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- We must be very careful that the real point of today's first reading is not washed away in genuine concerns over what one can and cannot say [...]It is fortuitous that this passage of the Gospel is normally read near to the beginning of November when we have celebrated the feasts of All [...]There is a subversive humour in today's Gospel which turns upside down the conventions of everyday life: we see a senior tax official climbing up [...]A few weeks ago (22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time) we had a Gospel about humility in social life today we hear the Lord reiterating the message, but [...]Perhaps the hardest Olympic event is the marathon: not only does it demand strength and fitness, but it calls for immense perseverance and [...]There are many messages in todays Gospel: the power of God to heal, the compassion of Jesus for those in need, the fact that a despised foreigner [...]Faithfulness, faith and trust. These most invisible and difficult things are what God asks of us just as we, in our own way, ask them of those [...]Following on from last week (You cannot be the slave of both God and money) we see a practical illustration of what this means. The division [...]How easy to take the words of Jesus out of context: Use money to win you friends, is one of those lines that sounds strange to us outside the [...]
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