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Our Stores. Results for - parts. All the latest offers delivered right to your inbox! We Accept. Shipping Methods business days Minimum 10 business days. We now make a smooth segue into Advent, because the first week of this liturgical season is given over to contemplating the second coming, as well. But for now, we are thinking about the return of Christ and the final judgment. R eading 1 Jer :. With the new liturgical year upon us, the 1st video for the Mass Readings Explained, Year C is now out for this upcoming Sunday the 1st Sunday of Advent.
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This is the last Sunday of the liturgical year. Each liturgical year is like a whole catechesis of the Christian faith, as well as a kind of microcosm of the entire life of the believer, from birth and baptism to final anointing and death. This week's video is now out. The new liturgical year starts with the following video "Year C" on the 1st Sunday of Advent. Subscribe now and view all of Year C. Catholic Productions' notable quote from this week's video: "Even in these contexts he frequently will throw back a person's words to them and get them to either ask the question or answer it for themself.
Where has the year gone?
How can it be so close to the end already? Yet these feelings are very appropriate for Mass we will celebrate this Sunday, whose readings encourage us to count time carefully, to be aware of its passage, to meditate on our mortality and the passing of all things, and to think soberly of the end and the final judgment. The Readings look forward to the final judgment. The First is Daniel This week's The Mass Readings Explained video is now out. Catholic Productions' notable quote from this week's video:.
Now, when you read those verses, your first move — the first you think of — will probably be the final coming of Jesus, the end of time.
The falling leaves remind us that our bodies will one day fall to the ground, and our spirits return to God Eccl. Can anyone face the judgment of God? Also, Year C begins with Advent -- right around the corner -- so be sure to subscribe. Year C, which primarily focuses on the Gospel of Luke, is when this series all began 3 years ago. And, we're re-filming the entire year! But, this woman takes her money and she makes an offering to God.
Now, was it a whole burnt offering, was it money for some gold for the temple, was it money for a free-will offering? Was she paying her tithe for the year? And, Jesus takes that moment and he uses it to teach the apostles that although the rich people put in quantitatively more money than she did, she qualitatively far exceeded them with her donation because she gave all that she had.
She gave the last of her living to God, and to the sacrifices and to the temple. The Readings for this upcoming Sunday revolve around the themes of love of God and perfect priesthood. Moses spoke to the people, saying: "Fear the LORD, your God, and keep, throughout the days of your lives, all his statutes and commandments which I enjoin on you, and thus have long life. Hear then, Israel, and be careful to observe them, that you may grow and prosper the more, in keeping with the promise of the LORD, the God of your fathers, to give you a land flowing with milk and honey.
Therefore, you shall love the LORD, your God, with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength. Take to heart these words which I enjoin on you today. Not just engaging in those exterior actions — although they are important — but rather making the interior movements of the heart and mind conform to the exterior worship.
So, that what is expressed is ultimately what God wants from us, which is our love. My vision is terrible. My glasses prescription is about Without my glasses, the whole world looks like a poorly-executed Impressionist painting. The Readings for this Sunday seem to be about physical sight on the surface, but on a deeper level point us to our need to see things through the eyes of God. Our First Reading is Jer :. The Mass Readings Explained video is now out. One of their numbers was a setting of Isaiah 53 adapted for choir. A few years later I began to face several severe family and career setbacks and began to slip into depression.
That let loose on emotional dam and I had a spiritual experience that enabled me to break through the darkness. Is God cruel? Why would he crush anyone, much less his own son? This raises the question of the mystery of redemptive suffering, which we will get into as we explore these readings. My latest video for The Mass Readings Explained is now out. You can check it out over at Catholics Productions. Catholic Productions' Notable Quote:.
First, the idea that Jesus is just a good teacher or a great prophet or a world leader of a religion has become much more widespread where we have this tendency to just look at religions as created equal. No one ever claimed that any of their deaths made up for the sins of all humanity. The 28th Sunday of OT. Very few of us want to die. Entire industries have developed around cosmetics, nutritional supplements, plastic surgery, and fitness gyms, all for the sake of staying young and staving off the natural effects of aging.
Along one of the roads between Steubenville where I live and Pittsburgh, there is a cyrogenics warehouse that stores the frozen corpses and heads of persons who paid a lot of money to be preserved until medical technology is able to thaw them out and cure their ailments. The desire to live forever is not new.
His answer is as relevant now as it was then. My latest video for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time is now out.
Check out the intro below and you can subscribe and get a 14 day free trial if you haven't already. Catholic Productions' notable quote from this' week's video: "I just pause on that for just a second because sometimes Catholics are accused of being unbiblical because of our focus on keeping the Commandments. And, the reality of the fact is that the authentic Catholic faith its emphasis on obedience to the Commandments is something that flows straight out of the teaching of Christ himself.
Marriage and birth rates in the US are at historic lows and continue to decline. The average age a person gets married in the U. Divorce rates both inside and outside the Church remain high. Only one-third of all children in the United States will spend their whole growing up with both biological parents in the home.
The vast majority grow up with just their mother, mother and step-father, or some other mixed situation. Does this have psychological and social effects on children? You bet it does, but no one is too concerned about the kids these days, unless faux concern for children can be used as a proxy battle to advance some identity-politics ideology. This week's video for the Mass Readings explained is now up.
Thank you. Catholic Productions' notable quote from this week's video: This week's video for the Mass Readings explained is now up. Because marriage cannot be dissolved by a human being.
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Because it is something God has joined together and made permanent, or, as we say today, indissoluble. And therefore whoever divorces and then remarries breaks the sixth commandment, the commandment against adultery. I absolutely despise thinking about damnation. The concept, it seems to me, is often used in a less than charitable and prudent way. Nonetheless, because I am writing a book on salvation, I'm forced to now think through issues relating to it.
I'm naturally inclined to their more optimistic view of salvation--wouldn't it be nice if in the end most if not all were saved?