Solemnity of Christ the King

Sister Laurie Brink, O.P.

First Reading: Daniel 7:13-14 Responsorial Psalm 93:1, 1-2, 5 Second Reading: Revelations 1:5-8 Gospel: John 18:33B-37 ...

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Seasons of Prayer

Patricia Cooney Hathaway

The seasons of the year provide for many people an intuitive metaphor for understanding seasons of our lives. The lyrics to Frank Sinatra’ ...

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To cope or to hope

Mary McGlone

"The end is near!" One of my favorite cartoons about the end of the world shows the bearded ascetic with his warning sign, which says som ...

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The Widows

Pat Brennan

Whenever I re-read or hear the story of the widow in the first book of Kings, or the story of the widow in Mark, chapter 12, I am reminded o ...

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Authentic discipleship

Biagio Mazza

As we approach the end of the liturgical year, the focus of our Sunday readings turns to the end times and to what is expected of those who ...

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A communion of saints

Biagio Mazza

This year, Nov. 1, the Solemnity of All Saints, falls on a Sunday. The solemnity supersedes the Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time and off ...

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Jesus asks a question

Mary McGlone

Imagine it if you can. Jesus, the Son of God, the miracle worker, the controversial, dangerous teacher, looks at you and asks, "What do you ...

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Learning From Two Blind Men

Pat Brennan

30 OT (B) Reprinted from Oct. 28/29, 2006 The threshold of conversion happens in many different experiences of life: Grieving the loss ...

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The least are greatest

Mary McGlone

How often do we secretly find ourselves standing with James and John, hoping for the public recognition of being with Jesus in glory? Having ...

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With God, all is possible

Patricia Datchuck Sánchez

Have you ever felt that the challenges of being an authentic disciple are just too great? Have you ever been overwhelmed by Jesus' teachings ...

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