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SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—November 25, 2018 – Solemnity of Christ the King

John 18:33b–37 The Gospel for this great feast is the story of Jesus before Pilate. In this Gospel, Jesus explains that his Kingdom is not of this world. Jesus came […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—December 2, 2018 – 1st Sunday of Advent

Luke 21:25–28, 34–36 The Advent Sundays pave the way for the celebration of Jesus’ first coming at his birth in Bethlehem, his Second Coming at the end of time, and […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—December 9, 2018 – 2nd Sunday of Advent

Luke 3:1–6 In Sunday’s Gospel, John the Baptist urges people to prepare the way of the Lord and to make straight his path. Saint John quotes the prophet Isaiah who […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—November 18, 2018 – 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mark 13:24–32 During the next three Sundays before the end of the Church year, the Gospels tell of Jesus’ Second Coming. Although the readings may be difficult for the younger […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—November 11, 2018 – 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mark 12:38–44 This Sunday’s Gospel is a call for us all to share ourselves with others. The widow gives to the Temple two small coins that are significant to her […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—November 4, 2018 – 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mark 12:28b–34 In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus gives us his New Law: Love God and love your neighbor. This Great Commandment sums up Jesus’ teaching that love is what connects […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—October 28, 2018 – 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mark 10:46–52 In Sunday’s Gospel, the blind Bartimaeus had to make up his mind about Jesus without the benefit of seeing him. He asked Jesus for the gift of sight. […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—October 21, 2018 – 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mark 10:35–45 James and John ask Jesus a question that reveals common human ambitions—to be special, to be recognized, and to have privilege. They want to know if they can […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—October 14, 2018 – 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mark 10:17–30 In Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus compares the rich man to an overloaded camel—so weighed down with possessions that it cannot squeeze through a narrow city gate. The rich man […]read more

The Path to Sainthood

On Sunday, October 14, Pope Paul VI and Archbishop Oscar Romero will be recognized as official saints of the Catholic Church. Pope Francis will preside at their canonization Mass at […]read more

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