Monthly Archives: October 2010

31st Sunday

31st Sunday October 31-2010 Zacchaeus the Tax Collector: Luke 19:1-10 What is conversion? Today’s account of Zacchaeus is an archetype of true conversion. The process begins by an earnest and relentless desire for a new way of living; like Zacchaeus … Continue reading

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30th Sunday

30th Sunday 24-October-2010 The Pharisee and the Publican: Luke 18:9-14 Jesus directs today’s parable to those who trusted themselves that they were righteous and regarded others with contempt. The Pharisee, in Jesus’ parable, stood by himself and thanked God that … Continue reading

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29th Sunday

29th Sunday 17-October-2010 Pray always without losing heart: Luke 18:1-8 Today’s Gospel is about the need to pray always and not to lose heart. Jesus shows us how to make this tremendous challenge our way of life. He gives us … Continue reading

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28th Sunday

28th Sunday 10-Oct-2010 Luke 17:11-19: “Then one of them, when he saw that he was healed, turned back, praising God with a loud voice. He prostrated himself at Jesus’ feet and thanked him. And he was a Samaritan.” Today’s Gospel … Continue reading

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27th Sunday

27th Sunday 3-Oct-2010 Gospel: Luke 17: 5-10 The Apostles said, “Increase our faith.” What is faith? Faith in the Bible is not a theology; it is not a creed; it is definitely not the catechism. Faith is a relationship that … Continue reading

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