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12- Sunday B Mk 4,35-41

Let’s learn that we are the best critics when we take other people “for a show”. We can perhaps find faults in them that they don’t even have. Today we again feel like criticizing, of course, not ourselves, but the … Continue reading

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11. All -Year B Sunday Mk 4,26-34

Mortal, and show… You know it: It doesn’t work out if something goes wrong at work or in the family; no one is to blame. If something goes well, everyone signs up for it. Haven’t we also put it about … Continue reading

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10.Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B Me 3,20-35

In today’s Gospel, we see scribes from Jerusalem, that is, some more excellent experts, who commented on Jesus as follows: “Beelzebub” Truly” possesses him “and: “be cast “out evil spirits by the power of the prince of evil spirits.” He … Continue reading

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Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Years B Mr 2,23-3,6

If someone asked which day of the week we look forward to most, many people would answer – Sunday. It is a day of peace and well-being when we can devote ourselves more than ever to our loved ones and … Continue reading

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Sevent Sunday of Easter , Year B Joh 17,6,11-19

For today’s address, I was inspired by the address of my favorite author, William Bausch. Allow me to interpret his thoughts in a free “transcript,” which appealed to me and inspired me. I hope they will be equally inspiring for … Continue reading

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Fourth Sunday of Easter,Yeaster B

In every profession, there are people who make it a good name and those who do not. People are sometimes prone to think everyone is terrible after the bad ones. For example, we have a bad experience with a doctor … Continue reading

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Third Sunday of Easter Year B Luke 24,35-48

We about the wolf and the wolf behind the door. You must have experienced it several times. You are talking about someone, and suddenly, that person enters the door, knocks, or rings the bell. The one you were talking about … Continue reading

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Second Sunday of Easter-Divine Mercy Sunday Year B Joh 20.19-31

 I don’t know if you have ever asked yourself what hurts you the most from your surroundings. What hurts me the most is when someone doesn’t believe in me or doubts my abilities. That’s when I feel frustrated. Enduring an … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday B 2024

This is the day of Christ the Lord… The Holy Scriptures are rarely accurate. He tells the truth precisely as it is. It does not subtract or add. We remember the event in the Garden of Gethsemane when they came … Continue reading

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Fifth Sunday of Lent Year B John 12, 20-33

Today’s Gospel tells about a group of pilgrims from Greece who came to Jerusalem for the holidays. The news about Jesus also reached them; they wanted to see him. They were a group of enthusiastic converts from Greek paganism to … Continue reading

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