Daily Archives: January 26, 2014

As dawn was closing the night

As the Raven pointed out in his post on today’s lectio divina, the first reading at Mass was from Isaiah and told of the Jewish people receiving a great light. The Gospel reading then tells us of Christ’s calling of the Galilean … Continue reading

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Lectio Divina: 3rd Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A

Leonard Gaultier Jesus Christ, Light of the World Paris, January 24, 2014 (Zenit.org) Monsignor Francesco Follo 1) The first call: “Repent.” In today’s passage the Apostle and Evangelist Matthew tells us that Jesus left Nazareth, where in hiding he had … Continue reading

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Conversion of St. Paul – March For Life: Homily by Fr. George Mary Roth F.I.

Fr. George Mary Roth preaches on the conversion of the great Apostle St. Paul, and urges us to pray for all those at the March For Life today (25th January) but especially for the conversion of the hearts of all … Continue reading

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