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Entering into the gospel of Luke

The Baptism of our Lord – 2016

Luke 3:15-22

Marian Free

In the name of God who opens our eyes and sends us out to waken the world to its salvation. 1,435 more words

"When the fullness of time had come"

At St. Anne’s Guest Home, where I serve, we are privileged to have priest come daily for Mass.  Residents, Sisters, and visitors alike are thus enabled to participate in this wonderful Mystery. 312 more words

The Significance of Anna's Age and Lifestyle — Sixth Day in the Christmas Octave

Readings: 1st John 2:12-17, Luke 2:36-40

Whenever we read the Bible, it is profitable for us to remember that every detail is there for a reason. 600 more words


Christmas: a feast of God’s personal love for us

I think God must have said to Himself: Man does not love Me because he does not see Me; I will show Myself to him and thus make him love Me.

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Engaging the Gospel - Fourth Sunday of Advent

Fourth Sunday of Advent (Year C): Gospel – Luke 1:39-45

Because the Virgin Mary had just conceived Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit, her “visitation to Elizabeth thus became a visit from God to His people” (Catechism paragraph 717). 215 more words


Book Review - S Hahn, A Father Who Keeps His Promises: God's Covenant Love in Scripture

  • Link: Amazon
  • Length: 262
  • Difficulty: Easy-Popular
  • Topic: Biblical, Covenant
  • Audience: Mainstream Christians, Not-Yet Christians

Until recently, I’ve never heard a Roman Catholic preach before. Scott Hahn is quite an ( 2,993 more words


Our Holy Conspiracy & the End of the World — 33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time—Year B

A new liturgical Church year will begin in a couple of weeks with the first Sunday of Advent. As this Church year ends, our Mass readings (like today’s Sunday readings) focus on the Last Things and the end of the world as we know it. 1,645 more words