Monthly Archives: July 2022

Remorse.

Speeches, speeches, speeches… We listen to so many of them! Sometimes we are disgusted by them. We walk down the street and see all the enticements in the shops. Sign after sign, picture after picture… We get our minds boggled … Continue reading

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Misunderstood Jesus.

We are in a season of holidays, vacations, a time of rest and recharge, but also a time when, while resting, there is more time to reflect on things, events, and relationships that we have not paid enough attention to … Continue reading

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18 Sunday C in Ordinary Time Luke 12, 13-21

Take heed and beware of all greed” (Luke 12:15). These words apply to greedy capitalists and the cheap, “calculating” people around us, who ask at every opportunity, “What’s in it for me? These are unhappy people who see only their … Continue reading

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View of the fishing net

Sorting and picking is a familiar thing for all of us. In the material realm, we sort things, we get rid of the bad or worse things, we put them away, we destroy them… and, conversely, we keep the good. … Continue reading

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Treasure of the Church.

Let us remember how much effort it costs when we want to obtain, acquire or experience something valuable. Bring to mind the freshest memories of a holiday abroad. What all preceded it! The long hours of waiting, the walking, and … Continue reading

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St. Jame, Apostle and Martyr-

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Discernment on the way to God.

Discernment is an exceptional quality or gift. It is needed by those who manage, lead, and administer. Today, however, we are reminded that the believer is also to seek it. In the Gospel, the Son of God Himself, Jesus Christ, … Continue reading

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Something about contrasts.

Jesus told the crowds another parable: ‘The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and sowed in his field. It is the smallest of all seeds, but when it grows, it is larger than other … Continue reading

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A personal example is a serious matter.

It’s Saturday morning. We get in the car. Ahead of us is almost a hundred kilometers of road through mountains and valleys. We go in search of the forsaken who live without faith. How will they receive us? Will they … Continue reading

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Seventeenth Sunday C in Ordinary Time, Luke 11, 1-13

The disciples’ plea to Jesus, “Lord, teach us to pray as John taught his disciples” (Luke 11:1), is appropriate. Prayer must not become merely a Christian habit or duty. In that case, there is a danger that prayer will be … Continue reading

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