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Homily G-MANS JOURNEY - February 19, 2017 Today's First Reading from Chapter 19 of the Book of Leviticus teaches us that the spirit of charity makes it impossible for the spirits of enmity, revenge, and grudge bearing to dwell within us. Charity requires that fraternal correction be made when necessary. If the spirits of enmity, revenge and grudge bearing dwell in us, then they coexists with the spirit of hatred towards others. If the spirit of hatred is within us, then we are living in sin. The First Reading ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2017/02/homily_19.html

Reflection on Matthew 6:24-34, "You Cannot Serve God and Mammon…" BIG C CATHOLICS - February 19, 2017 ... Aramaic word meaning wealth or property, and signifies a choice that is not of God, but one driven by greed and avarice. Jesus knows human nature so well. He knows that the human person can only concentrate on one thing at once. I do not think Jesus would have agreed with the modern notion that multitasking is a virtue! Jesus wants his people to concentrate on what matters most. Look beyond the day-to-day concerns of food and clothing and see the bigger picture, says Jesus in the Gospels. He ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/02/reflection-on-matthew-624-34-you-cannot.html

Reflection: Mark 9:2-13 THE DOME BLOG - February 18, 2017 Saturday of the 6th Week in Ordinary Time - Mark 9:2-13 The gospel for today is Mark's account of the Transfiguration. Jesus decided to take Peter, James and John up to a mountain. When they arrived at the top of the mountain, Jesus was transformed before them and His clothing became dazzling white. Then Elijah and Moses appeared and they began to converse with Jesus. After a time, Peter spoke to Jesus and said: "Rabbi, how good it is for us to be here! We ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-mark-92-13.html

Reflection: Mark 8:22-26 THE DOME BLOG - February 15, 2017 Wednesday of the 6th Week in Ordinary Time - Mark 8:22-26 This Gospel begins with friends of a blind man bringing him to Jesus for healing. They asked Jesus to touch the man. Jesus immediately reached out, took the man's hand and led him out of the village. Jesus then spit into his hand and placed his spittle on the blind man's eyes. After a time, Jesus asked him: "Can you see anything"? The man opened his eyes and said: "I can see people; however they look like trees". ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-mark-822-26.html

Reflection for the 6th Week of Ordinary Time, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - February 15, 2017 ... Gospel, we also see the contrast between God's designs and plans and those of human beings. Jesus says, "Whoever wishes to come after Me must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow Me. For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake and that of the Gospel will save it. What profit is there for one to gain the whole world and forfeit his life? What could one give in exchange for his life?" We humans wish to avoid ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-for-6th-week-of-ordinary_15.html

Reflection: Mark 8:14-21 THE DOME BLOG - February 14, 2017 Tuesday of the Sixth Week in Ordinary Time – Mark 8:14-21 In today's Gospel, the apostles are a bit absent-minded: they forgot to bring any food along for the journey. Among them, they only had one loaf of bread. How was this going to feed all of them? These were men who had hearty appetites and they liked to be well fed. To complicate matters, they were out on the sea in a boat. There was no food to be had! Jesus however was not concerned about ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-mark-814-21.html

Feb 14 - Sts. Cyril and Methodius FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - February 14, 2017 http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/02/feb-14-sts-cyril-and-methodius.html

Reflection: Mark 8:11-13 THE DOME BLOG - February 13, 2017 Monday of the 6th Week in Ordinary Time - Mark 8:11-13 The Gospel reading for today is only three verses long. The Pharisees again are harassing Jesus. They start to argue with him. They want Jesus to give them a "sign from heaven." In reality, the Pharisees are testing Jesus. The want Him to "perform." However, Jesus is fed up with them. Mark says: Jesus sighed from the "depth of the spirit." Jesus could not understand why the Pharisees needed a sign. ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-mark-811-13.html

Reflection: Matthew 5:17-37 THE DOME BLOG - February 12, 2017 The 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Matthew 5:17-37 Today Jesus instructs His disciples what not to do. He begins His instructions by saying: "Do not think that I have come abolish the law and the prophets, I have come, not to abolish them, but to fulfill them." He continues on: "Of this much I assure you: until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter of the law. . . shall be done away with until it all comes true." Anyone who fulfills the law is the least in ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-matthew-517-37.html

6th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle A LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - February 12, 2017 ... that what we say, what we do, is merely a reflection of what we think and, truly, of whom we love. For, as one priest puts it: "The Sermon on the Mount, [that from which our Gospel today comes], is not about dos and don'ts. It is not about limitations: how little must I do to slip by St. Peter at the gates of heaven. The Sermon on the Mount is about being fully alive in Jesus Christ. It is about nourishing the eternal life within us." It is ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2017/02/6th-sunday-of-ordinary-time-cycle-a.html

Reflection: Mark 8:1-10 THE DOME BLOG - February 11, 2017 Saturday of the Fifth Week in Ordinary Time - Mark 8:1-10 In today's Gospel reading, Jesus gives us examples of how to love one another. Jesus once again is teaching the people. Mark writes that there was a great crowd of people who had gathered to hear Jesus speak. As the day went on, Jesus became concerned because the people had nothing to eat. They were out in the middle of nowhere so there were no houses or shops to get food. Finally Jesus asked how ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-mark-81-10.html

Reflection: St. Scholastica, Solemnity THE DOME BLOG - February 10, 2017 Saint Scholastica, Solemnity – Luke 10:38-42 Today we celebrate the Feast of St. Scholastica, the twin sister of St. Benedict. The Gospel for this feast is the story of Martha and her sister, Mary. This is a very familiar Gospel to most of us. Jesus came to visit Mary, Martha, and Lazarus. When he arrived, they all greeted him. They were thrilled that he had come to be with them. In this passage, Luke paints a picture of the ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-st-scholastica-solemnity.html

Reflection: Mark 7:24-30 THE DOME BLOG - February 9, 2017 Thursday of the Fifth Week in Ordinary Time - Mark 7:24-30 This Gospel reading begins as Jesus tries to escape the crowds of people. Jesus was tired and He needed time to rest and pray. He hoped to find a place where both He and his disciples could be alone and rest. However, a woman whose daughter had an unclean spirit heard that Jesus was in Tyre and she quietly entered the house where He was staying. The woman was Greek and in that day, all Greeks were considered "dogs" ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-mark-724-30.html

Reflection for the 5th Week of Ordinary Time, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - February 8, 2017 Thursday – Persistence The Syrophoenician woman in today's Gospel had persistence. There's no question about that. Her daughter was suffering, and she would go to any lengths to get Jesus to help. Even when Jesus appeared to deny her request, the woman kept going. Jesus even said to her, "Let the children be fed first. For it is not right to take the food of the children and throw it to the dogs." Many people would have taken great offense at this ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-for-5th-week-of-ordinary_8.html

Reflection: Mark 6:53-56 THE DOME BLOG - February 6, 2017 Monday of the Fifth Week in Ordinary Time - Mark 6:53-56 Today's Gospel is only 3 verses long. The Gospel begins as Jesus and his disciples reach the other side of the lake. As they got out of the boat, Jesus was recognized as the teacher and healer about whom so many of the people had heard. As the word spread about Jesus preaching and healing, many people began to gather. They brought their family members and loved ones to Jesus for ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-mark-653-56.html

Pope: Day for Life in the Wake of St. Theresa of Calcutta, to Counter Throw Away Logic and Population Decline CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 5, 2017 ... demographic decline. We are neighbors and together we pray for children who are at risk of abortion, as well as for people at the end of life. All life is sacred, because no one is left alone and love defends the meaning of life. We recall the words of Mother Teresa: "Life is beauty, admire it; life is life, defend it. " Both with the child about to be born and the person who is dying. All life is sacred. " Francis greeted "all those who work for life, the teachers of the Roman universities ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/pope-day-for-life-in-wake-of-st-theresa.html

Reflection for the 5th Week of Ordinary Time, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - February 5, 2017 Monday – Healing In today's Gospel, we hear about Jesus healing many people in Gennesaret. They swarmed around Him, carrying the sick on mats and setting them as close to Jesus as possible. Even those who merely touched the tassel on His cloak were healed. Think about how amazing that is. Dozens, perhaps even hundreds, of people were cured with just a touch. We might wonder why Jesus would do this, and we might even feel just a little jealous. ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-for-5th-week-of-ordinary.html

Tolerance, Respect, the Gospel, and Civil Society Καθολικός διάκονος - February 5, 2017 ... Dei ) is the basis for according everyone due respect. Neither tolerance nor respect imply, let alone require, acceptance of someone else's viewpoint. When it comes to politics, to the "liberal/conservative" divide, it seems to me that both sides talk about how important tolerance and respect are when they're in power, but out of power, generally speaking, they engage in intolerant and disrespectful behavior. What prompted this reflection are the levels of intolerance we are ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/02/tolerance-respect-gospel-and-civil.html

5th Sunday - A (February 5, 2017) GOD'S WORD TO US - February 4, 2017 ... Gospel we heard 2 Sundays ago). Today, Jesus calls us to be the light of the world. He shares his mission with us [1] . In order to be the light of Christ to the world, we must live as he has lived. Looking at the Sunday Gospels continuously, the Beatitudes, which we heard last week, are our guides. We know that only Jesus lives the Beatitudes to perfection [2] . The better we live the Beatitudes, the brighter our reflection of Christ's light. ...http://godsword2us.blogspot.com/2017/02/5th-sunday-february-5-2017.html

Fifth Sunday Year a Collect NEW HORIZONS - February 4, 2017 ... during the week, the following reflection questions emerged: Why do I need to ask God for my safety? What does God's unfailing care mean to me this week? Why do I need to rely soley on the hope of heavenly grace? What does the hope of heavenly grace mean to me? What does it mean to be defended by God's protection? What reasons might I give to someone who asked why does the Church use this Collect as the Opening Prayer for Mass on the 5th Sunday of Ordinary Time? ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/pGvP/~3/7BVpbnQW9XI/fifth-sunday-year-collect.html

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