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Trusting an illogical God This Sunday's Gospel reading shows us what it means to be truly foolish. We believe in Christ -- good! We pray -- good! We put time into our faith growth and we value opportunities for more…
What is the true wealth that Jesus speaks about in the gospel? The dishonest wealth such as money, possessions, power and the like are temporary, fake and passing. And if we are not careful on handling this dishonest wealth it…
Recognizing your own goodness Like the people of the Church of Rome to whom Saint Paul addressed the words we hear in today's first reading, you are full of goodness. Do you see yourself that way? Or do you think…
The heart of the temple You are God's building, says today's second reading, because Jesus Christ is your foundation. However, when we build our daily life upon this foundation without the bricks and tools that are from God, our construction…
Hate for the sake of love When Jesus says in our Gospel reading today that we are not his disciples unless we "hate" others and hate even our own lives, he's not talking about being unloving to anyone nor being…
Pray your way to peac As Christians, we claim that in Jesus Christ we have found peace. And yet, despite our faith, we live in turmoil, anxiety, and the inner struggle for self esteem and acceptance. When we don't like…
Eliminating wrong motives Today's Gospel passage raises the question: What are my expectations when I do good? In other words: What are my motivations for doing what's right? Oftentimes, we do good deeds -- yes even the Lord's work --…
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