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Reflection: Matthew 21:28-32 THE DOME BLOG - September 28, 2014 Sunday of the 27th Week in Ordinary Time- Matthew 21:28-32 Today's Gospel is very familiar to us. It is the parable of the man who had two sons. The father told his first son to do the work that was needed in the vineyard. The first son absolutely refused to do as his father requested. I can easily imagine the father's reaction. I am sure he was not pleased with this son's refusal! Later, however, the son changed his mind and did go to work in the fields. ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-matthew-2128-32.html

The Family and Evangelization CREO EN DIOS! - September 28, 2014 ... journey of the whole Church, with the participation of leaders of the Episcopate from every corner of the world," in the words of Vatican spokesman Fr. Federico Lombardi. The synod is likely to address some difficult issues regarding the family, such as contraception, same-sex marriage, divorce and other topics touching on family life. The US Conference of Catholic Bishops has asked for today to be set aside as a Day of Prayer for the General Assembly. Churches and parish and other communities ...http://susanjoan.wordpress.com/2014/09/28/the-family-and-evangelization/

Reflection: Luke 9:43b-45 THE DOME BLOG - September 27, 2014 Saturday of the 26th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 9:43b-45 The Gospel today is the continuation of the conversation that Jesus had with his disciples in yesterday's reading. Jesus tells the apostles to listen up. He knows that the road ahead of him is going to be very difficult and also troubling for his disciples. Jesus is trying to prepare them for what was ahead for all of them. Jesus told the apostles that he would be taken from them but Luke says: "the meaning ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-943b-45.html

Justice and the Kingdom INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - September 27, 2014 "The Grape Harvest" by Henri-Edmond Cross (1856-1910) [WikiArt.org] A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for September 28, 2014 Carl E. Olson Readings : • Ez 18:25-28 • Psa 25:4-5, 8-9, 10, 14 • Phil 2:1-11 • Matt 21:28-32 Growing up I heard countless admonishments from my parents—all of them deserved, I readily confess. One that has stuck with me is a simple, commonsensical remark made many times by my mother: "Life is not always fair." ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/09/justice-and-the-kingdom.html

Reflection: Luke 9:18-22 THE DOME BLOG - September 26, 2014 Friday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 9:18-22 Today's Gospel is extremely brief. It is only 3 verses. It opens with Jesus asking the apostles to tell him what people were saying about him. They told him the various things they had heard; some thought he was a prophet like John the Baptist. Others thought he may be one of the prophets from of old. Jesus listens to their answers. Then he pauses for a moment and asks them: "But who do you say ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-918-22.html

Reflection: Luke 9:7-9 THE DOME BLOG - September 25, 2014 Thursday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 9: 7-9 Today's Gospel is very short and Herod is the central figure. It is the scene when Herod is trying to figure out who Jesus is. Herod had been hearing about Jesus. People had told him many fantastic stories about Jesus and his ministry. Others had told him that Jesus was John the Baptist raised from his grave, or maybe he was Elijah. Herod wanted to know more about this man Jesus. What was ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-97-9.html

"Tax Collectors and Prostitutes Are Entering the Kingdom of God Before You." CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - September 25, 2014 This Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014 (26A), we read the Parable of the Two Sons . It is unique to the Gospel of Matthew is probably one of the most easily understandable of all the parables of Jesus. It describes a situation we can all identify with and one that we surely all have experienced. Some call this four verse parable the Better of Two Bad Sons. Our Discussion Questions will guide your Sunday Bible Study sessions with family, friends and church groups. The parable was one ...http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2011/09/tax-collectors-and-prostitutes-are.html

"The Song" Movie: Ambitious Attempt to Dramatize the Song of Songs for Today WINDOWS TO THE SOUL BLOG - September 25, 2014 ... forgiveness in ...http://windowstothesoul.wordpress.com/2014/09/25/ambititous-attempt-to-be-song-of-songs-for-today/

Reflection: Luke 9:1-6 THE DOME BLOG - September 24, 2014 Wednesday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 9:1-6 Today's Gospel is Jesus's instruction to his new apostles. First of all he gives them power over demons and the ability to cure illnesses. He also is sending them forth to preach, teach and spread the good news of Jesus. Jesus even instructs them about what they should take on their journey. He also is frank with them and cautions his apostles. He bluntly tells them that some people will ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-91-6.html

Reflection: Luke 8:19-21 THE DOME BLOG - September 23, 2014 Tuesday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 8:19-21 The Gospel for today is very short. It only has three verses. This Gospel tells the story of Mary, his mother, and his brothers coming to visit Jesus. Naturally they were anxious to see Jesus but he was surrounded by a large crowd of people. His disciples hurried to tell Jesus that his mother and family had come. Jesus responds to this information in a bit of a harsh way. He asks: who is my ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-819-21.html

Your Way, Lord JOURNEY TO WISDOM - September 23, 2014 A reflection on the Mass readings for the Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time By: Sharon Nelsen The Lord recycles truth in our lives; always giving us new thoughts, new words, new ways to think, speak and to act on old truths. Today, as I read from Isaiah 55.7-8 , "For my thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways my ways, says the Lord," I smiled—yet again the Lord had recycled that truth in my life. When I was an RCIA companion in our parish several years ago, ...http://journeytowisdom-ocbs.blogspot.com/2014/09/your-way-lord.html

Reflection: Luke 8:16-18 THE DOME BLOG - September 22, 2014 Monday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 8:16-18 Today's Gospel is very short. It is just a few verses. In this Gospel, Jesus is instructing his disciples that the purpose of the light is to illuminate the room that it is placed in. Thus the lamp should be well placed so that the entire space is illuminated. Then Jesus shifts his direction. He says that nothing will be hidden and everything will be visible. As he continues he ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-816-18.html

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time - God Loves Us Even Though We Are Unworthy. THANK HEAVENS. LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - September 22, 2014 I am really growing to enjoy these Sunday reflection/Mass experience posts that I've been putting out on Mondays. :) This may very well become a regular feature. I'm going to need to make this one somewhat short since my schedule continues to be a bit busy, but no worries! I'm still here with you for the duration of my chat reference shift, so whatever I can get written in that time frame is fabulous. I just have to deal with the chat questions as they come in. For instance, ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/09/25th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-god-loves.html

Reflection: Matthew 20:1-16a THE DOME BLOG - September 21, 2014 ... ." Jesus is into parables! Today we have another parable that tells us about the kingdom of heaven. Today's parable is the story of a landowner who went out early in the morning to hire workers for his vineyard. The landowner and the workers negotiated a fair wage that both parties were content with. And the workers began to pick the grapes. Several times during the day the landowner went back to the marketplace. Each time he went he hired more laborers to work in the ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-matthew-201-16a.html

Questioning God? COMMUNIO - September 21, 2014 The Gospel for the 25th Sunday through the Church Year has us meditating on Matthew 20:1-16. You know the Gospel narrative where the last worker gets the same wage as those who toiled all day; some are angry at the landowner –the analogy is that we are really angry at God's generosity. The logic of God is not the logic of man. Too often we say that we want to be like God, to act like Jesus, be as merciful as our Heavenly Father. I don't doubt this is ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/09/questioning-god/

The Living Church in the Land of the Eagles: Thank You for Your Fidelity VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - September 21, 2014 ... comes to bring the love of God to the world and he wishes to share it by means of communion and fraternity", said Pope Francis. "To this end he immediately forms a community of disciples, a missionary community, and he trains them how to 'go out' on mission. The method is both clear and simple: the disciples visit homes and their preaching begins with a greeting which is charged with meaning: 'Peace be to this house!'. It is not only a greeting, but also a gift: the gift of peace. Being here ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-living-church-in-land-of-eagles.html

God's Goodness and the Laborers in the Vineyard INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - September 21, 2014 "Red Vineyards at Arles" (1888) by Vincent Van Gogh (www.wikiart.org) God's Goodness and the Laborers in the Vineyard A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for Sunday, September 18, 2011 Carl E. Olson Readings : • Is 55:6-9 • Ps 145:2-3, 8-9, 17-18 • Phil 1:20c-24, 27a • Mt 20:1-16a Why did God make us? The Baltimore Catechism , in its first lesson, answers this question succinctly: "God made us to show forth His goodness and to share with us ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/09/gods-goodness-and-the-laborers-in-the-vineyard.html

Reflection: Luke 8:4-15 THE DOME BLOG - September 20, 2014 ... Ordinary Time – Luke 8:4-15 "A sower went out to sow. . . ." Just hearing those first few words, we know the "rest of the story." Today's Gospel is the parable of the seed being sown in various types of ground. Naturally, the crops were most abundant where the seed was sown in fertile ground. If the ground was rocky, naturally it could not produce a good crop. For any plant, tree or crop to grow well, the ground it is planted in has to be fairly good ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-84-15.html

St. Andrew Kim Taegon and St. Paul Chong Hasang and Their Companions, Korean Martyrs CATHOLIC FIRE - September 20, 2014 ... intellectually, but it remains underground in the North. "The Korean Church is unique because it was founded entirely by laypeople. This fledgling Church, so young and yet so strong in faith, withstood wave after wave of fierce persecution. Thus, in less than a century, it could boast of 10,000 martyrs. The death of these many martyrs became the leaven of the Church and led to today's splendid flowering of the Church in Korea. Even today their undying spirit sustains the ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/09/st-andrew-kim-taegon-and-st-paul-chong.html

Reflection: Luke 8:1-3 THE DOME BLOG - September 19, 2014 Friday of the 24th Week of Ordinary Time – Luke 8:1-3 Today's Gospel speaks of Jesus being on the road again. Luke chronicles Jesus's journey from one village to another. In each town Jesus went to, he preached and shared the good news of the kingdom. Jesus is not the only one who is to preach and share the good news of the gospel. As Christians, all of us are called to imitate Jesus! Today may we ask ourselves: what is the good news ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-81-3.html

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