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Sunday Readings

Why people of faith are the most broad-minded

This Sunday's Gospel shows us what happens when we're unwilling to go beyond what we think we know.

How Jesus responded to an “I want more” culture

2,000 years ago, things weren't so very different than they are today, as we learn in this Sunday's Gospel

What does it mean that Jesus was moved with pity? What do we make him feel?

The Greek tells us a lot more than our English word.

This Sunday’s Gospel tells us everything we need to understand minimalism

Have you yielded to consumerism? Are unnecessary extras hemming you in?

Do you know Jesus too well?

In this Sunday's Gospel, we see that the people’s "certainty" prevented them from seeing the gift that was being offered to them.

When our wealth, status, and resources are simply not enough

Illness and death are the great equalizers. This Sunday's Readings show how God is bigger than all of it

This Sunday’s feast is a reminder we need right now: God keeps his promises

John the Baptist is more than an Advent figure and Jesus' cousin. He's a model for us, especially today

Why we should trust and love, despite the injustices

The victory of the Lord is certain, but there is something for us to do ...

When have you been surprised by God? Or are you too afraid?

If we let Christ into our lives, we lose nothing, nothing, absolutely nothing of what makes life free, beautiful and great.

This Sunday’s feast gives us a moment to contemplate just how thoroughly Christ gives himself to us

He makes himself a humble meal that lovingly heals our memory, wounded by life’s frantic pace.

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