Category Archives: HOPE IN THE WORD

Sunday Reflections

The Way To Peace

Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) In this world of competition people always talk about winning: being and doing better than the other; about their own glory: ecstatic that everyone talks about how good they are and that they are … Continue reading

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Called To Be Faithful

Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) Man cannot be defined solely and simply according to his physical and temporal qualities simply because they are visible, but particularly and especially according to his origin, his purpose and his destiny. He is … Continue reading

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Encounter With The Healer

Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) Ancient Egypt, represented particularly by its pyramids and the mummies, became a symbol of self-preservation. It was not surprising that at the beginning of their reign, the pharaohs started to plan their pyramids, on … Continue reading

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True Worship Through Observance of Commandments

Twenty Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) The first reading tells us that the wisdom and intelligence of the Israelites would be made manifest only in their observance of the commandments of God. The proclamation by Moses also was the … Continue reading

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Making Decisions Only For God

Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) To be a human being is to make decisions regarding small and big things in life, and to make them always in relation to events, people, work, family, church and country. Making decisions make … Continue reading

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Wisdom and the Bread of Life

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) Today, we hear again about the Bread of Life: Jesus come down from heaven; Jesus, the wisdom of God, who invites us to His banquet so that we may acquire knowledge of Him; Jesus, … Continue reading

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Fully Alive In Jesus

Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) The first reading today tells us of Elijah who ran away to the desert, not to commune with nature or to get away from the crowd, but to avoid the death threat of Queen … Continue reading

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