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Before faith came, we were held in custody under law, confined for the faith that was to be revealed. Consequently, the law was our disciplinarian for Christ, that we might be justified by faith.
But now that faith has come, we are no longer under a disciplinarian. For through faith you are all children of God in Christ Jesus. For all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ.
There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free person, there is not male and female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. All rights reserved. Neither this work nor any part of it may be reproduced, distributed, performed or displayed in any medium, including electronic or digital, without permission in writing from the copyright owner. Proclaiming the Word of the Lord - Homilies. Toggle navigation Proclaiming the Word of the Lord - Homilies.
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Thomas Aquinas Five Volumes. The theme of this liturgy of the 24th Sunday homily is clear and straightforward: we must forgive others if we wish God to forgive us.
We know how hard it can be to forgive. At the same time we know how lovely it is to be forgiven. Let us turn to Christ who taught us in word and example. Add bible quotes. Add Inspirational Stories. First Reading Ecclesiasticus Second Reading Romans The living and dying of a Christian, that is to say his entire existence, is for Christ and for others.
Gospel Matthew This contains the story of a man who was very good-at begging mercy for himself, but was very poor at extending mercy to others. Lectionary: Wrath and anger are hateful things, yet the sinner hugs them tight. Could anyone nourish anger against another and expect healing from the LORD? Could anyone refuse mercy to another like himself, can he seek pardon for his own sins? If one who is but flesh cherishes wrath, who will forgive his sins? Remember your last days, set enmity aside; remember death and decay, and cease from sin!
The Lord is kind and merciful, slow to anger, and rich in compassion. He pardons all your iniquities, heals all your ills. He redeems your life from destruction, crowns you with kindness and compassion. He will not always chide, nor does he keep his wrath forever. Not according to our sins does he deal with us, nor does he requite us according to our crimes. For as the heavens are high above the earth, so surpassing is his kindness toward those who fear him. As far as the east is from the west, so far has he put our transgressions from us.
Brothers and sisters: None of us lives for oneself, and no one dies for oneself. For this is why Christ died and came to life, that he might be Lord of both the dead and the living. Alleluia, alleluia. I give you a new commandment, says the Lord; love one another as I have loved you. As many as seven times? That is why the kingdom of heaven may be likened to a king who decided to settle accounts with his servants.
When he began the accounting, a debtor was brought before him who owed him a huge amount. Since he had no way of paying it back, his master ordered him to be sold, along with his wife, his children, and all his property, in payment of the debt. When that servant had left, he found one of his fellow servants who owed him a much smaller amount. Instead, he had the fellow servant put in prison until he paid back the debt.
Now when his fellow servants saw what had happened, they were deeply disturbed, and went to their master and reported the whole affair.Torch provides a new Catholic homily each week written specially for this web site by Dominican friars, and read by followers worldwide.
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Twenty-sixth Sunday of the Year. Fr Leon Pereira OP preaches on the parable of the man with two sons. Twenty-fifth Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Finn shows how the example of Christ enables us to overcome destructive envy.
Twenty-fourth Sunday of the Year. Timothy Radcliffe wonders how we can forgive seventy-seven times. Twenty-third Sunday of the Year. Br Joseph Bailham contrasts the way of Christ with our tendency to push people away. Fr Richard Joseph Ounsworth preaches about religion and politics.
Twenty-first Sunday of the Year. Fr Nicholas Crowe explains why the gift of the keys to Peter is a gift to all humanity. The Solemnity of the Assumption. Fr Peter Harries speaks of the consolation offered to us by our belief in the presence of Our Lady in heaven.
Nineteenth Sunday of the Year. Br Andrew Brookes preaches on the walking on the water as a source of courage. Previous 1 2 3 4 Website design by Colour Rich.