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Beauty of God’s Temple

November 27, 2018 Tuesday, 34th Week in Ordinary Time 1st Reading: Rv 14:14-19 Gospel: Lk 21:5–11 While some people were talking about the Temple, remarking that itwas adorned with fine stonework and rich gifts, Jesus said to them,“The days will come when there shall not be left one stone uponanother of all that you now […]

The widow’s donation November 26, 2018

Monday, 34th Week in Ordinary Time 1st Reading: Rv 14:1-3,4b-5 Gospel: Lk 21:1–4 Jesus looked up and saw rich people putting their gifts into thetreasure box; he also saw a poor widow dropping in two small coins.And he said, “Truly, I tell you, this poor widow put in more than allof them. For all gave […]

The Resurrection

November 24, 2018 Saturday, 33rd Week in Ordinary Time 1st Reading: Rv 11:4-12 Gospel: Lk 20:27–40 Some Sadducees arrived. These people claim that there is noresurrection and they asked Jesus this question, “Master, in theScripture Moses told us: ‘If anyone dies leaving a wife but nochildren, his brother must take the wife, and the child […]

Respect for God’s house

November 23, 2018 Friday, 33rd Week in Ordinary Time1st Reading: Rv 10:8-11 Gospel: Lk 19:45–48 Jesus entered the Temple area and began to drive out themerchants. And he said to them, “God says in the Scriptures: My houseshall be a house of prayer: but you have turned it into a den ofrobbers.”Jesus was teaching every […]

Inner Peace

November 22, 2018 Thursday, 33rd Week in Ordinary Time 1st Reading: Rv 5:1-10 Gospel: Lk. 19:41-44 When Jesus had come in sight of Jerusalem, he wept over it and said, “If only today you knew the ways of peace! But now your eyes are held from seeing. Yet days will come upon you when your […]

Buried treasure

November 21, 2018 Wednesday, 33rd Week in Ordinary Time 1st Reading: Rv 4;1-11 Gospel: Lk 19:11–28 Jesus went on to tell the people a parable. He said, “A man of noble birth went to a distant place to have himself appointed king of his own people, after which he would return. Before he left, he […]

Zaccheus and the Sycamore

November 20, 2018 Tuesday, 33rd Week in Ordinary Time First Reading: Rv 3:1-22 Gospel: Lk 19:1–10 When Jesus entered Jericho and was going through the city, a mannamed Zaccheus was there. He was a tax collector and a wealthy man. He wanted to see what Jesus was like, but he was a short man and […]

The cry of the blind man

November 19, 2018 Monday, 33rd Week in Ordinary TimeSt. Margaret of Scotland / Gertrude1st Reading: Rev 1:1–4; 2:1–5Gospel: Lk 18:35–43 When Jesus drew near to Jericho, a blind man was sitting by the road, begging. As he heard the crowd passing by, he inquired what it was, and they told him that Jesus of Nazareth […]

Jesus’ eschatological discourse

November 18, 2018 Sunday, 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time 1st Reading: Dan 12:1–3 2nd Reading: Heb 10:11–14, 18 Gospel: Mk 13:24–32 Jesus said to his disciples, “Later on, in those days after that disastrous time, the sun will grow dark, the moon will not give its light, the stars will fall out of the sky […]

As in the Days of Noah

November 16, 2018 Friday, 32nd Week in Ordinary Time 1st Reading: 2 Jn 4–9 Gospel: Lk 17:26–37 Jesus said to his disciples, “As it was in the days of Noah, so will it be on the day the Son of Man comes. Then people ate and drank; they took husbands and wives. But on the […]

The art of gratitude

November 14, 2018 Wednesday, 32nd Week in Ordinary Time St. Martin of Tours1st Reading: Tit 3:1–7 Gospel: Lk 17:11–19 On the way to Jerusalem, Jesus was passing along the border between Samaria and Galilee, and as he entered a village, ten lepers came to meet him. Keeping their distance, they called to him, “Jesus,Master, have […]

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