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Wednesday, April 20, 2016 FR. CARMEN MELE, O.P.: TODAY'S HOMILETTE - April 19, 2016 ... shows Jesus being revealed to the world as God's only-begotten Son. It reiterates how he has not come into the world to judge it but to save it. That saving work is related in the gospel's second half which begins with the next scene of Jesus' Last Supper with his disciples. We want to hold on to Jesus by heeding his words. They will guide us through the difficulties we presently face. Indeed, they provide comfort as they promise us a share in the glory of the ...http://cbmdominicanpreacher.blogspot.com/2016/04/wednesday-april-20-2016.html

The LAST SUPPER - Last Day in School. GLORIA OLIVAE - March 27, 2016 1. The last school day for the apostles. The last supper is the last day of the apostles in the school of the Lord's service. And so, the Gospel reviews the stages that they had passed through, sort of summarizing what they had gone through before describing the last steps in their training. The Liturgy is Holy Mother the Church's way of telling us, first, what are all the steps in the training of a Christian. And secondly to guide us so we can know at what stage we are in ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_03_01_archive.html#6716676059318851938

Death Had Nowhere to Hide (Easter Morning) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - March 27, 2016 ... believed." However, the sentence continues: "as yet, they did not understand the Scripture, that he must rise from the dead." That's a bit confusing. Some scholars think that John has a full-fledged faith in the Resurrection, even without seeing the risen Jesus. But other writers offer good reasons to think that St. John only has initial faith at this point. Maybe he simply believes that God has acted in some way. The form of the Greek verb "believe" can mean 'began to believe' and after all, ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/03/death-had-nowhere-to-hidem-easter.html

Quick Lessons From the Catechism: The Lord's Prayer TOM PERNA - March 8, 2016 http://tomperna.org/2016/03/08/quick-lessons-from-the-catechism-the-lords-prayer/

The CATHOLIC CHURCH Today in Prophecy. GLORIA OLIVAE - March 2, 2016 ... vineyard do? He took away the vineyard from the workers and gave it to another who would more faithfully work on it. The vineyard is the Catholic Church and in this parable she did not have a happy ending. Due to the infidelity of the workers, the church was taken away from them and given to others. Who were the unfaithful servants? None other than the priests, the bishops, the cardinals and probably a pope. Note that in this parable the vineyard was given to another group. This is the 'new' ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_03_01_archive.html#6102373514883692499

Pope Francis on Donald Trump THE FIFTH COLUMN - February 18, 2016 ... the reporter's synopsis was accurate, this is not the attitude of a Christian, Refused to get involved in the political process, Gave Trump the benefit of the doubt by asking if this was really an accurate summary. Now, as my friend, Dan Severino pointed out, the reporters' synopsis was inaccurate. It left out salient facts. But someone reported the papal remarks to Trump - whether accurately or not, we don't know. We can be fairly certain the reporter's question was not ...http://skellmeyer.blogspot.com/2016/02/pope-francis-on-donald-trump.html

Pope Francis: Seeking the Richness of Faith in Mexico DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 3, 2016 ... to look for in Mexico? I will come to Mexico not like a Wise Man loaded with things to bring, messages, ideas, solutions to problems … I come to Mexico as a pilgrim, to look for something among the Mexican people. … I come to seek the wealth of faith you have, I come for that infectious wealth of faith. You have an idiosyncrasy, a way of being that is the fruit of a very long road, a history that has been forged slowly, with pain, with success, with failures, with searching, but ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/02/pope-francis-seeking-richness-of-faith.html

Interview With the Pope: Seeking the Richness of Faith in Mexico VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - February 3, 2016 ... in Mexico? I will come to Mexico not like a Wise Man loaded with things to bring, messages, ideas, solutions to problems … I come to Mexico as a pilgrim, to look for something among the Mexican people. … I come to seek the wealth of faith you have, I come for that infectious wealth of faith. You have an idiosyncrasy, a way of being that is the fruit of a very long road, a history that has been forged slowly, with pain, with success, with failures, with searching, but with a common ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2016/02/interview-with-pope-seeking-richness-of.html

FAITH HAS CERTAINTY - 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time. GLORIA OLIVAE - January 22, 2016 ... Sadly, the same thing is happening among the Catholics which is tantamount to being Protestants. St. Luke was seeing to it that Theophilus has certainly ('that thou mightest know the certainty of those things, wherein thou hast been instructed') made an Act of Faith and is, therefore, a Catholic. By the way, the name Theophilus means 'lover of God,; and refers to all men who loves God after having made the mature Act of Faith. 4. Let us see the first act of 'hearing' the Word of God.' Has ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_01_01_archive.html#7428027907889884413

This Is the Time YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - January 10, 2016 Monday of the First Week in Ordinary Time After John had been arrested, Jesus came to Galilee proclaiming the Gospel of God: "This is the time of fulfillment. The Kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the Gospel." Mark 1:14-15 Piety Things We Leave Behind (Lyrics by Michael Card ) There sits Simon, So foolishly wise Proudly he's tending his nets Then Jesus calls, And the boats drift away All that he owns he forgets More than the nets He ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/01/this-is-time.html

The BAPTISM OF CHRIST - 'Uncontrollable Love.' GLORIA OLIVAE - January 10, 2016 ... exist in the natural world. And there are many things that exist in the supernatural world. In the natural world we should not love any thing more than the object deserves. We should love father, mother and brothers. We should not love a sister less than another sister. We should not love anybody more than they deserve. To love anyone more than what they deserve is to love them uncontrollably; and St. Thomas wrote that both the one loving and the other person loved commit sin. Their sin is ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_01_01_archive.html#5504127242522295674