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Today’s Gospel reminds us of our dual citizenship. We are citizens of the world and citizens of Heaven. We have an allegiance and an obligation to each. We hope the obligations will never clash. But if they ever do, we must resolve them as Thomas More did, without compromise to our God or to our conscience.
In 1987, after winning the state championship coach Cleveland Stroud reported an error to the league and his team, the Bulldogs, forfeited its trophy.
Just a few weeks from now, we will have the responsibility of going to the polls and casting our votes in federal, state,and local elections. We will be rendering “to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.
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.
Our Gospel passage today ends with the words: ‘Very well, give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar – and to God what belongs to God.’
Commentary for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)
Bishop Robert Barron Podcast Archive 29A Ordinary Time (Year A) 2017 Caesar and God Jesus places everything in its proper relationship to God. But he also chastises those who are involved in power games. God is ultimately in charge and rules over even Caesar. 2008 Render to Caesar The Gospel for today raises the famously complex question of the relationship […]
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Today’s homily is from Fr. John Lankeit, rector of Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral in Phoenix. Thank you for joining us today!
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Join Fr. Scurti for the 29th Sunday in ordinary time. October 19, 2014
Readings for Mass
First Reading: Isaiah 45:1, 4-6
Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 96:1, 3, 4-5, 7-8, 9-10
Second Reading: First Thessalonians 1:1-5
Gospel: Matthew 22:15-21
Fr. Peter’s homily on the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle A) from the Conventual Church of Our Lady of the Angels at the Franciscan Renewal Center.
The Diocese of Phoenix broadcasts the Holy Mass live from Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral every Sunday at 9 a.m. on AZTV 7/13.
Here is the homily for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, celebrated by Very Rev. John Lankeit, Rector of Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral.
Mass Readings: http://usccb.org/bible/readings/101914.cfm
Fr. Bill Bried’s homily at the 9:15 am Mass on October 22, 2017 celebrating The Twenty-Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time from the Conventual Church of Our Lady of the Angels at the Franciscan Renewal Center.
Homily for Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time preached by Father Stephen Lowery, C.O. at The Pittsburgh Oratory
Homilies from St. Leo the Great Roman Catholic Church in Lancaster, PA – Pastor: Fr. Peter Hahn
Each Sunday at 6:00 a.m., FOX8 Cleveland broadcasts a half-hour TV Mass for the homebound Catholic community in Northeast Ohio. This video is the homily ONLY portion of the TV Mass from Sunday, October 19, 2014. The priest who celebrated this TV Mass is the Reverend Gary Chmura, Pastor, Our Lady of Peace Parish, Cleveland, and Pastor, Saint Adalbert/Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Parish, Cleveland, Ohio.
Each Sunday at 6:00 a.m., FOX8 Cleveland broadcasts a half-hour TV Mass for the homebound Catholic community in Northeast Ohio. This video is the homily ONLY portion of the TV Mass from Sunday, October 22, 2017. The priest who celebrated this TV Mass is the Reverend Michael Gurnick, Secretary and Vicar for Clergy and Religious, Diocese of Cleveland.
Homily by Fr. Michael DePalma presented by LoboCatholic.org serving catholic students of the University of New Mexico in the heart of Albuquerque.
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