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Sunday Soundbite for September 20, 2020

Life often isn’t fair, and people frequently blame God for that. But in terms of Jesus’ story from today's Gospel, God’s fairness is different from ours.

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Sunday Soundbite for September 13, 2020

We all must examine our consciences. How often would you or I forgive an offense from the same person? “As many as seven times?” as Peter asks.

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Sunday Soundbite for September 6, 2020

Jesus' plan for dealing with someone in the community who sins urges us to begin “one on one,” so as to minimize the embarrassment or good reputation of the person.

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Sunday Soundbite for August 30, 2020

For us the challenge of the gospel rarely comes as directly as today's Scripture passages, but it remains clear.

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Sunday Soundbite for August 23, 2020

Matthew sees Jesus as a new Moses, who went up the mountain to teach the new Law. Jesus envisioned a relationship of mutual respect and responsibility for all in the church community.

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Sunday Soundbite for August 16, 2020

The missionary task to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth is still ours today. It demands the persistence and faith of the Canaanite mother who confronted Jesus.

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Sunday Soundbite for August 9, 2020

The perception of the prophet Elijah to discern God in an unlikely place, and the courage of Peter to take a bold step to meet Jesus are qualities we might do well to imitate.

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Sunday Soundbite for August 2, 2020

Our Sunday Mass nourishes us, prepares us, and even obliges us to feed the hungry who seek nourishment and healing.

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Sunday Soundbite for July 26, 2020

It usually isn't lack of money that keeps us from being as intense about the Kingdom as Jesus proposes we be. Rather, our humanness allows us to be distracted by other goals and treasures of a lesser value.

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Sunday Soundbite for July 19, 2020

No matter what obstacles it faces, no matter how small the efforts of Christians seem, the Kingdom of God will flourish.

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