Sunday

16 Sep 2018

Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle B Click here for all content for this cycle Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle B

SUNDAY SUMMARY

Isaiah 50:5-9a  The Lord’s servant stands firm under enemy assault.

Psalm 116:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 8-9  Even in the snare of death, the lover of the Lord is free and alive.

James 2:14-18  Faith without works cannot save the one who professes it.

Mark 8:27-35  We may know Jesus is the Christ, but do we also accept his cross.

The inner word

The inner word

What’s in your heart?

To follow Jesus involves self-denial.

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Exploring the word

Exploring the word

The faith we profess

Before launching into a dissertation on what we should be teaching our children, we might take a moment to distinguish between catechesis and religious education. Catechesis is the work of preparing a person for a full and sincere confession of faith in Jesus Christ.

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In other words

In other words

The Sunday gospel in everyday English

Jesus and his disciples headed out for the villages around Caesarea Philippi. As they walked, he asked, “Who do the people say I am?”

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Homily stories

Homily stories

The sixteenth item

A quick run through the supermarket wasn’t the place Jennifer expected to learn a lesson in faith, but faith overtook her one Thursday in the checkout line.

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Homily stories

Homily stories

What good is it?

Paul-Emile Léger became archbishop of Montreal in 1950 and a cardinal three years later and was an active participant in the Second Vatican Council, but in 1967 he gave all that up in order to go to Senegal and Dahomey to work with disabled and impoverished children and those suffering from leprosy.

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Prayers

Prayers

Penitential Act & Prayer of the Faithful

My sisters and brothers, the walk of faith can be a difficult one. Let us ask forgiveness for the times we have stumbled or lost heart.

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Quotes

Quotes

Crucified inwardly and outwardly with Christ, you will live in this life with fullness and satisfaction of soul, and possess your soul in patience.

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