Seventeenth Sunday – B

Today’s Gospel, John 6:1-15, begins by telling us that a “multitude of people” followed Jesus to the other side of the lake because they had seen “the signs which He did on those who were diseased.” Thomas Aquinas observes that the “less perfect and less perceptive” followed Jesus just to...

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Fifteenth Sunday – B

Today’s second reading is from the Letter to the Ephesians 1:3-14. St. Thomas Aquinas observes that God is blessed as “God” because of His “divine essence” and as “Father” “because of his property of generating [the Son].” He is Father, of our Lord Jesus Christ, that is, of “the Son...

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Third Sunday of Lent

Animals were sacrificed in the Temple in Jerusalem. They were gifts of something valued, symbolizing the offering of one’s self. Coins that had the faces of the emperor or other humans could not be used to pay the half shekel temple tax so pilgrims needed to exchange the Roman coins...

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