31st Sunday of Year B
Fr. Andrew Ricci
Fr. Andrew Ricci is a Roman Catholic priest of the Superior Diocese in Wisconsin. He is the Rector of Christ the King Cathedral.
Fr. Paul Kelly
Faith Hope And Love 30th Sunday Ordinary B Episode 328
by Fr Paul Kelly on Wednesday, October 20, 2021
In this reflection for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us to go to Jesus, no matter what the crowd may be saying to us.
We were made for Jesus. We were made to follow Jesus. But sometimes the people in our life, the crowds around us, try to stop that from happening. Sometimes they try to discourage us, sometimes they’re angry at us for trying to follow Jesus. Maybe you can think of some people in your life right now who try to do that to you, who try to lead you the wrong way.
What do we do? Today let’s pray for the grace and help to do what Bartimaeus did: to ignore the crowd and focus on Jesus, to listen to Jesus as he calls us.
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Ep. 083 - The Son of Timaeus Meets the Son of David (Oct 24, 2021)
by email@example.com (Katie Patrizio) on Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Jesus makes his final stop before reaching Jerusalem, passing through the ancient town of Jericho. On his way out of town the cries of a blind man reach his ears, compelling him to stop. Our Lord's encounter with and subsequent healing of the blind man are full of Old Testament resonances. In our […]
Dr. Gerry Crete
Be With the Word is a weekly podcast from a licensed marriage and family therapist who delves into human and psychological issues that surface in the upcoming Sunday Mass readings.
Dr. Gerry explores the readings for the Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time and the idea of the “Self” as mediator. God the Father wants to restore the vulnerable.and broken to a state of joy and fulfillment. Christ is the ultimate high priest who mediates God’s work to mankind. By virtue of our baptism and calling we are also called to be a mediator and make a positive difference in the world by taking actions and exercising our gifts. The human “Self” has the unique ability to transform the world by mediating God’s grace and work.