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Sharing the Word for September 25, 2017 – Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time – Year 1

These narratives of return and restoration were written down later by Ezra, a scribe, and Nehemiah, a Jewish representative of the Persian king.

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Sharing the Word for September 23, 2017

To us as to Timothy Paul says: “Do what God tells you. Look forward to the final appearance of Christ. Be ready for His coming.”

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Sharing the Word for September 22, 2017

Those who use religion as a source of temporal enrichment are headed for ruin and destruction. Instead they should pursue righteousness and eternal life.

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Sharing the Word for September 21, 2017

It’s good to offer God our thanks for the gifts we have received through Matthew, and for the callings we have received from the Lord.

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Sharing the Word for September 20, 2017

In just a few highly descriptive words, the author of First Timothy offers us a whole theology of the Church and of Jesus.

Fr. Don Miller, OFM

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Sharing the Word for September 19, 2017

In today's passage Paul deals with Church structure by outlining the qualifications for the levels of ministry that existed in his time.

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Sharing the Word for September 18, 2017 – Twenty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time – Year 1

There is one God, one mediator, Jesus, and one redemptive act offered by Jesus. Prayer is to be offered for everybody so that the faithful can lead a peaceful life.

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Sharing the Word for September 16, 2017

We have all been sinners. We have been forgiven through the mercy of Christ. Glory and honor to God forever.

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Sharing the Word for September 15, 2017

Mary's faithfulness to her calling involved suffering. Jesus calls us to faithfulness also. We shouldn’t be surprised if that also involves suffering.

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Sharing the Word for September 14, 2017

The suffering of Jesus is the source of salvation. The cross is not just a symbol of death but also of faithfulness and victory.

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