• March 27, 2016

    After reading this gospel reading it is apparent that God wants all people to forgive and be kind to all other humans. Jesus was sent to help us and we should realize that. We should preach the good news and help others to see him. For in forgiveness and kindness

  • March 26, 2016

    LK 24:1-12 In this passage from Luke's Gospel, Jesus had risen (on the third day) and the women from Galilee were confused and surprised when they saw that Jesus' body was not in the tomb. They were frightened at the sight of "two men in dazzling garments," whom I consider

  • March 24, 2016

    John 13:1-5 Even before the Passover, Jesus knew his time has come and he would pass from this world to heaven. Jesus already knew that Judas had been fooled by the Devil. At the last Supper, Jesus suddenly rose from the table and began to pour water into a basin.

  • March 23, 2016

    MT 26:14-25 In this Gospel reading, it tells us about Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve who betrays Jesus. It shows him taking the payment of thirty pieces of silver that he was promised by the chief priest if he turned Jesus over to them. Then, Jesus tells them to

  • March 22, 2016

    JN 13:21-33, 36-38 In this Gospel passage, Jesus sits at the table with his disciples and says to them "one of you will betray me". Of course, this statement leaves all of the disciples curious as to which man Jesus was speaking about. Jesus refers to Judas, for he knows

  • March 21, 2016

    Today's gospel recounts the days leading up to Jesus' death. The Jewish leaders were plotting to kill Him, as he threatened their power. Jesus lived out the spirit of the law, unlike the Pharisees who followed the letter of the law. We see a glimpse of Judas as well, the

  • March 20, 2016

    LK 22:14-23: 56 The people of Judea brought Jesus to Pontius Pilate accusing him of blasphemy. The people are were outraged that Jesus is referred to as king of the Jews and he does not pay taxes to Caesar. Pilate interrogated Jesus and proclaimed Jesus was not guilty. The crowd

  • March 19, 2016

    MT 1:16; 18-21, 24A In this Gospel passage, Jesus is about to be stoned for the crime of "blasphemy". When being accused of this, Jesus responds back to the people who are about to stone him with complete confidence. Jesus continues to say that he is the Son of God

  • March 18, 2016

    JN 10:31-42 In this Gospel passage, Jesus is about to be stoned for the crime of "blasphemy". When being accused of this, Jesus responds back to the people who are about to stone him with complete confidence. Jesus continues to say that he is the Son of God and he

  • March 17, 2016

    JN 8:51-59 In today's gospel, Jesus addresses the skeptical Jewish leaders. He tells them that He knew Abraham before Abraham came to be. Jesus even refers to Himself as I AM, God's revealed name to Moses. The Jewish leaders do no understand, or perhaps refuse to see the truth and

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