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Homily for the 11th Sunday of Ordinary Time Cycle B

Readings: Ezk. 17:22-24; Ps. 92; 2Cor. 5:6-10; Mk. 4:26-34

Last weekend, we were encourage not to look at the seen; the transitory and temporary things of this world, but to look at the unseen; the eternal and things of heaven.  889 more words

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may 20

beyond hot weather

some plants wither

some bear fruit

Morning Ku

Fruit

Leaders influence and lead ministries. How is effectiveness to be discerned?

The Pharisees asked Jesus to defend His actions and authority. They saw fruit of the Kingdom but rejected what they saw because “they” not “He” were in charge and “they” knew what was right. 200 more words

Devotional

John 15:9-17 - Go and bear fruit!

JOHN 15:9-17

9As the Father has loved me, so I have loved you; abide in my love.10If you keep my commandments, you will abide in my love, just as I have kept my Father’s commandments and abide in his love.  373 more words

Lectionary

Daily Mass: Pruning the branches to bear more fruit. Catholic Inspiration

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As followers of Jesus Christ we are called to cultivate a fruitful harvest in our hearts.  This not only means fostering the Fruits of the Spirit in our lives, but it also requires our willingness to be pruned of the spiritual vices and behaviors that keep us from God and one another. 15 more words

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