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Sunday Lessons

Where to find the God of the Living

Jesus shows exactly where — and how — life can be fulfilling in the Gospel on Sunday.

Jesus can’t resist an underdog

This Sunday, pay attention to three characteristics of Zacchaeus, and how Jesus responds.

Jimmy Carter’s second fall this month interrupts his plans to teach Sunday School

At 95, former president is still determined to hold class at Plains, Georgia, Baptist church.

3 Mistakes we make in prayer; and 3 times we get it right

Happily, the Church does a really good job of helping us find the right attitudes

Treat God like an unjust judge — and He will surprise you

This advice seems smarter the more you think about it.

We lepers owe God more than thanks

This Sunday we'll hear about three stages of gratitude. Which one are you in?

God of glory, God of the grind

St. Therese has an upside-down interpretation of the mustard seed of faith that rings true.

Jesus says: Be careful what you live for

Should we waste so much energy preparing for something that will be over in a flash? Or think longer term?

God wants us to ‘cheat’ Him out of His riches

To show that God’s ways are not ours, Jesus has to use exaggeration.

This Sunday’s readings define us with 3 Vs

We hear this weekend the Gospel within the Gospel, which distills the entire Christian message about a human soul’s worth.

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