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Enthroned on the Cross

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Come and See 34 34 Sunday Ordinary Time C Christ the King 2 Samuel 5:1-3 Colossians 1:12-20 Luke 23:35-43 Love which waits for us at the end of history, your kingdom begins in the shadow of the cross; shines in our lives. Jesus, Lord, make haste! return and finish your work! When will we see […]

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Quand nous décampersons

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Come and See 33 33 Sunday Ordinary Time C Malachi 3: 19-20a 2 Thessalonians 3:7-12 Luke 21:5-19 When we decamp, without trumpet of fanfare, More naked than we were born, owning nothing, When worms and damp consume our bodies, We will ring, all alone, at the gate of the Garden. What does it matter? Death […]

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The Ultimate Goal

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Come and See 32 32 Sunday Ordinary Time C Maccabees 7:1-2,9-14 Thessalonians 2:16-3:5 Luke 20: 27-38 The first Reading tells us about the martyrdom of seven brothers who embraced the law of God by their words and actions. Their death went beyond human reason because they chose to die for the sake of the Kingdom […]

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Seek the Lord – Save the Lost

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Come and See 31 31 Sunday Ordinary Time C Wisdom 11:22-12:2 2 Thessalonians 1:11-2:2 Luke 19:1-10 Jesus’ long journey to Jerusalem comes to an end. Jerusalem, according to Luke, reveals a crucial theological meaning. At the beginning of the mission, in the third temptation, Jesus was led to Jerusalem (Lk 4:9-10). It may be concluding […]

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Praise to God or Praise to Oneself

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Come and See 30 30th Sunday Ordinary Time C Sirach 35:12-14, 16-18 2 Timothy 4:6-8, 16-18 Luke 18: 9-14 The Sunday’s Readings continue to teach us about prayer. Last Sunday, the Readings invited us to persevere in prayer. Today, the Liturgy invites us to have a proper attitude of prayer. We should pray to God; […]

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Tongue & Voice Than Hands & Weapons

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Come and See 29 29th Sunday Ordinary Time C Exudus 17:8-13 2 Timothy 3: 14-4:2 Luke 18:1-8 The major theme for the Reading of the 29th is that God will not abandon the faithful who are steadfast in prayer. We should never lower “the banner of God” which is doing justice and praying in our […]

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Not A Fighter, but A Wounded Soldier

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Come and See 28 28th Sunday Ordinary Time C 2 Kings 5: 14-17 2 Timothy 2: 8-13 Luke 17: 11-19 The Readings of the 28th Sunday invites us to reflect upon suffering, trust, and thanksgiving. The story of Naaman and that of ten lepers clearly show human sufferings. In addition, St. Paul also reveals his […]

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How Long, O Lord, and How Much More?

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Come and See 27 27th Sunday Ordinary Time C Hab 1:2-3; 2:2-4 Luke 17: 5-10 The first Reading for this Sunday truly comes from a human heart, a heart of despair and desolation. Each and everyone of us somehow experiences misery and distress in our life. Our cries for help seem to find no answer, […]

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Sin of Ignorance

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Come and See 26 26th Sunday Ordinary Time C Luke 16:19-31 The chapter 16 of Luke’s gospel reminds us of how money is to be used in an intelligent way and “how to avoid being led by it into catastrophe.”[1] There are two characters in the parable today. “The rich man usually called Dives which […]

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Who Is Your Master?

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Come and See 25 25th Sunday Ordinary Time C Luke 16:1-13 This parable from Luke is difficult to interpret. Does Jesus encourage his disciple to imitate the unjust actions of the steward? Absolutely not! However, “the version maintains that what is to be imitated is the steward’s shrewdness [wisdom] in the use of the possessions.”[1] […]

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