I’m back. There have been so many things going on in Lent that putting time in to think of podcasting fell by the wayside. Has something like this ever happened to you? Listen to what Jesus tells His Apostles to do after being sent out and working.
Some further reflection on the Lenten practices that we have been trying to fulfill. Today’s reading from Luke gives us some good things to think about.
Jesus said to His disciples, “Therefore, do and observe all things whatsoever they tell you, but do not follow their example.” Would He warn others from following you or me because of hypocrisy? Here’s a reflection for today on that topic.
Jesus tells His disciples that they will receive in the same manner by which they gave. This of course applies to us and how we give of ourselves, how we forgive, how we show mercy, and so on.
Is your love a love without limits? Here are some thoughts as we continue our Lent.
The reading from Ezekiel 18 is a great reminder of our need for change. What God says through him is that we cannot be living both or striving for both. We must be aiming at going down the right path and if not we need to change that.
What are Catholics really celebrating when they celebrate this Feast of Peter’s Chair? Can we respond to some of the things Peter is asked? Here are some things to think about.
There are times where all us have wanted God to send us a sign for something. All of us have had those moments where that would have been nice, but if we had signs confirming everything it require little faith on our part. Jesus addresses this in the reading for today.
The sheep will be separated from the goats. Christ talks to His disciples about service to others and how what they do or don’t do they do to Him.
Satan does not like when we try and change for the better. We take that away from the Gospel passage for this weekend. Jesus is being prepared for public ministry in the desert and close to its completion Satan shows up to try and tempt Him to become the opposite.