Saturday of the Sixteenth Week of Ordinary Time

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Today’s readings There are a lot of pitfalls on the road through our spiritual lives.  We ourselves experience that all the time.  Making our confessions, we have a firm purpose of amendment, but it seems like the devil knows that, and so … Continued

The Seventeenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

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Today’s readings You’ve probably heard me say that these summer weeks of Ordinary Time give us a wonderful look at how to live the Christian Life.  I always say that the Scriptures give us a kind of “Discipleship Toolbox” that … Continued

Thursday of the Twelfth Week of Ordinary Time

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Today’s readings Some people say all you need to do is make a one-time decision to accept Jesus as your personal Savior and you’re saved.   If salvation were something magical that came about as the result of just saying a … Continued

The Seventeenth Sunday of Ordinary Time [A]

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Today’s readings Think about it.  God comes to you in a dream and says that you can have anything you want.  It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.  What would you ask for?  What is the one thing you’d give anything to have? … Continued

Thursday of the Thirty-first Week of Ordinary Time

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Today’s readings It’s all a matter of perspective – that’s true in most things, but most especially true in our relationship with God.  Today’s Gospel gives us a glimpse at that.  Jesus asks, ““What man among you having a hundred … Continued

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