Sunday Soundbites

Sunday Soundbite for August 30, 2020

For us, the challenge of the gospel remains real. We want to save face, keep from rocking the boat, avoid the embarrassment of taking an unpopular stand. But at what cost?

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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 and envisioned a relationship of mutual respect and responsibility for all in the Church community.

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Sunday Soundbite for August 16, 2020

In today’s Gospel reading Matthew relates a story that shows how a mission to the Gentiles could still respect the historical role of Israel in first hearing the Good News.

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Sunday Soundbite for August 9, 2020

The perception of the prophet to discern God in an unlikely place, and the courage of Peter to take a bold step to meet Jesus: Those are the qualities I’m praying for this Sunday.

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Sunday Soundbite for August 2, 2020

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

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Sunday Soundbite for July 26, 2020

It isn’t lack of money that usually keeps me from being as intense about the Kingdom of God as Jesus proposes. How about you? What’s distracting you from the Kingdom?

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