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Sts. Timothy and Titus: St. Paul's Companions and Co-Workers in Evangelization CATHOLIC FIRE - January 26, 2015 ... by some as the "angel of the church of Ephesus" (Rev 2:1-17). He joined Paul in the joy of the privilege of preaching the gospel, but also suffered much because of it. St. Timothy was stoned to death thirty years after St. Paul's martyrdom for refusing to worship the goddess Diana. Titus, Paul's "partner and co-worker" (2Cor 8:23) was the mediator or peacemaker, the one St. Paul sent to clear up misunderstandings, settle differences, and to establish a new Church. He was sent ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/01/sts-timothy-and-titus-st-pauls.html

Reflection: Mark 1:14-20 THE DOME BLOG - January 25, 2015 Third Week of Ordinary Time – Mark 1:14-20 Today's Gospel begins in the middle of Chapter One of Mark's Gospel. This section of the chapter immediately follows the account of John the Baptist's arrest. Despite the fact that John had been arrested, Jesus continued on to Galilee to proclaim His message. Everywhere He went, He proclaimed that the time of fulfillment, the kingdom of heaven was at hand. Jesus preached a message of ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-mark-114-20_25.html

Reflection: Mark 3:7-12 THE DOME BLOG - January 22, 2015 Second week of ordinary time — Mark 3:7-12 The opening words of today's Gospel states that Jesus and his disciples withdrew from the crowds. I would imagine that Jesus simply needed time for rest, quiet and peace. Crowds are usually draining — especially if they all want your attention! However, this was not to be. A good number of people from various regions and cities followed Jesus. Despite His longing for quiet and peace, Jesus cured ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-mark-37-12.html

Reflection: Marck 2:18-22 THE DOME BLOG - January 19, 2015 Second Week of Ordinary Time – Mark 2:18-22 Today's Gospel opens as people come to Jesus and ask Him: "why do your disciples not fast?" Everyone knew that the Pharisees fasted as did the disciples of John. They were curious about the fact that Jesus and His disciples did not fast. Jesus doesn't respond as they may have hoped He would. Rather, Jesus uses the example of a wedding feast. Jesus tells his listeners that as long as the bridegroom is at ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-marck-218-22.html

9 Days for Life: Day Two DEACON FOR LIFE - January 18, 2015 DAY TWO January 18, 2015 Intercession May those near the end of their lives receive medical care that respects their dignity and protects their lives. Prayer Our Father, 3 Hail Marys, Glory Be Reflection In today's Gospelhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DeaconForLife/~3/sNsWREJqRP4/9-days-for-life-day-two.html

Reflection: John 1:35-42 THE DOME BLOG - January 18, 2015 Second Week of Ordinary Time – John 1:35-42 The Gospel begins today with John the Baptist standing with some of disciples. As Jesus walks by them, John says to his disciples: "Behold the Lamb of God!" John's disciples immediately leave John and follow Jesus. After a time, Jesus realized that these men were following Him. Jesus turns to them and asks them what they are looking for? However, they do not answer Jesus' question. Instead they ask Jesus where He is ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-john-135-42.html

Vocation: The Call of God NARU HODO - January 18, 2015 ... apart from the relational aspect of reality. And it seems that part of how God teaches us about Himself and ourselves is that He allows us to be mistaken for a time. It purifies us. God called; Samuel answered Eli. Samuel was mistaken, but clearly Samuel had a natural and healthy attachment going with Eli, so going to Eli was the clearest, most logical way for Samuel to respond to God. The second time God called, Samuel could have ignored Him, or responded in fear or mistrust about bothering ...http://lift-up-your-hearts.blogspot.com/2015/01/vocation-call-of-god.html

9 Days for Life: Day 1 DEACON FOR LIFE - January 17, 2015 DAY ONE January 17, 2015 Intercession For the conversion of all hearts and the end to abortion. Prayer Our Father, 3 Hail Marys, Glory Be Reflection Today's Gospel reading from Mark (Mk 2:13-17) recounts Jesus dining with tax collectors andhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DeaconForLife/~3/swzlFr5TN4k/9-days-for-life-day-1.html

Reflection: Mark 2:13-17 THE DOME BLOG - January 17, 2015 First Week of Ordinary Time – Mark 2:13-17 This Gospel opens with Jesus walking on the shore of the sea. Once again many people came to Him to hear Him teach. As He was walking along, He saw Levi sitting at his customs post. As Jesus walked by, Jesus simply said to Levi: "come and follow me." And immediately Levi left his post to follow Jesus. Levi invites Jesus to come to his house. Jesus sat at the table with Levi and his guests, many of whom were tax collectors ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-mark-213-17.html

Christ's Question for Everyone: "What Are You Looking For?" INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - January 17, 2015 "The Calling of the Apostles Peter and Andrew" (1308-11) by Duccio [WikiArt.org] A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for Sunday, January 18, 2015 Carl E. Olson Readings: • 1 Sam 3:3B-10, 19 • Psa 40:2, 4, 7-8, 8-9, 10 • 1 Cor 6:13C-15A, 17-20 • Jn 1:35-42 "What are you looking for?" It is a question meant for all men of every time and in all places and situations. It is the question put to the two disciples by Jesus in ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/01/christs-question-for-everyone-what-are-you-looking-for.html

Reflection: Mark 1:40-45 THE DOME BLOG - January 15, 2015 First Week of Ordinary Time – Mark 1:40-45 The scene in today's Gospel opens with a leper coming to Jesus, kneeling at His feet, begging Jesus to make him whole, to make him clean. There was not any treatment for leprosy at that time. Thus, lepers were outcasts. Keeping your distance from those individuals with leprosy was the only safeguard there was at that time. Jesus, however, does not seem concerned about this reality! When the leper approaches ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-mark-140-45.html

Reflection: Mark 1:29-39 THE DOME BLOG - January 14, 2015 First Week of Ordinary Time – Mark 1:29-39 Today in this Gospel, Jesus is ministering to the sick. The Gospel opens with Jesus leaving the synagogue and going to Simon's home accompanied by some of His disciples. When Jesus arrives at Simon's house, He is approached and told that Simon's mother-in-law was ill with a fever. Jesus went to her, took her hand and helped her up. Immediately the fever left her! As sunset was approaching, many people came ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-mark-129-39.html

Reflection: Mark 1:14-20 THE DOME BLOG - January 12, 2015 ... after John was arrested. Jesus is in Galilee proclaiming the Gospel. He announces to the people that the Kingdom of God is near. He preaches repentance to the people. Today Jesus also calls his first apostles: Simon and his brother, Andrew. As we know, Simon and Andrew by trade were fishermen. Jesus is walking along the Sea of Galilee and he saw Simon and Andrew as they were casting their nets into the sea. Jesus simply and quietly says: "Come. Follow me." A bit later, he also ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-mark-114-20.html

Reflection: Mark 1:7-11 (Baptism of the Lord) THE DOME BLOG - January 11, 2015 The Baptism of the Lord – Mark 1:7-11 This Gospel opens with John the Baptist proclaiming that One mightier than he will be coming. The One who is to follow John also will baptize. However, He will baptize with the Holy Spirit, not simply with water. The Gospel says: it happened that Jesus came from Nazareth and asked to be baptized by John with water from the Jordan. As Jesus came out of the water, Mark says that the heavens were opened up and the ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-mark-17-11-baptism-of-lord.html

Homily for January 11 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - January 11, 2015 Image source Homily for the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord ( Scriptures for today's Mass) Audio for homily Just last week we celebrated the Epiphany with the story of the magi searching for Jesus and finding him. Epiphany comes from a Greek word, which means to appear, to make manifest, to show, to disclose. Of course, Christmas, too, was an epiphany: a revelation of God's desire to be with us, to dwell among us, as one like us. And today's feast, ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2015/01/homily-for-january-11.html

Reflection: John 3:22-30 THE DOME BLOG - January 10, 2015 John 3:22-30 The setting for today's Gospel is the region of Judea. Many people approached Jesus asking Him to baptize them. John also was in the region and he also was baptizing. John's disciples came to him and told him that Jesus was nearby and He also was baptizing and crowds of people were coming to Jesus for baptism. The tone of the conversation gives the impression that John's disciples were upset that so many people were asking Jesus to baptize ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-john-322-30.html

The Baptism of Jesus Christ: Cosmic Blessing and Invitation to Divine Life INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - January 10, 2015 "The Baptism of Christ" (c. 1305) by Giotta [WikiArt.org] A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, January 11, 2015 Carl E. Olson Readings: Is 42:1-4, 6-7 or Is 55:1-11
 Ps 29:1-2, 3-4, 3, 9-10 or Ps 104:1b-2, 3-4, 24-25, 27-28, 29-30
 Acts 10:34-38 or 1 Jn 5:1-9 Mk 1:7-11 Why be a Catholic? Why bother? Is it about being a good person? Or fitting into a family, a culture, or a particular group of people? What exactly is the point ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/01/the-baptism-of-jesus-christ-cosmic-blessing-and-invitation-to-divine-life.html

Reflection: Luke 5:12-16 THE DOME BLOG - January 9, 2015 Luke 5:12-16 The Gospel reading for today is extremely short: only 4 verses. However, it is a powerful Gospel. The main character in today's Gospel is a man who has leprosy. As soon as the leper saw Jesus, he fell at His feet and begged Jesus to heal him. Jesus does not hesitate. He immediately reaches out, touches the man and simply says: "I will heal you! Be made clean!" Instantly, the man is healed! Jesus then orders him ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-luke-512-16.html

Reflection: Matthew 4:12-17, 23-25 THE DOME BLOG - January 5, 2015 ... celebrate the coming of Jesus. The Gospel reading for this day shifts to the beginning of Jesus' ministry. The reading begins with hearing that his cousin, John the Baptist, had been arrested. The Gospel says that Jesus left Nazareth and went to Galilee. In Galilee, Jesus begins His ministry of preaching and teaching. Jesus began his preaching by calling the people to repent! He told His listeners that the kingdom of heaven was near. Word of Jesus' power and ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-matthew-412-17-23-25.html

Reflection: John 2:1-12 THE DOME BLOG - January 4, 2015 ... stir. They kept asking: "where is the newborn king of the Jews?" Naturally, King Herod and all of Jerusalem were troubled by their question. Herod immediately called his advisers together and asked them where this "Jesus" was to be born. The priests informed Herod that according to the prophecies in the Scriptures, the Christ was to be born in the land of Judah. Herod then quietly called the magi in. He told them to go and search for the child. And when they found him, the Magi were to send ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/01/reflection-john-21-12.html

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