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Fr. Butler's Homily for the 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, August 28, 2016, Year C BIG C CATHOLICS - August 22, 2016 Fr. René J. Butler, M.S. Provincial Superior, La Salette Missionaries of North America Hartford, Connecticut ( Click here for today's readings ) I lived a total of twenty-three years outside of the USA, mostly in an international community of Europeans, South Americans, Africans, and Asians. You can imagine the puzzlement of many of them when they heard American presidents and others constantly refer to the US as the "Greatest nation on earth," and "Leader of the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/08/fr-butlers-homily-for-22nd-sunday-in.html

The Dreaded "D" Word.... FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - August 21, 2016 Hi everyone, here's my homily for the 21 st SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME - August 21, 2016. The readings for today's Mass can be found at: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/082116.cfm. Thanks as always for stopping by to read this blog; for sharing it on Facebook, twitter, Reddit and elsewhere on the Internet - and for all your feedback and comments. God Bless You and yours and have a great week! Fr Jim Quick commercial... thanks to everyone ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-dreaded-d-word.html

Homily: The Big, Wide Door BUKAS PALAD - August 21, 2016 Year B / Ordinary Time / Week 21 / Sunday Readings: Isaiah 66.18-21 / Psalm 116.1,2 (R/v Mk 16.15) / Hebrews 12.5-7,11-13 / Luke 13.22-30 Doors. They surround us everywhere. We see them everyday. We use them every time. Open doors suggest a new beginning, a way out or a warm welcome within. So, we enter. Closed doors symbolise a dead end or no entry, imprisonment or a 'do not disturb'. And so, we stand and wait, or we move on. Revolving doors however can ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2016/08/homily-big-wide-door.html

Year C Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time Καθολικός διάκονος - August 21, 2016 Readings: Isa 66:18-21; Ps 117:1-2; Heb 12:5-7.11-13; Lk 13:22-30 This week we continue our journey with Jesus and his disciples from Galilee to Jerusalem. Remember, in the synoptic Gospels (i.e., Matthew, Mark, and Luke), the Lord makes only one journey to the holy city. The journey of Jesus and his disciples from their native Galilee to Jerusalem begins toward the end of the ninth chapter and concludes in the middle of the nineteenth chapter, when he makes his ascent up ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/08/year-c-twenty-first-sunday-in-ordinary.html

Fr. Butler's Homily for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time, August 21, 2016, Year C BIG C CATHOLICS - August 17, 2016 Fr. René J. Butler, M.S. Provincial Superior, La Salette Missionaries of North America Hartford, Connecticut ( Click here for today's readings ) Often enough in families people can feel they are taken for granted. They do so much, and others don't seem to notice, or even care, much less help. The same sort of thing happens sometimes in parishes. When volunteers are needed, people think, "so-and-so will do it." Always the same persons are expected to respond. Then comes ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/08/fr-butlers-homily-for-21st-sunday-in.html

The Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - August 17, 2016 Ignatian Spirituality: Set the World Ablaze predmore.blogspot.com The Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time August 21, 2016 Isaiah 66:18-21; Psalm 117; Hebrews 12:5-7, 11-13; Luke 13:22-30 The Lord God wants nothing more than for people to come to know the promise that await them if they finally come to recognize God in their midst. God's invitation goes out to the whole world so people can see God's glory. Signs are set up for people to notice and spiritual missionaries ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-twenty-first-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

Be a Witness—Twentieth Sunday for Ordinary Time (Cycle C) IS MY PHYLACTERY SHOWING? - August 14, 2016 ... it when he said in the gospel that He wanted to set the earth on fire. We have three readings that all talk about the inevitable conflict between the City of God and the Earthly City: the life of faith and belief, and the life of the worldly concerns. If we take nothing from the news of the times, we should at least see clearly that the demands of faith are coming increasingly in conflict with the demands of our culture. This should not surprise us. It has ...http://theocoid.blogspot.com/2016/08/be-witnesstwentieth-sunday-for-ordinary.html

The Purifying Fire of Dividing, Divine Love INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - August 14, 2016 Detail of "The Sacred Heart of Jesus" by Salvador Dali (1962). The Purifying Fire of Dividing, Divine Love Carl E. Olson The Readings for Sunday, August 14th show that Jesus causes division and brings unity for one and the same reason: He is both the scandal that divides and the Savior who unites. Readings : • Jer 38:4-6, 8-10 • Ps 40:2, 3, 4, 18 • Heb 12:1-4 • Lk 12:49-53 In the summer of 2007, the Congregation for ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2016/08/the-purifying-fire-of-dividing-divine-love.html

Mud, Water, and Spirit: Why Not Become Fire? Καθολικός διάκονος - August 14, 2016 Readings: Jer. 38:4-6.8-10; Ps 40:2-4.18; Heb 12:1-4; Luke 12:49-53 In our brief Gospel reading Jesus, enroute to Jerusalem, said to his disciples- "I have come to set the earth on fire, and how I wish it were already blazing! There is a baptism with which I must be baptized, and how great is my anguish until it is accomplished!" Jesus here was likely referring to the baptism of his passion, death, and resurrection; his literal dying, being buried, and ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/08/mud-water-and-spirit-why-not-become-fire.html

Recognize Grace YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - August 13, 2016 Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time By Lisa Helene Bacalski There was no water in the cistern, only mud, and Jeremiah sank into the mud. --Jeremiah 38:6b Surely, I wait for the LORD; who bends down to me and hears my cry --Psalm 40:2 Brothers and sisters: Since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us rid ourselves of every burden and sin that clings to us and persevere in running the race that lies before us while keeping our eyes fixed on Jesus, the leader ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/08/recognize-grace.html

Reflection on St Dominic (9) DOMINICAN NUNS IRELAND - August 8, 2016 On preparing this reflection, it struck me that all the Readings at Mass this morning, (19th Sunday of the Year, Cycle C) including the psalm, could be applied to the person of Dominic and the mission and foundation of the Order. The first Reading from the Book of Wisdom is about trusting God and joyfully having the courage to do what God asks, enduring the dangers and hardships as well as the blessings that this work of God might entail. Dominic had ...http://dominicannunsireland.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-on-st-dominic.html

Homily for the 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time, August 14, 2016, Year C BIG C CATHOLICS - August 7, 2016 Fr. Charles Irvin Senior Priest Diocese of Lansing (Click here for today's readings) Of the four Gospel accounts written by Saints Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, St. Luke's has been characterized by some scripture scholars as the most beautiful of them all. St. Luke's Gospel contains accounts of the events surrounding Jesus' birth, for instance. Mary, the mother of Jesus has a special placehttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/08/homily-for-20th-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - August 7, 2016 In our Gospel today, Jesus reminds us of something that is hard to hear, that each and every one of us is mortal, that each and every one of us have a limited time here on this earth and that it is important to live our lives always aware that this is, indeed, the case. In fact, I have to be honest with you, every time I hear this Gospel, it reminds me of the very first time I had to preach at a Sunday Mass as a Deacon. Yet, the strange ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2016/08/19th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-cycle-c.html

Is This Your Last Day? (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - August 7, 2016 This Gospel is read as part of the vigil prayers, for a funeral, which usually takes place at the funeral home. It's easy to see why, because it offers us such an assurance: if we are ready for Jesus when he comes to us, he will not only take us to heaven, but he, the Lord, will actually wait on us! As I often say after I read this, at the funeral home, if you hadn't heard me just read that from the Gospel, you might not believe God had made such a promise. ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/08/is-this-your-last-day-sunday-homily.html

"What Is the Mark of a Christian?" INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - August 7, 2016 Detail from "Christ Leading the Apostles to Mount Tabor" by Lorenzo Lotto (1512). A Scriptural Reflection by Carl E. Olson on the Readings for Sunday, August 7, 2016 Readings : • Wis 18:6-9 • Ps 33:1, 12, 18-19, 20-22 • Heb 11:1-2, 8-19 • Lk 12:32-48 "What is the mark of a Christian?" asked St. Basil in his work, Moralia , which is a guide living a morally upright life in the world. How might we answer this question? ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2016/08/what-is-the-mark-of-a-christian.html

Homily: The Grace of Not Yet BUKAS PALAD - August 7, 2016 Year C / Ordinary Time / Week 19/ Sunday Readings: Wisdom 18.6-9 / Ps 32.1, 12, 18-19, 20, 22 (R/v 12b) / Hebrews 11.1-2, 8-19 / Luke 12.32-48 "Only faith can guarantee the blessings that we hope for". This is Paul's instruction to the early Christians in today's second reading. He wants to encourage them to live out their faith fully whilst waiting for Jesus' second coming. He also assures them that their vigilance for Jesus grows their faith. You could ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2016/08/homily-grace-of-not-yet.html

Heart - Treasure - Pancakes FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - August 6, 2016 Hi everyone, here's my homily for the NINETEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME - August 7, 2016. The readings for today's Mass can be found at http://usccb.org/bible/readings/080716.cfm Thanks as always for stopping by to read this blog; for sharing it on Facebook, twitter, Reddit and elsewhere on the Internet - and for all your feedback and comments. God Bless You and Yours and have a great week! Fr Jim Quick commercial... thanks to everyone ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2016/08/heart-treasure-pancakes.html

'For the Son of Man Is Coming at an Unexpected Hour.' Sunday Reflections, 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - August 5, 2016 St Francis and Brother Leo Meditating on Death El Greco, 1600-02 National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa [ Web Gallery of Art ] Readings (New American Bible: Philippines, USA) Readings (Jerusalem Bible: Australia, England & Wales, India [optional], Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, Scotland, South Africa) Gospel Luke 12:32-48 [or 12: 35-40] ( New Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition , Canada) [For shorter version omit italics.] Jesus said ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/08/for-son-of-man-is-coming-at-unexpected.html

Thou Fool. This Night Your Life Shall Be Required of You. GLORIA OLIVAE - August 1, 2016 1. Every time we celebrate a Sunday Liturgy, it coincides with Pope Francis saying the opposite. And as we read the Gospel where Christ gives a command, it coincides with Pope Francis disobeying the command. We have noticed this and have recorded them in the past posts For example, on 'Amoris Laetitia' Sunday Pope Francis wrote his exhortation 'Amoris Laetitia' where he contradicted what Christ said in the Gospel. And now, ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_08_01_archive.html#4143583258821862966

Elementary Thinking (Sunday 18.C) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - July 31, 2016 ... effort. Temptations of every kind are another earthly reality that can sour all our hard work. Resisting or overcoming sin takes a patient effort to see things God's way. Sure, obeying the commandments is a start, but we want to do more. In St. Paul's words to the Romans, we need to "put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh, to gratify its desires" (Rm 13:14). Resisting temptation must be our default setting, requiring that we think with Christ and like Christ. We ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/07/elementarty-thinking-sunday-18c.html

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