Today's Mass Readings

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Saint Ignatius of Loyola: Monday, Week Seventeen

The Responsorial (Psalm 106) invites us: “Give thanks to the Lord for he is good.” Always.

Exodus 32: 15-34 shows the need we have for something visible and present that we can deal with to

experience our relationship (interaction) with God and be assured of God’s relationship (interaction) with us. An invisible, intangible God just seems too vague, to...


Seek, See and Show the Face of God

Questions to Ask Yourself

If God offered to give you anything you desire, what would you choose? Take a minute. Choose. Done? Now ask yourself if what you chose is what you are experiencing (or showing) the most desire for in

your life now.

Ideas to Consider

The Entrance Antiphon promises “a home, power and strength” to God’s people. It...

Saturday, Week Sixteen

The Responsorial (Psalm 50) paints a picture of happy life on earth. It urges us: “Offer to God a sacrifice of praise.” But in the context of a community that recognizes God’s creation as “perfect in beauty,” his covenant as the way of truth and justice, and his fidelity to those who “call upon him in time of distress.”

Exodus 24: 3-8 is the account of the great moment when th...

Friday, Week Sixteen

The Responsorial (Psalm 19) reminds us: “Lord, you have the words of everlasting life.”

Exodus 20: 1-17 shows God ministering to us. Ministry is always communication in some form, and it is always, however indirectly, the communication of God’s truth, God’s love, God’s life to people. Here God is communicating to his People the “operator’s manual” for the human nature he gave us...

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