2nd Sunday of the Year - God Gives Good Gifts
Release Date: 01/17/2016
The interaction between Jesus and the woman in the Gospel of Luke reveals the healing power of God's love when we receive the Lord's forgiveness for our sins.info_outline Daily Mass: Are we finding fault or fostering faith?
Life presents us a variety of situations - good, bad and ugly - and often we can be tempted to look for the failures and limitations of those around us. Rather than finding fault we have the opportunity to foster our faith as we seek God's presence is all aspects of our lives.info_outline Daily Mass: I tell you, arise!
The encounter between Jesus and the widow reveals the compassion and power of the Lord. Christ continues to reach out to us with this same loving grace and urges us to rise up in newness of life.info_outline 24th Sunday of the Year: To love without limit
The parable of the Prodigal Son is well known, yet when we reflect on the depth of the father's love we are challenged to live up to this incredible standard: to love without limit.info_outline 23rd Sunday of the Year: Take up your Cross and follow Christ
The Lord makes it clear that unless we take up our Cross we cannot be his disciples. Christ - who was victorious over his Cross - will give us the grace we need to face our own.info_outline Daily Mass: The Cross is a sign of God's love
John 3:16 is one of the most famous and beloved verses in the Bible. Yet do we believe that God loves us so much that he sent his only Son for our salvation? And if we do, are we willing to allow this love to reshape our hearts?info_outline
At the wedding at Cana the Lord's miracle of water to wine shows that God gives with quality and generosity. This notion of gift is picked up in Paul's 1st Letter to the Corinthians. These precious gifts - given by God - are meant to be used. Our invitation today: to acknowledge the good things Christ has given and put them into practice.
January 17, 2016 - St. Anthony Catholic Church - Superior, WI
Fr. Andrew Ricci - studyprayserve.com
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