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Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Gospel speaks of Jesus’ relationship to Scripture. “According to his custom, he entered the synagogue on the Sabbath and stood up to read. They handed him the book of the prophet Isaiah.” (Luke 4:16-17). DIGod longs to meet people. … Continue reading

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Second Sunday in Ordinary Time John 2,1-11

Our Lady then said to the attendants: “Do whatever she tells you” (Jn 2:5). Our Lady was the first to know the principles of God’s action in human life. Lest the behavior of the servants at the wedding is like … Continue reading

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Baptism of Christ the Lord. Lk 3,15-16.21-22

Baptismal Commitments (Luke 3:15-16, 21-22)Actively live out your roles and responsibilities from the Sacrament of Baptism.Let us try to answer a few initial questions. Can a medical student sign a prescription as a physician? Can a military academy student be … Continue reading

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Sunday in the 2nd week of Christmas.

What does God want from us this year?(Jn 1:1-18)Let us reflect on our love for our neighbor. At the beginning of a new year, not only do we think about our plans for the year, but this is also a … Continue reading

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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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