AD SENSE

18th Week, Thursday, August 5

 18th Week, Thursday, August 5

Numbers 20:1-13 / Matthew 16:13-23 

God blessed you greatly; You must keep his commandments

18th Week, Wednesday, August 4

 18th Week,  Wednesday, August 4

Numbers 13:1-2, 25 - 14:1, 26-29, 34-35 / Matthew 15:21-28 

The Israelites complain; The people wailed in the night.

18th Week, Tuesday, August 3

 18th Week, Tuesday, August 3

Numbers 12:1-13 / Matthew 15:1-2, 12-14

Aaron and Miriam envy Moses; "Doesn't God speak through us also?" 

18th Week: August 2-7:

 18th Week: August 2-7:

 August 2 Monday (St Eusebius of Vercelli, Bishop) 

Matthew 14:13-21: 

The context: Today’s Gospel describes Jesus’ miraculous feeding of a great multitude.

18 Sunday B - Liturgical Prayers

Greetings (see the Gospel)
We have been looking for food that lasts,
the true bread from heaven, Jesus himself.
Those who believe in him will never grow thirsty.
May Jesus our Lord be always
our food and drink for life,
and may he always stay with you. R/ And also with you.
Introduction by the Celebrant

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Indian Church should carry forward Stan Swamy's mission

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UCA Asia News - July 28-2

 

Indian bishop's promotion of large families sparks controversy

Pala Diocese's plan to offer benefits to big Catholic families is attacked for ignoring India's population explosion

19th Sunday B: I'm the Living Bread

  Michel DeVerteuil

Textual Comments
In this passage, Jesus again draws lessons about life from the feeding of the five thousand.
I remind you that all teaching of Jesus recorded in the gospels is intended to speak to experience, and we must therefore appeal to our experience to discover its truth.

UCA Asia News - July 28

 

Asian Church must walk with the poor

Too many Catholic leaders pay only lip service to the pope's desire to become 'a church of the poor for the poor'

Matters India - July 28-2

 


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