Gospel Acclamation – 1Cor 5:7-8 Second Reading – Colossians 3:1-4 © Sequence Responsorial Psalm – Psalm 117(118):1-2,16-17,22-23 © First Reading – Acts 10:34,37-43 © The Faith Follow Jesus. Do good. Love justice. Be merciful; be a source of healing in the world. This is the way, of Easter hope believe in the way. […]Read more "A Homily – The Gospel of John 20:1-9 ©"
The Gospel of the Day – 2017.01.01 The Three Shepherds The shepherds hurried away to Bethlehem and found Mary and Joseph, and the baby lying in the manger. When they saw the child they repeated what they had been told about him, and everyone who heard it was astonished at what the […]Read more "A Homily – The Gospel of Luke 2:16 – 21 ©"
The Gospel of Matthew 1:18-25 © Gospel Acclamation ~ Matthew 1:23 Romans 1:1-7 Responsorial Psalm 23 (24) 1-6 Isaiah 7:10-14 1st Reading Isaiah 7:10-14 The Lord spoke to Ahaz and said, ‘Ask the Lord your God for a sign for yourself coming either from the depths of Sheol or from the heights above.’ […]Read more "A Homily – The 4th Sunday of Advent"
The Gospel of the Day – 2016.07.17 Sisters Jesus came to a village, and a woman named Martha welcomed him into her house. She had a sister called Mary, who sat down at the Lord’s feet and listened to him speaking. Now Martha who was distracted with all the serving said, ‘Lord, do […]Read more "A Homily – The Gospel of Luke 10:38 – 42 ©"
The Gospel of the Day – 2016.03.27 (Easter Sunday) The Empty Tomb It was very early on the first day of the week and still dark, when Mary of Magdala came to the tomb. She saw that the stone had been moved away from the tomb and came running to Simon Peter and the other […]Read more "A Homily – The Gospel of John 20:1-9 ©"
The Gospel of the Day – 2016.01.17 (Sunday) Miracles as Apologetics There was a wedding at Cana in Galilee. The mother of Jesus was there, and Jesus and his disciples had also been invited. When they ran out of wine, since the wine provided for the wedding was all finished, the mother of […]Read more "A Homily – The Gospel of John 2:1-11 ©"
In the Persian form of Mithraism (also referred to as Zoarastrianism); in Persia the priests were called Parsees. Outside of Persia they were known as the Magi. It is from the Magi that we have derived the term magic. In the Roman form of Mithraism; the chief of a Mithraic temple was called father. To […]Read more "On Jesus and Mithra, Part Six (Pages 13 – 15)"