspiring and encouraging. Their message could be summed up in the opening prayer of the Mass which reads: "O God who through the grace of adoption, chose us to be children of light, grant that we may not be wrapped in the darkness of error but always be seen to stand in ...http://dominicannunsireland.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-on-mass-readings-for-13th.html

Reflection: Luke 9:51-62 THE DOME BLOG - June 26, 2016 The 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Luke 9:51-62 The opening words of this Gospel are: "Not long before it was time for Jesus was to be taken up into heaven, He decided to go to Jerusalem." Jesus sent His messengers on ahead of Him to Jerusalem so that they could prepare for his arrival. As Jesus traveled up to Jerusalem, there were people who refused to welcome Him. When James and John saw this happening, they were extremely angry. They turned to Jesus and asked: ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-luke-951-62.html

Novena of Reparation, Day 6 NUNBLOG - June 26, 2016 http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/06/novena-of-reparation-day-6.html

Reflection for the 13th Week in Ordinary Time, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - June 26, 2016 Monday – Forgetting God In today's psalm, God seems rather hard on people who forget Him: "Consider this, you who forget God, lest I rend you and there be no one to rescue you." We might think this somewhat harsh. Humans tend to be distracted, after all. Many things catch and hold our attention, and it's hard to remember everything we're supposed to be doing. This, of course, is no excuse. God is our Creator and Father. He keeps us in existence at every moment of ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-for-13th-week-in-ordinary.html

Novena of Reparation, Day 5 NUNBLOG - June 25, 2016 ... is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious, excellent and praiseworthy" (Phil 4:8)? Daily Offering : Father, In union with all those who today celebrate the Eucharistic memorial of Christ's suffering, death and resurrection, I offer myself with Jesus for the conversion of those who have spread error, violence, or disregard for the dignity of the person by using wrongly media and rejecting the teaching of Christ ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/06/novena-of-reparation-day-5.html

Reflection: Luke 1:57-66, 80 THE DOME BLOG - June 24, 2016 The Nativity of St. John the Baptist – Luke 1:57-66, 80 Today we celebrate the solemn feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist. Naturally, the Gospel reading is the story of John's birth and naming. Elizabeth had longed for a child for many years. However, it was not to be. Now at an older age, Elizabeth and Zechariah finally received a great gift from God: the birth of a son, John. After John was born, the relatives of Elizabeth and Zechariah ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-luke-157-66-80.html

Reflection: Matthew 7:21-29 THE DOME BLOG - June 23, 2016 Thursday, of the 12th Week in Ordinary Time – Matthew 7:21-29 Today Jesus tells us that it is not enough to ask to enter the kingdom of heaven. We need to be women and men who truly do the will of God. This is the single criterion on which we will be judged. How do we discern what God's will is? We will not find our answer on the Internet, in a book, and maybe not even in church. Rather, we will find the answer by listening to Jesus' words, not just once but every ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-matthew-721-29.html

Reflection: Matthew 7:15-20 THE DOME BLOG - June 22, 2016 Wednesday of the 12th Week in Ordinary Time – Matthew 7:15-20 This Gospel reading begins on a sobering note. Jesus instructs His disciples: "Beware of false prophets, who are disguised as sheep but inwardly are wolves who come to harm you. You can recognize that they are wolves by their motives and actions. Jesus then uses a different image. He tells us that no one can get grapes, figs or any fruit from a thorn bush. A good tree is unable to produce bad fruit and a ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-matthew-715-20.html

Novena of Reparation, Day 2 NUNBLOG - June 22, 2016 http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/06/novena-of-reparation-day-2.html

Reflection for the 12th Week in Ordinary Time, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - June 22, 2016 Thursday – Rock and Sand In today's Gospel, Jesus compares a house built on rock to a house built on sand. The house built on rock possesses a firm foundation. The wind can blow, and the sea can rise, but the house isn't going anywhere. It's steady and solid and able to withstand the worst. The house built on sand, on the other hand, has no solid foundation. When the wind slams into it or the sea rises around it, it has no defense, no means of ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-for-12th-week-in-ordinary_22.html

Reflection: Matthew 7:6, 12-14 THE DOME BLOG - June 21, 2016 Tuesday of the 12th Week in Ordinary Time – Matthew 7:6, 12-14 In today's gospel passage, Jesus uses an image that most of us have never used in our lives. Jesus tells his disciples, "Do not give to dogs what is holy and do not throw your pearls before swine, or they will trample them underfoot and tear you to pieces." Then Jesus moves into a more positive message. He instructs his disciples to treat others as they want others to treat them. ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-matthew-76-12-14.html

Reflection: Luke 9:18-24 THE DOME BLOG - June 19, 2016 The 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Luke 9:18-24 In the Gospel for this 12th Sunday in Ordinary time, Jesus had gone to a quiet place to pray. After a time, the disciples came looking for Him. Jesus asked them: "What are the people saying about me?" The disciples gave Him several versions of what they had heard the people say. "Some say that you are John the Baptist or perhaps you are Elijah or a prophet from of old who has come back to life." Then Jesus looked at ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-luke-918-24.html

Reflection: Matthew 6:24-34 THE DOME BLOG - June 18, 2016 Saturday of the 11th Week in Ordinary Time – Matthew 6:24-34 Matthew's Gospel today begins with a very strong statement: "No one can serve two masters." Now, take a moment and calculate how many masters you strive to serve in one day's time. (Note: a master does not have to be human.) How many masters do you have? Who and what are your masters? It may be helpful to write these down. A master can be anything or anyone. Today, cell ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-matthew-624-34.html

Reflection: Matthew 6:7-15 THE DOME BLOG - June 16, 2016 Thursday of the 11th Week in Ordinary Time – Matthew 6:7-15 Today's gospel reading begins with Jesus telling his disciples that they should not babble their prayers like the pagans do. The pagans may think that more words are better and they may hope that many words will bring them a favorable response from their gods. Jesus then teaches his disciples how to pray. He teaches them the simple yet profound prayer: the Our Father. This is a prayer we ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-matthew-67-15.html

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