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SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – November 12, 2017

Matthew 25:1–13 In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus uses the parable of the bridegroom and 10 girls to tell his disciples to remain vigilant. The parable describes some of the girls […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – November 5, 2017

Matthew 23:1–12 In this Sunday’s Gospel, the Pharisees take the best seats in the house to show how important they are. They act only if it benefits them, but Jesus […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – October 29, 2017

Matthew 22:34–40 In this Sunday’s Gospel, the Pharisees are again trying to test Jesus. They were well aware that there are many laws in the first five books of the […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – October 22, 2017

Matthew 22:15–21 Nobody likes to pay taxes. That was as true for people in Jesus’ time as it is today. The Pharisees tried to get Jesus to take sides about […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – October 15, 2017

Matthew 22:1–10 The Gospel proclaims another of Jesus’ parables—the story of the wedding feast. A king sent his servants out to invite people to his son’s wedding. He really wanted […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – October 8, 2017

Matthew 21:33–43 In Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus uses another parable set in a vineyard that again represents Israel and its people. The landowner plants the vines and hires tenants to work the […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – October 1, 2017

Matthew 21:28–32 The vineyard in the Gospel represents the people of Israel. Jesus tells about a father who asks his two sons to go to work in the vineyard. The […]read more

Mercy for the Immigrant and Refugee

Sunday, September 17, 2017 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time Here is a link to this weekend’s readings. The readings this week are about the contingency of forgiveness. While we might […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – September 24, 2017

Matthew 20:1–16a Jesus’ parable about the workers in the vineyard unsettles today’s audience just as it unsettled the priests and elders who first heard it. It is just not fair! […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – September 17, 2017

Matthew 18:21–35 “Should you not have had pity on your fellow servant, as I had pity on you?” The story continues to sound fantastic, though we’ve heard it many times. […]read more

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