Monthly Archives: October 2014

“All Saints (Matthew 5: 1-12)” by Fr. Jim Willig

In honor of All Saints Day, which is celebrated on November 1, this Gospel Study is from Matthew on “The Beatitudes.” Fr. Jim shares the lives of famous saints and associates each one to a beatitude. Fr. Jim demonstrates how … Continue reading

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“The Heart of It All (Matthew 22: 34-40)” by Fr. Jim Willig

The Gospel for this Sunday is from Matthew. It addresses the time when the Pharisees try to test Jesus asking, “Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?” He said to them, “You shall love the Lord, your God, … Continue reading

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“Give to God What is God’s (Matthew 22: 15-22)” by Fr. Jim Willig

The Gospel this Sunday is from Matthew when the Pharisees tried to trap Jesus by asking him, “Is it lawful to pay the census tax to Caesar or not?” Jesus recognized the entrapment and responded by saying, “Why are you … Continue reading

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“Come to the Feast (Matthew 22: 1-14)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This Sunday’s Gospel is from Matthew. Jesus addresses the chief priests, elders and a crowd once again sharing a parable. This one compares the reign of God to a wedding banquet that a king gives for his son. A great … Continue reading

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“Respect Life (Matthew 21: 33-43)” by Fr. Jim Willig

The Gospel for this Sunday is again from Matthew. Jesus shares another parable about a man who owned a vineyard and allowed tenant farmers to take care of it. These tenant farmers decided they wanted to keep the land and … Continue reading

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