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Twenty-ninth Sunday B in Ordinary Time, Mk 10,35-45

Two essential questions for each of us: Can I talk about missions for a minute? As a Christian Catholic, do I commit myself to tasks?Missions are often understood as exotic. Regions far from us, such as Africa or Oceania. Half-naked … Continue reading

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Twenty-eight Sunday B in Ordinary Time

Wealth must not be an obstacle to salvation (Mark 10: 17-30)Have the right relationship with wealth in all areas. If someone asked you: Are you rich? What would you answer? One of those who own millions in less than a … Continue reading

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Twenty-sixth Sunday B in Ordinary Time

In the Slovak film Warn! is a scene where the protagonist slips a leg in a wooden trough, after which the lumberjacks lower the wood into the valley. The leg will squat, and they can’t pull it out. From the … Continue reading

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Twenty-fifth Sunday B in Ordinary Time

Jesus’ words lost nothing of meaning and power. They are still valid today. A person who is fighting for power, position, should not forget them. Being the first, something to have fulfilled and will always fill a person. Olympics, trials, … Continue reading

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Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Mk 8,27-35

On the way around Caesarea Philippe, Jesus asked his disciples, “Who do you think I am?” (Mark 8:27)The evangelist Mark recorded Peter’s answer: “You are the Messiah” (Mark 8:19), and we also read Jesus’ reaction to Peter’s confession: Jesus “admonished … Continue reading

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Twenty.third Sunday B in Ordinary Mk 7,31-37

Today’s Gospel speaks of the healing of the deaf and dumb, and the evangelist St. Mark ends with words about Jesus. “He does well: he gives hearing to the deaf, and speech to the dumb” (Mark 7:37). The description of … Continue reading

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Twenty-second Sunday B in Ordinary Time

Faith of the heart (Mark 7: 1-8.14-15.21-23)To point out the hypocrisy of God. Indeed, many of us have had a situation in our lives when, when talking to another, we felt that the person in question was not honest with … Continue reading

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Twenty.first Sunday in Ordinary Time B Jn 60-69

Who do I follow in life?Let’s re-evaluate the priorities we live for, which is the goal of our lives. If someone asks you questions: Who are you? What personality are you? How do you enrich the surrounding people?Indeed, you have … Continue reading

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Nineteenth Sunday B in Ordinary Time Jn 6,41-51

The Jews stumbled upon Jesus, for he said, “I am the bread which came down from heaven” (Jn 6:41). These words became a stumbling block to those who did not understand or want to understand Jesus’ words. Jesus explains the … Continue reading

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Eighteenth Sunday B in Ordinary Time

The crowd noticed that neither Jesus nor his disciples were there. So they also got into the boats, came to Capernaum, and sought Jesus. When they found him on the other side of the sea, they said to him, “Rabbi, … Continue reading

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