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Mike Landry, lay Chaplain to Evergreen Catholic Schools in Alberta, Canada, reflects on each week's Sunday Gospel.

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Which is the greatest commandment?

Today’s gospel takes us to the ideal at the heart the teaching of Jesus. In his Sermon on the Mount, as he contrasted the accepted standards of old Israel with his New Law, Jesus warned his followers that their ‘uprightness must surpass that of the scribes and Pharisees’. It is not surprising, therefore, that the interpretation of the ‘commandments of the Law’ was one of the issues at stake in the conflict between Jesus and his enemies.


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Raising Saints
Katy Wyatt discusses various topics with young adults in a show designed for Catholic parents who desire to raise the saints in their lives.

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two Jesuits (Fathers David and Jonathan) discuss their take on the upcoming Sunday's readings for Mass. We hope these conversations will help us not only become better preachers but also help you prepare yourself for Mass.


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Heather is a Catholic wife and mom of 3 boys and a baby girl! She shares all kind of videos.

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The Catholic Star Herald, the newspaper of the Diocese of Camden, showcases the work being done in Catholic parishes, schools, ministries and communities.

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October 25, 2020

The greatest commandment

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NEW! Fr. Tony’s 8-minute Homily and Illustrations for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)

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“I will surely hear their cry”

Pauline Hovey (Catholic Women Preach) reflects on the Greatest Commandment in light of her experiences serving at the US-Mexico border:

EXCERPT — God, who hears the cries of the afflicted, the oppressed, the abused, the brokenhearted. God who hears the cries of the suffering widows, the aliens on unfamiliar soil.

How I detest that word: aliens. I have heard it so often with such negative connotations. To demean, to inflict hate and prejudice toward an entire group of people. But the definition of alien simply is “one belonging to a foreign country or nation.” And all of us know someone to whom that term applies – whether it’s grandparents, like mine, who were once aliens in this country, or the Jesus we worship who had no place to lay his head…

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“Did you ask a good question today?”
How a scientist's mother inspired her child to become a scientist
"Did you ask a good question today?"
Isidor Isaac Rabi's mother made him a scientist without ever intending to. Every day when he came home from school, she asked him, "Did you ask a good question today?"
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Missionaries of Charity Children's Home
In Calcutta, India, there is a children’s home named Shishu Bhavan (Children’s Home), founded by Mother Teresa. The home continues to be operated by her community, the Missionaries of Charity. A sign hangs on the wall of the home...

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What’s your love language?


The command to love requires that we understand our hearts and see the needs of those around us. As we draw upon the love of Jesus, may we pour out our lives with the abundance of divine love as we share our hearts with one another. (2017)

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Understanding Superiority Complexes

BE WITH THE WORDDr. Peter Malinoski and Dr. Gerry Crete

A weekly video podcast that delves into human and psychological issues that surface in the upcoming Sunday Mass readings.

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)—The Pharisees exhibited a superiority complex because they felt threatened by Jesus’ work, healing and teaching. Sometimes Jesus punctures that attitude to teach them a lesson, but this week He gently shows them the correct path. People who have superiority complexes are usually trying to make themselves feel better by belittling others. When we can understand what’s behind the attitude, it can help us be more compassionate and loving toward them. We can see them more as God sees them, in their woundedness.

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Communion of Saints
All Saints Day
Communion of Saints
The communion of saints proclaims one of the most ancient beliefs of the Christian people. From the Apostles’ Creed, we claim that we believe in the communion of saints. This does not mean that the saints are lined up to receive Communion from the Lord in heaven! Communion here means fellowship or sharing in the gifts given by God to those whom God has chosen.



The Gospel reminds us to care for and love the least among us


Today’s readings are extremely important, especially as we near Election Day. They remind us to consider the candidates’ rhetoric, track-records and policies, not solely political party affiliation. They also compel us to ask the questions: Who has shown care for vulnerable populations? Who cares about how we treat one another? Who promotes love? …if you are thinking of using Scripture to help you decide how to cast your ballot, Jesus’ message is utterly clear: love. Americans have been divided by rhetoric and actions fueling hate and division, actions that are in opposition to Jesus’ call for love. On election day and always, let the Gospel message of love influence whom you choose as your leaders. (2020)

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